The unified tax reform framework rolled out by President Trump and the GOP on Wednesday is chock-full of politically charged ideas. But one populist pitch could be to make a tax return simple enough to file via a postcard. Read on here.
In just three weeks, the United States has been been by two ferocious hurricanes. Hurricane-damage isn’t something Michiganders have to worry about, but it’s good to still have a disaster plan for you and your family.
As downgraded-to-a-tropical-depression Harvey moves across the country, the damage in its wake has left at least 32 people dead and displaced more than 32,000 Gulf Coast residents.
Also in the storm’s wake: a financial services industry that seems eager to help in any way possible.
A 53-year-old Massachusetts woman is the sole winner of Wednesday’s $758.7 million Powerball jackpot. Mavis Wanczyk has already quit her job. According to financial advice experts, she’s made a couple of poor decisions, too.
Let’s say the next lucky winner is you. How would you handle that incredible amount of money? What would you do? After the initial elation, it’s pretty obvious that sort of windfall would bring enormous complications into you life, and even some risks.
Two weeks ago, Ford Motor Company offered buyouts to 15,000 salaried employees. Some of those employees have until the end of this week to decide if they’ll be taking the buyout.
Leon LaBrecque, CEO of LJPR Financial Advisors, joined Fox 2 Detroit’s Money Monday to break down the numbers for us. You can hear his advice in the video here.