U.S. Treasury Department Launches 'myRA' Retirement Savings PlanThe U.S. Treasury Department has come up with a risk-free way to assist citizens who are without a 401K or retirement plan through their jobs.
$600K Linked To Loomis Armored Truck Heist Found Buried In Fontana BackyardHundreds of thousands of dollars believed to have been stolen in a Loomis Armored truck heist was dug up Wednesday at a Fontana backyard, FBI officials said.
Disneyland At Center Of Debate Over Hefty Tax Break Related To $1B Investment
Dreams Up In Smoke: Aspiring Actress Gets Caught Up In Pot-Smuggling Plot
David Goldstein Investigation: Scammers Using 'Mega Millions' To Swindle ElderlyWhile most people dream of winning the Mega Millions lottery, for some people targeted by scammers, the dream is too good to be true.
Angry Former PennySaver Workers Hold Raucous Protest Outside Company Headquarters In Century City"We can't pay our bills, we live pay check to pay check," Ester Mendoza said.
U.S. Census Study: Women Make More Than Men In InglewoodA recent study put out by the U.S. Census Bureau revealed that women make significantly more than men here in Southern California.
Tax Professional Gail Rosen's Advise On How To Fully Prepare For Tax SeasonTax professional Gail Rosen, CPA, shares her secrets for making tax season as painless as possible.
Calif. Schools Bid For $50M Prize To Shorten Degree Path For StudentsA $50 million competition was underway Monday among dozens of California universities and community colleges to come up with new approaches to help student earn degrees in less time.
$6 Billion In Unclaimed Money Held By State, Available To Millions Of Residents$6 billion worth of unclaimed money and property now sits with the state, and people are able to check if some of their unclaimed money is included.
How To Max Out Your Social SecurityHow does getting more money sound? Laurence Kotlikoff, Philip Moeller and Paul Solomon have three tips for getting the most out of your social security.
2 Pasadena City Executives Fired After $6.4M Embezzlement SchemeTwo Pasadena Department of Public Works executives were fired after nearly $6.5 million were embezzled from a fund they oversaw, it was announced Tuesday.