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June 20, 2021

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Haunting myths that bring financial fears

October is the month in which goblins, ghosts, and other frightening things are thematic for all 31 days, closing the month with Halloween. As a retirement planner, I would like to share with clients and readers some financial myths that, if you are tricked into believing them, can haunt you for a long time.

What to bring to meeting with financial advisor

The financial planning process is not merely a matter of numbers. When you meet with a financial advisor to map out a strategy for wealth accumulation or wealth preservation, you may find yourself intellectually and emotionally engaged on a level you hadn't anticipated. It may actually give you a better understanding of what you want from life.

Hollister police union endorses sales tax measure

The Hollister Police Officers Association voted June 25 to officially endorse an extension of the city’s general fund sales tax. The vote came two weeks after the Hollister Fire Fighters Union voted to pursue a public safety tax of their own and come out against the general fund sales tax extension.

Business Buzz: Chris Hoch joins EverBank in SBC

EverBank has announced that Chris Hoch has joined the retail lending division as a mortgage loan officer. Hoch will work out of EverBank’s Santa Clara and San Benito offices. He will offer residential mortgage solutions to local customers and build awareness of EverBank’s products and programs in the local community.

Guest view: The abnormal-normal local economy

If you live anywhere in San Benito County, you have a $8.5 million budget shortage consisting of a $3.5 million deficit in Hollister and a $5.0 million county deficit - like it or not, both will affect everyone - we’re joined at the hip.