Fiscal Policy refers to the tactics used by a central government to influence the nation’s economy, whether by setting tax and/or spending policies.
Fiscal policy is related to monetary policy, in that they are both aimed to either boost an economy or temper growth to avoid overheating. A fiscal policy conducive to growth would aim to have low taxes and higher level of spending.
When a government invokes “austerity” measures, it means they are trying to cut spending most likely to reel-in budget deficits or overall debt levels.
Undoubtedly, the biggest hoax in the history of the market is credited to Bernard Madoff, who made off over $10 billion
If your portfolio isn’t growing enough for your liking, you might need to take on more risk or change your management co.
Paying off debt depends on a variety of factors, like your payment schedule, the principal amount, and interest rates
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is a govt. agency which polices the practices of the securities industry
Consumer Staples are generally defined as companies that sell goods with inelastic demand
Corporate earnings are an important metric for companies & the whole economy because it shows the amount of money earned
The Adaptive Market Hypothesis uses theories of behavioral economics to update the aging Efficient Market Hypothesis
Acquiring technologies to abate their environmental impact, and the overhead of such projects is called Abatement Cost
Sources of retirement plan income, such as pensions, annuities, and IRAs, will be associated with a 1099-R filing
Form 706 is the Estate Tax return, and it has a section concerning Generation-Skipping Transfers. 706 GS (d) specifically