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Tag Archives: finance

Financial Literacy Month: 30 Tips In 30 Days

By Ara Oghoorian |

April is Financial Literacy Month, and in observance, we shared 30 tips in 30 days to keep you financially healthy. Read the full list below. Tip 1: 2016 is not over. Contribute to your Roth, Traditional, or SEP IRAs. Tip 2: Install and use Quicken, Mint.com, Quickbooks, or some other income/expense tracking software. Tip 3:… Read More »

March ACap ReCap – Your Personal Finance Questions Answered

By Ara Oghoorian |

1. What is a SEP IRA?
2. Is the stock market overvalued?
3. How long should I keep my financial documents?
4. Can I open an IRA with my spouse?

Market Corrections

What is a stock split and how does it impact cost basis (your taxes)?

By Ara Oghoorian |

Chances are, if you invest in a growing company over a long period, you will experience a stock split. But what exactly is a stock split and how does it impact your cost basis, which is used to calculate capital gains taxes?

November ACap ReCap

By Ara Oghoorian |

1. How much should I spend on gifts during the holidays?
2. How do I go about setting financial goals for the New Year?
3. What is a stock split?
4. Does a stock split change my cost basis?

Wouldn’t you like a few hundred extra bucks in your pocket?

By Ara Oghoorian |

Have you ever found money in the pocket of an old pair of jeans, or your lab coat, that you had completely forgotten about? It’s always a nice feeling to find “lost” money, but there is a much bigger pocket full of money that you may be overlooking – your state’s unclaimed property list…. Read More »