October is the month in which goblins, ghosts, and other frightening things are thematic for all 31 days, closing the month with Halloween. As a retirement planner, I would like to share with clients and readers some financial myths that, if you are tricked into believing them, can haunt you for a long time.
GILROY—In an abrupt and unexpected about face, Mayor Don Gage has reversed his stand to strip the Gilroy Welcome Center of $200,000 in city funding.
The financial planning process is not merely a matter of numbers. When you meet with a financial advisor to map out a strategy for wealth accumulation or wealth preservation, you may find yourself intellectually and emotionally engaged on a level you hadn't anticipated. It may actually give you a better understanding of what you want from life.
Carmen Medrano began working for the City of Gilroy’s finance department in 1972 as a part-time office hand while a freshman at Gilroy High School, as a temporary means for extra cash.
Voters in San Diego and San Jose overwhelmingly voted to pare back retirement benefits for city employees, setting the stage for a showdown over public pensions in Sacramento later this year.
Late into the evening at the end of a busy City Council meeting May 21, the council passed more than $1.3 million in expenditures for the coming fiscal year on account of predicted tax revenue increases.
Two former leaders of the Mexican American Community Services Agency who allegedly used employees’ retirement savings for school supplies, a salary raise, a YMCA membership, food from local supermarkets, computers, office supplies and other general operating costs are being charged with felony grand theft and could face up to three years in prison, Santa Clara County's District Attorney Jeff Rosen announced Thursday morning.
A parolee was arrested Wednesday after trying to pass a fraudulent check at a local bank, police said.