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Category Archives: Millennials

Money Personalities

Over the years, attempts have been made to figure out just how money personalities work for different individuals. In order to understand how to target consumers for their businesses, the financial service and retail industries continually research differences in people’s … Continue reading

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The Investopedia 100

LOS ANGELES, June 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Stephen Rischall, Co-Founder at 1080 Financial Group, was ranked #9 on the INVESTOPEDIA 100 listof influential financial advisors. Investopedia, the premier online source of trusted financial information and services, announced the inaugural INVESTOPEDIA 100, a ranking of influential financial … Continue reading

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The Most Important Financial Concept

I recall many years ago at a Junior Wall Street workshop (yes I really did attend one in my early teens) learning from veteran brokers and traders at the New York Stock Exchange, and hearing them tell me that the … Continue reading

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Time to Get Out of Debt

If you are waking up at night wondering how in the world you will ever pay off debt and continue all of the regular expenses incurred day to day for 2017, it’s a great time to consider how you’d approach … Continue reading

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Fiduciary Education Better than Regulation

There’s been a lot of buzz in the media again lately about the DOL Fiduciary Rule. In large part, it seems people are concerned by the Trump administrations announcement to do away with it. Unfortunately, politics as usual, is getting … Continue reading

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Which is better, a Traditional or Roth IRA?

Let’s start with the basics. IRA stands for Individual Retirement Account and just about anyone can open one. In order to contribute to an IRA you must have earned income. Traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs have many similarities, but there … Continue reading

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Achieving Goals in 2017 the SMART way

It just happened again, 2017 is here and just like last year it seems that time is passing by faster and faster. If you haven’t already, take a moment to reflect on where you were the beginning of last year. … Continue reading

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Last Year’s Money Diet Resolution

The year is almost over and it’s time to take stock of where you’ve been and what still needs to be accomplished through the remainder of the year. More than likely you made a New Year’s resolution related to your … Continue reading

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We Treat Money like the Election… it’s Over

Ever realize how emotions can get the best of us? Results from the recent United States Presidential Election surprised the world and left many Americans in shock. Going into election day polls, media, bookies and the stock market indicated an … Continue reading

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College Roommate Food Fights

Whether you are heading to college this fall for the very first time or a returning student, there are always plenty of decisions – what courses to take, major, minor, how much to borrow, how much to work – but … Continue reading

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Going to College? File your FAFSA now!

If you are planning to enter college in the next year and you also want to learn what financial aid options are available to you and your family, you MUST get busy and complete the Free Application for Student Aid … Continue reading

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Yes, There Really is a National Financial Planning Month

Did you know October is national financial planning month? Probably not, but hopefully the title gave that away. Someone much wiser than I once said “a goal without a plan is just a wish”, and they were right! When asked, … Continue reading

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Do Your Money Behaviors Match Your Values?

When it comes to your money and other personal resources do your insides match your outsides? Strange question you say – what in the world does that mean? Think of it this way, what is REALLY important to you? Is … Continue reading

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Thinking of Buying a Home?

There’s a whole body of study and opinion around housing options and choices – renting versus buying is certainly one of the main considerations. And where to live is right up there as well. Buying a home isn’t for everyone. … Continue reading

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40 Under 40 Top Young Advisers

InvestmentNews recognizes Los Angeles’ top young financial adviser Stephen Rischall, Co-Founder at 1080 Financial Group, as one of its 40 Under 40 honorees. Stephen was selected from more than 800 nominations based on his accomplishments, leadership, and contributions to the financial advisory … Continue reading

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Not Motivated by Money

The other day I was meeting with a successful entrepreneur at his office, we had a great conversation about business and marketing. He’s a sharp guy and you can tell he has a lot of great stories, but then, midway … Continue reading

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The Road After Graduation

For years our parents told us “get good grades” and “do your homework”, we were lead to believe that would get us into a good college. Then we completed college applications, applied for student loans and went on awkward road … Continue reading

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LA Times features 1080 Financial Group

“If you’re trusting someone with your financial decisions, they should have your best interest first.” -Stephen Rischall   1080 Financial Group was interviewed by Jim Puzzanghera, an award winning business journalist for his coverage of the financial crisis in the Los Angeles Times. In … Continue reading

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Six Keys to Successful Investing

A successful investor maximizes gains and minimizes losses. Though there can be no guarantee that an investment strategy will be successful and of course all investing involves risk, here are six basic principles that may help you invest more successfully … Continue reading

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KNX 1070 Money Hour Interview: Millennials and Saving for Retirment

According to a new USA Today report millennials will have to save at least $1.8 million dollars to sustain their quality of life through retirement. KNX 1070 Money Hour hosts Frank Mottek and Charles Feldman interviewed Stephen Rischall, co-founder and … Continue reading

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