4/25/2016 03:48 p.m.
April is Financial Literacy Month. Unlike the tax filing deadline that recently passed, financial literacy, or tax planning, is not a once-a-year activity. Rather it is something requiring constant attention.
4/13/2016 07:13 a.m.
The Fermanian Business & Economic Institute at Point Loma Nazarene University recently issued the 2016 economic outlook report. Chief economist Lynn Reaser offered a rosy (albeit cautious) forecast for the San Diego economy, slightly higher interest rates and expanded hiring. Additionally, the report included a small segment on action steps for students and millennials in 2016. I thought the comments were of interest and worth sharing with others.
3/31/2016 02:14 p.m.
Financial literacy means understanding and being able to analyze financial matters and opportunities—such as how to earn, manage, spend, invest and donate money.
3/01/2016 01:13 p.m.
As the legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden believed: “Failing to prepare, is preparing to fail.” This famed basketball coach’s adage especially holds true for those looking to foster a financially healthy lifestyle. And one thing that almost anyone needs to prepare for is the expense of buying a vehicle. Vehicles can be hefty life expenditures, so it’s imperative to prepare by knowing the full scope of the costs associated with buying and owning a vehicle, building a car budget and doing your research to ensure you get the best deal.