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A company’s quick ratio is a measure of liquidity used to evaluate its capacity to meet short-term liabilities using its most-liquid assets. A company with a high quick ratio can meet its current obligations and still have some liquid assets remaining.
Look at the calendar: The December holidays are coming. And fast. And that means the decorating, baking, shopping and gift-giving frenzy is about to begin.
It’s never too early to teach children the value of money. We do it with little ones as we watch them drop pennies and other loose change into their piggy banks, telling them that one day, those pennies will grow into dollars. We tell them money doesn’t grow on trees, that a penny saved is […]
The S&P 500 is a stock market index that tracks 500 publicly traded U.S. companies. It is a highly regarded barometer of the overall stock market and as investors, it’s important to understand its role in your portfolio.
Thinking about estate plans usually evokes an image of a wealthy family summoning their family lawyer to make sure their summer homes pass through to the children while evading taxes.
Savings Incentive Match Plans for Employees (SIMPLE) IRAs are a type of individual retirement account offered by small businesses with less than 100 employees.
Do you plan to retire one day? Maybe get married or go to college? How about paying down some debt? These are all reasonable and attainable financial goals.
The Arizona Supreme Court has licensed a new batch of entities to operate as alternative business structures, after the state loosened rules last year around law firm ownership.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Dan Pallesen and marathon runner Brendan Leonard offer their opposing strategies on how to make your way up the hill of life.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Dan Pallesen explains the science behind this year’s colors of the year.
Dr. Dan Pallesen, a licensed clinical psychologist, shares tips on how to change your brain with gratitude.
With Arizona’s unemployment rate hovering around 12%, it’s getting harder and harder for families to make it without turning to credit cards to make ends meet.
Clinical psychologist Dan Pallesen explains the underlying psychological reasons people panic buy.
It’s not all in your mind. The growing panic over coronavirus is real, and fear is a rational response.
The end of the year comes with a rush. As the clock counts down, you’re confronted with two diametrically opposed feelings.
Avoid overspending, under-budgeting and other pitfalls that can derail your financial well-being.
Dennis Shirshikov, a financial analyst with entrepreneurship website FitSmallBusiness.com in New York, manages a portfolio for himself, one for his parents and one for his two small children.
By the time you turn 40, the pace of your life is a lot different from what it was when you were fresh out of college or still figuring things out in your 30s.
Issuance is way up this year because it is a relatively inexpensive way for companies to raise money and investor appetite is high
Cryptocurrency experts remain bullish on the future of major cryptocurrencies.
Down nearly 1,200 points one day. Up 560 points the next. With the markets ping-ponging with such volatility, how worried should ordinary investors be?
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