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The Grocery Store Dilemma

I recall a trip to the the grocery store where I noted a mother with two small children picking up a pint bottle of bleach with a price tag of $ 1.69 when right next to it was a gallon … 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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Halftime Report 2016

As we enter into the second half of the year, our economy has been following a similar pattern as it has in the previous couple of years – a disappointing first quarter leading into a seemingly better second quarter.   … 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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Why the Financial Industry is Still Broken

I’ve been investing in the stock market since I was 13 and began working in financial services during my junior year of college. I’ve experienced the tech boom and bust, a real estate bubble, the great recession, and the largest … Continue reading

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Smart Credit & Debit Tips

Recently credit card companies across the United States have adopted the use of security chip technology to replace the outdated, less secure, magnetic swipe system. Historically, most credit card companies have been good about taking responsibility and resolving fraud, but … Continue reading

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Investing Basics for Beginners

Understanding basic principles is critical to making smart investment decisions. Although it may seem complicated to the masses, smart investing is not rocket science. In fact, the most important and obvious investment principle is good old common sense. It’s important to … 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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First Quarter Recap: 2016

When it comes to investing, patience is a virtue. If you don’t believe that, take a look at the major swings in the stock market from January through the end of March, then read some of our posts from earlier … 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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Vehicles for Retirement Savings

It’d be nice to have retirement GPS but they won’t be adding that to Google Maps anytime soon. America’s largest generation–the baby boomers–are lost and it’s going to have an impact on their retirement. If there’s anything younger generations should … Continue reading

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What’s up with the Stock Market?

January proved to be a difficult month for stocks. As a matter of fact, the first ten trading days of 2016 were the worst ever recorded to start a new year. Adding salt to the wound, the S&P 500 just … Continue reading

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6 Financial Thoughts for Year-End

For some reason the end of a year makes us think about things we need to take care of and good habits we want to develop. In preparation for the end of 2015 here are 6 key financial considerations to … Continue reading

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Needs vs. Wants

The end of the year is approaching and many of us are taking advantage of discounts and promotions. Throughout the entire holiday shopping season retailers compete for our dollars. Naturally this presents an opportunity to minimize the impact of shopping … Continue reading

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Changes to Social Security and you

If you were born in 1954 or later Social Security rules just changed. There was no public debate because it was tacked onto an emergency bill to help avoid a U.S. debt default and government shutdown. Quietly, legislators took away … Continue reading

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Dealing with Sudden Retirement

What if you were laid off and forced to retire early? If that happens tomorrow how would you respond? Are you prepared for retirement to start sooner than you anticipated? If you find yourself in this situation the first thing … Continue reading

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Keeping Market Volatility in Perspective

Summer has been anything but calm on Wall Street. Volatility is back in a big way and we haven’t experienced a downturn in equity markets this sharp since the financial crisis more than six years ago. While no one likes … Continue reading

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Exit Coach Radio features 1080 Financial Group

Bill Black, host of Exit Coach Radio interviews Stephen Rischall, expert financial advisor for business owners and co-founder at 1080 Financial Group, to discuss his firm’s method for working with multiple generations of families to create a comprehensive wealth strategy. The Exit Coach … Continue reading

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