Robert Cohan
4 weeks ago

Do you work for Google, Facebook, Snapchat or one of the many flourishing startups in California? Restricted stock units are a prime example of a financial incentive provided to employees of companies like these. When you have a non-traditional income from working at either a privately held or publicly held company, you may wonder whether
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Robert Cohan
2 months ago

Before you apply for a mortgage it is a good idea to compare interest rates. Shopping for mortgage interest rates is not your typical shopping expedition, but some research can save you in the long run. Even the slightest shift in your loan’s interest rate impacts your monthly mortgage payment and the amount of interest
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Robert Cohan
4 months ago

A new year gives us a clean slate and an opportunity to improve our lives. One of the best ways to do that is by improving our finances. Here are the financial resolutions that will put you on track to do just that. Get a Clear Picture Before you can make a plan to improve
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Jesse Collins
8 months ago

The Rise of the New Economy: Moonlighting in the 21st Century There are 53 million Americans working in the freelance economy. Of those, about 14 million are “moonlighters,” people who are traditionally employed but make supplemental income through things like consulting and freelancing. That additional income can add up to a pretty penny when combined with
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Robert Cohan
10 months ago

A mortgage pre-approval is a huge advantage in a fiercely competitive market — and that’s especially true in San Francisco. The Golden Gate city continues to grab headlines as one of the most competitive housing markets in the nation. Due to the high purchase prices, many Bay Area buyers require jumbo loan financing, and getting
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Robert Cohan
1 year ago

Many people are turning their former residences into rental properties instead of selling and it’s no surprise why: with the housing market still recovering, the demand for rental homes is increasing, and with it the cost of rent.  Could keeping your former home to rent out be a smart financial move for you?  Read on
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