There are many ways to handle your 401(k) and IRA at the time you retire. You can take a lump sum, choose an annuity or roll the money to another retirement plan. Examine your choices before making a decision.
Iconic civil rights leader Dr. Xernona Clayton will debut her one-woman show, “Xernona Clayton: Living History,” on Saturday, February 2, 2019, at the Manatee Performing Arts Center in Bradenton, Florida.
In the week ahead, several regularly scheduled economic releases will be missing. The Commerce Department has been shuttered since Dec. 21. The department’s Census Bureau is responsible for collecting and disseminating a series of economic statistics. Durable goods orders and new home sales for December would normally be released in the coming week.
Data breaches cause tremendous problems, not only for the company affected, but also for its clients. Depending on the company, stolen data can range from relatively benign information to personal details.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 is the most significant change since the Tax Reform Act of 1986, and the changes go into effect when filing in 2019. Here’s what you need to know as tax season approaches.
Technology is trying to keep up with the Baby Boomers, now reaching 65, who are refusing to slow down. They continue working, traveling and living longer than ever before, making the golden years ever more golden.
The 37th annual Cortez Commercial Fishing Festival highlighted some of the difficulties that local fisherman face in the "changing tides." The event still stuck to its traditional roots by providing lots of food, entertainment and education.