Experts Suggest Investment Advice May be Best Left to the Professionals Most people who invest money and are purposeful about their retirement plans believe they have the basics of investing down. They may even consult with well-meaning friends and family when they are seeking outside guidance. However, some of the most common mistakes in inv...
One Way to Get People to Buy Less Bottled Water? Put a Fat Tax On It
The public should be able to recoup some of the social, ethical, and environmental costs of bottled water.
How to File an Amended Income Tax Return with Form 1040X
Instances in which you may need to file an amended tax return. Sometimes you find something after you file that should have been included.
Buying Life Insurance: What Kind and How Much?
Purchasing the right type of insurance in an amount that is suitable for your family’s needs is an important element in financial planning. This article will help you wade through the differing types.
How to Submit the Perfect Job Application: Advice From Recruiters
Want to make sure your job application gets seen, noticed, and called for an interview? Here’s how to submit one that will truly impress a recruiter.
Update: Stanislaus County deputy will stand trial in shooting death of Modesto woman
A judge ordered a Stanislaus County, CA, deputy Justin Wall to stand trial in the shooting death of Modesto woman Evin Olsen Yadegar following a February 2017 pursuit that began in Salida ended in Ripon.
Boating Tips to Keep Your Family Safe on the Water
With summer here, there’s few better ways to beat the heat than...
Cambridge, a $142 Billion Wall Street Gatekeeper, Cuts Staff
Cambridge Associates laid off roughly four-dozen employees last week as the pioneering investment consultant, facing pressures in that business, attempts to remake itself as an investment manager.
5 Things You Can Learn from Your Tax Return
There's a variety of things to discover from your tax return by reviewing each form and understanding the impact your taxes have on your financial health.
Why We Shouldn't Let the Sharing Economy Kill Zoning
The sharing economy is challenging the demand for land-use regulations, but they're still necessary.