An estimated one in five seniors has fallen victim to a financial scam, with only a fraction of such incidents ever reported to authorities, Los Angeles County prosecutors said Monday.
College costs and financial aid are playing an increasingly decisive role in how incoming freshman in the U.S. determine where to attend school, according to a new UCLA survey.
Just six months after taking office, the Los Angeles County District Attorney is declaring war on cyber crime.
At one time the largest mortgage lender in the U.S., Countrywide Financial was based in Calabasas.
A San Fernando Valley Congressman is backing legislation to keep the nation’s biggest banks from threatening the stability of the financial system in the event of a collapse.
The number of reported elderly abuse incidents is on the rise in Orange County, according to a report released Monday.
Police said Tuesday a San Bernardino woman and two other suspects were in custody on charges of plotting to have her husband killed for a financial windfall.
A major effort was underway Wednesday to protect millions of older Americans from falling prey to financial fraud schemes.
Dykstra, 48, who is already facing charges of bankruptcy fraud in federal court, entered the plea in a San Fernando courtroom.
In need of estate planning? Colleen Barney, Managing Partner at Albrecht & Barney in Irvine, has some good advice.
Los Angeles is part of what many consider to be the central passage to the Pacific Rim and all major financial markets around the world.
A new survey shows most college students may not be too concerned that they could be in for decades of debt servitude, despite the high risk of defaulting on their loan.
Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner wants to capitalize on what she calls “very high” levels of support for targeting the highest tax brackets in the state.
By Charles Feldman KNX 1070 Investigative Reporter LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Burbank resident Von Johnson, 56, is finding out what more and more adult children are learning as they navigate the often turbulent waters of […]
Mayor Art Barajas says the city will be able to meet payroll and does not expect any layoffs in spite of a looming cash flow crisis.