finance

Willing to go that extra mile together

Going the extra mile has become second nature for Rocklin alumnus and Roseville resident, Tim Tollefson, who recently overcame a staph infection to compete in his first U.S. Olympi ...

Systematic investing can smooth “bumps in the road”

In the investment world, there aren’t many certainties, but here’s one of them: prices will always go up and down. As an individual investor, you can’t do anything about th ...

Smart financial moves can help brighten the holiday season

If you’re like many people, you’re watching your dollars extra carefully this year as you do your holiday shopping. And that’s a good thing, because even in the best of tim ...

What you should do with 401k after layoff

As you’re no doubt aware, the long and deep recession has resulted in the highest unemployment rate in decades. But if you’ve been laid off, or if you fear a layoff may soon ...

Do you have enough life insurance — and the right type?

September has been designated as Life Insurance Awareness Month — so you may want to take this opportunity to learn more about your life insurance needs and determine if you’re ...

Have your parents made their financial plans?

As an adult, you’re fortunate if you still have your parents. However, as they get older, you may have to assist them in some key areas of their life. Specifically, they may need ...

Five reasons to be bullish about the markets

During a long downturn in the financial markets, it’s hard for some people to be cheerful about their prospects for investment success. And that’s not surprising, because a dai ...

McClintock trails Brown in 4th District congressional campaign cash

A bruising primary has left Republican Tom McClintock’s funding cupboard relatively bare compared with Democrat Charlie Brown’s in the 4th District congressional race to succee ...