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Five Do’s and Don’ts about Financial Diversification

So much has happened in the financial world since the start of 2020. If you want to make sure you have been making the best decisions for your investment, certified financial planner and president of Shakiba Capital, Trevor Shakiba shares 5 tips to help.

How the coronavirus has impacted the stock market

Trevor has 3 critical pieces of advice for those that have been impacted heavily by coronavirus and the stock market.

Building wealth through real estate investing

This Finance Friday we’re diving into the strategy of building wealth through real estate investments. Certified financial planner and president of Shakiba Capital, Trevor Shakiba is sharing 5 reasons why everyone should consider investing in real estate.

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October 19, 2020

5 Do’s and Don’ts for Getting the Most Out of Your Paycheck

Friday is payday for many people. And like others who get a check at the end of the week, you might be thinking about buying a new TV or something else you want at the spur of the moment. Before you decide to blow your entire paycheck on the first day, you need to think about what you’re doing because you shouldn’t be so eager to spend it all without having a plan.

October 5, 2020

Debunking 5 Common Retirement Myths

Do you think you’re prepared for retirement? Do you have enough savings to get you through your retirement years? Many people have false beliefs about this stage of their lives, which is why many people aren’t as prepared as they think. Here are five common retirement myths and the reasons why they’re not true.

September 14, 2020

5 Truths About Your Finances No Matter Who Wins the 2020 Election

We have an election around the corner. And so far, we have seen a great deal of uncertainty. We have also seen increased volatility in the market. Some people worry about their finances during an election year, but there are some things that remain true even during these uncertain times. Here are five truths about your finances no matter who wins the 2020 election.