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IBJ Podcast: This is the number you really need to know to save enough for retirement
Peter “Pete the Planner” Dunn breaks down the factors you must consider when building up your retirement nest egg.Read More
IBJ Podcast: Pete the Planner explains what’s scaring him about the economy right now
IBJ columnist Peter Dunn offers advice for people who are in financial trouble right now because of the pandemic, those who are at risk of trouble and those who are likely to escape relatively unscathed, if not in a better position than when the pandemic started.Read More
Software firm Lessonly scores $15 million in latest venture funding round
The funding—secured before the coronavirus hit the U.S.—will be used to fuel growth across all segments of the company, said Lessonly CEO Max Yoder.Read More
Pete the Planner launches ‘affordable’ financial advice service
Peter Dunn has launched Hey Money, a financial help subscription service that targets “consumers who don’t yet have the wherewithal to hire a fee-based money adviser.”Read More
Save what you can, think twice before rejecting a job offer, protect your credit but protect yourself first and more from Millennial Money.
As work and home life meld, it’s difficult to maintain boundaries, stay productive and take care of your mental health amid the pandemic.
The move by Mayor Andy Cook follows a controversy in July over contracts for Grand Park Sports Campus and his veto of a city council resolution for review and approval of all Grand Parks contracts.
Our determination to make the optimal choice means we’re often plagued by buyer’s remorse as well as decision paralysis.
The “blank check company”—formed to acquire one or more businesses and merge with them as a way to take those companies public—closed its funding round in May and is looking for a business to buy.
A borrower who took out a 30-year, $200,000 mortgage in 2018 at an interest rate of 4.55% would have a monthly payment of $1,019. By refinancing into a 30-year mortgage with a 3.46% interest rate, the monthly payment would drop to $865.
Two out-of-state financial services firms have acquired the assets of former Celadon Group Inc. affiliate 19th Capital Group in a deal that will allow the Indianapolis-based company to continue operating with a reduced workforce rather than shutting down as previously planned.
Approved businesses will also be eligible for one-on-one business plan consulting through the term of the no- or low-interest loans.
Carmel-based auto finance company Coastal Credit LLC plans to end operations and terminate all of its employees by the middle of this year, the company said in a letter to the state.
Across the country, consumer spending—which supports 70% of the economy—is grinding to a halt as fears of the escalating coronavirus pandemic keep people from stores, restaurants, movie theaters and workplaces.
Over the last decade, years, the S&P 500 returned more than 13% on an annualized basis. A gain less than half of that may be more likely, both for next year and annually for the coming decade.
A statement on monetary policy in January helped set the tone for a year in which the stock market responded to every downturn with a more sustained upswing.
Ann Bingman, director of internal controls for the Carmel Clerk-Treasurer’s Office, will become the city’s controller starting Jan. 1. Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard announced the appointment Monday.
This week, Peter “Pete the Planner” Dunn and host Mason King talk about spotting the emotions like envy, fear and shame that can lead to poor financial decision making.
David A. Noyes & Co. has helped raise money for companies—including Indianapolis-based Digonex Technologies Inc. and Fishers-based SteadyServ Technologies LLC—by persuading its clients to invest. But such investments, known as private placements, are risky by nature—and Noyes’ clients have not always been happy with the results.
The legal situation is increasingly complex for Kerri Agee, who in March was indicted on federal fraud charges in connection with her now-defunct Westfield financial services firm.
When it comes to investing, not only do too many people misconstrue knowledge for skill, but beyond that, people tend to make a series of predictable mistakes brought on by inexperience. Therefore, even if you find yourself in the “I know what I’m doing” camp, you might not have the rest of what it takes to succeed long term.