Prominent father and daughter money experts are teaming up to give timely advice on surviving this economy.
Grant Cardone visited KCAL9 Wednesday to discuss his book, Sell or Be Sold: How to Get Your Way in Business and in Life.
As gas prices rose quickly this year, Angelenos took to public transportation in higher numbers, according to ridership data released Friday by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
The sale is filled with 600 family consignors and over 80,000 brand name, high-quality items, including clothes, bikes, books, furniture and even maternity clothing.
Pet adoptions were up 25% last year, according to the SPCA – LA, but at the same time they’ve also taken in more animals because families have lost jobs and homes.
Extreme couponers listen up! Teri Gault, founder of The Grocery Game, has her top 10 saving tips for 2012.
Consumers keeping a tight hold on their wallets in 2011 now have an opportunity to loosen up, at a discount.
Will Smayda from Merrill Edge visited KCAL9 Monday to talk about retirement plans for 2012. Smayda shared new developments that can help investors better prepare for retirement.
Gabe Albarian visited the KCAL 9 studios Thursday to share some smart banking tips for the new year!
Larry Palmer from Morgan Stanley Smith Barney visited the KCAL 9 studios Thursday to talk about financial resolutions and building a checklist to make sure your money is right in the new year.
Experts say organizing finances each month is one resolution that could help your pocketbook as you start the new year.
If your high school senior is college-bound this coming fall you have nine months to figure out how to pay for it.
Speed reading expert Howard Berg visited the KCAL 9 studios Monday to discuss how learning to speed read can help you survive this economy.
Parents weary (and wary) of holiday toy shopping have never appreciated a child’s ability to play with something a few times and then become bored with it.
Every kid has said it. “I want that.”