Money Archive

Title Issue
Be Your Own Boss

Be Your Own Boss

And Three Local Success Stories.

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February 2014
Pay Up

Pay Up

Asking the boss for a raise is never easy, no matter how well it’s deserved.

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August 2013
Spend Wisely

Spend Wisely

Make the Most of Your Tax Return

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February 2013
Estate Planning

Estate Planning

Estate planning is necessary for each of us. Nearly everyone has some person or properties that will need tending to after they no longer can.

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August 2012
Show Me the Money

Show Me the Money

Even if you end up owing money to the government, there are ways to reduce your liability.

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February 2012
Financial Freedom?

Financial Freedom?

The worst thing you can do is put off a bankruptcy that, in the end, was inevitable. “As soon as someone realizes they can’t pay their debts, they need to act,” says Sarah Litchney, CEO of the Litchney Law Firm, which specializes in bankruptcy filings.

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August 2011
Retirement

Retirement

Are You Ready? Whether you plan to retire tomorrow or in 30 years, you can never be too prepared for your life after work.

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February 2011
Coupons

Coupons

There is a huge portion of our population that uses coupons and saves real money doing so.

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August 2010
6 Ways to Save

6 Ways to Save

In 2010, however, we’ve still got a few economic bumps to endure, particularly in California where budget deficits seem to inexorably lead to new taxes. Couple that with predictions of more new taxes from the federal government and the temptation is to just grab your money and bury it in the backyard. Fortunately, the experts have some better advice. Here are six ways to save this year:

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February 2010
Pinching Pennies

Pinching Pennies

Any discussion on how to make extra money has to start with Ben Franklin’s maxim, “A penny saved is a penny earned.”

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September 2009