Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner wants to capitalize on what she calls “very high” levels of support for targeting the highest tax brackets in the state.
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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.
The Federal Reserve plans to release documents on Thursday identifying financial companies that received Fed loans to survive the financial crisis.
Peter Guber, film producer and executive, shares his winning tips to getting the most out of whatever you do in life.
Ken Winans looks at the impact Egypt and other foreign political developments could have on U.S. markets.
Some suggestions: decide once and for all what’s “Yours,” “Mine,” and “Ours”, and cut down on how much you’ll give to Uncle Same by preparing your tax return as “married filing jointly”.
Everybody knows the love of money is the root of all evil, but a new study suggests Americans may love their money even more than their spouse.
The top financial official in LA County says he’s worried some of the most vulnerable families in the county will be hardest hit by the new budget plan.
A standoff with officers over financial disclosure forms won’t affect the department’s response ability, according to LAPD Chief Charlie Beck.
Waters, a senior Democrat on the House Financial Services Committee, said the settlement “may amount to a backdoor bailout that props up the bank at the expense of taxpayers”.
Both the city’s mayor and police chief the need to maintain 9,963 police officers as Los Angeles faces a huge cash crunch.
As millions of Southland college students get set to head back to school, the heads of all three California school systems have issued a dire warning.