Posts Tagged ‘interest’
Morning Market Commentary for Q1 2022
We mentioned a couple of quarters ago that volatility was beginning to make its way back into this market. The evidence is now clear. There is no denying that this past quarter was one of the most volatile in recent years. There were many factors that stirred the pot this quarter. Turning the calendar is…Read More
When Must I Report the Interest from Series EE Savings Bonds on my Tax Form?
The interest that your savings bonds earn, regardless of whether you receive it, is subject to federal income tax, but not to state and local income tax. It is also subject to any federal estate, gift, and excise taxes as well as any state estate or inheritance taxes. Using the money from Series EE savings bonds for higher education…Read More
Student Loan Relief Extended Through End of Year
In March 2020, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which provided a six-month automatic payment suspension on federal student loans through September 30, 2020. In August, the president signed a memorandum to extend federal student loan relief through December 31, 2020. What does this mean for student loan borrowers? All…Read More