The stock market continues to show signs of uncertainty. Certified financial planner and president of Shakiba Capital, Trevor Shakiba has stayed on top of the latest news.
Certified financial planner and president of Shakiba Capital, Trevor Shakiba shares tips to help graduates prepare to enter the workforce in these strange times.
Have you wondered how the rich stay rich? Even during these trying times with the coronavirus taking a toll on the economy, the wealthy are probably managing their money differently than the rest of us. Certified financial planner and president of Shakiba Capital, Trevor Shakiba shares tips to help you manage your finances like the rich.
Millions of Americans have been forced out of employment due to the coronavirus, and in many cases, even one missed paycheck could be detrimental.
Certified financial planner and president of Shakiba Capital, Trevor Shakiba is sharing steps to take if you’ve lost your job due to the pandemic.
Trevor shares ways that you can protect yourself during the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus continues to rattle the stock market making it difficult to predict the long-term effects. Trevor Shakiba is sharing tips on how to take advantage of the market volatility.
If you’re feeling financially threatened by the coronavirus and are considering tapping into your 401(k), you’re not alone.
Certified Financial Planner Trevor Shakiba (Shakiba Capital) joins Fox 26 Houston to provide information about your 401K and the CARES act that allows for borrowing without the 10% penalty if you are over 59.5-years-old.
The coronavirus pandemic has had devastating hits on our economy, that’s why certified financial planner and president of Shakiba Capital Trevor Shakiba shares 5 financial tips to implement now to survive a recession.
Trevor has 3 critical pieces of advice for those that have been impacted heavily by coronavirus and the stock market.
Teaching kids the value of money at an early age, including the difference between a want and a need is critical as they start to develop spending habits.
If you’re wondering if you will ever need a will, the answer is probably yes. Creating a will may not be the most exciting thing to talk about, but there can be serious consequences for not putting one together. Trevor explains.