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  • Business Owners: Paycheck Protection Program Update

    (Tuesday, April 7, 2020, 8 p.m. EST) -- For business owners who have not yet submitted an application for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) financial assistance from the U.S. Government, there's good news and bad.


  • Business Owner Alert: Paycheck Protection Program

    (Thursday, April 1, 2020, 4 p.m. EST) - A cornerstone of the U.S. Government response to the economic crisis caused by the pandemic is the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), a history-making $2.2 trillion law that just went into effect. With almost no strings attached, CARES extends financial support to business owners in need under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). 


  • Amid The Coronavirus Crisis, Nine Tax And Investment Tips

    (Tuesday, March 24, 2020, 7:30 p.m. EST) The stock market lost about a third of its value before rebounding 9.4% today on news that Congress was closer to an agreement on a $2 trillion economic stimulus package. The coronavirus crisis has reshaped the financial economic landscape and the situation is changing fast. Here are nine financial focal points for your immediate consideration.


  • How Much Lower Can Stocks Go?

    March 18, 2020 - No one knows if stock prices bottomed today or if they could go lower. We do know that profits ultimately drive stock prices. So here's the picture of 2020 and 2021 profit expectations in the context of recent market panics.


  • Coronavirus Fear And Investing For The Long Run

    Seeing the stock market plunge on news about Covid-19 is unnerving but is not so unusual. It's human nature to get worried amid a market plunge and think this is the plunge from which there is no recovery.


  • Harsh Truth: Covid-19 Correction Is A Tax Planning Opportunity

    March 3, 2020 - (FINANCIAL ADVISOR NEWS SERVICE) The human toll of Covid-19, in sickness, suffering, and death is incalculable. Preliminarily, CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta says Covid-19 transmission rate is about the same as the common flu but 20 times more likely to be fatal. The ultimate toll remains unimaginable.


  • Financial Fears Over Coronavirus

    A thousand-point drop just isn't what it used to be. When the Dow traded at 20,000 about three years ago, a 1000 point decline was a 5% loss. With the widely-watched index recently breaking 30,000, a 1,000-point decline is a 3.3% loss. A decade ago, the Dow traded at 10,000 and a 1000-point drop was equivalent to a 10% loss in value. So discount the frightening reports about point drops.


  • Don't Be Deceived By New Tax Law's Name

    With tens of millions of Americans desperately seeking security in retirement, Uncle Sam should have been more careful about how he named the new tax law, known as the SECURE Act. Instead of co-opting the names of federal laws for marketing purposes, the U.S. government should be able to figure out how to name a new law that skirts the standards in federal truth-in-advertising regulations.


  • China Poses A Hidden Risk For Many 401(k)s

    The coronavirus has focused renewed attention to the risk of investing in China, but China may pose a hidden risk to retirement investors holding emerging markets funds.


  • Growth Of The Consumer Class And The Investment Outlook

    Whatever your views on income inequality, the trend toward a larger and wealthier middle class is good for consumer spending, which drives 70% of the economy. For investors, that's positively fundamental.


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