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Theme – Abundance

by Advisor Websites_2 on Jan 26, 2019

January, 2019

When I began my career change from practicing law about 30 years ago (yikes!), I was going through burn out. Part of my healing process was to learn metaphysics and become a Master Prosperity Teacher. During that training, we took an oath to heal the prosperity consciousness of the planet. I took that oath seriously then and still do.

Freezing credit will now be Free. So Consider it!

by Advisor Websites_2 on Jan 24, 2019

SF Chronicle Section D September 17, 2018

Consumers will soon be able to freeze their credit files without charge.  So if you have not frozen your files – a recommended step to foil identity theft – now is a good time to take action, consumer advocates say.  Security freezes, often called credit freezes, are “absolutely” the best way to prevent criminals from using your personal information to open new accounts in your name, said Paul Stephens, Director of Policy and Advocacy with Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, a consumer advocacy nonprofit group.

FICO credit score to add bank account information

by Advisor Websites_2 on Jan 23, 2019

SF Chronicle Business Report Section D Pg. 1 & 3 by Kathleen Pender

Next year, lenders will have access to a new FICO credit score that will – for the first time and with the consumers’ permission – include information from a person’s checking or savings account, such as income and outgo, balances and over draft behavior, FICO of San Jose announced Monday.  FICO’s traditional, widely used credit scores rely only on information about a person’s credit usage and payment history drawn from the person’s report at one of the three big credit bureaus.

The hidden costs of the GOP’s deficit two-step – inequality

by Advisor Websites_2 on Jan 22, 2019

By EJ Dionne Jr. SF Chronicle October 23, 2018 Front Page A 12

A truly gifted con artist is someone who pulls off the same scam again and again and keeps getting away with it.  Say what you will about Republicans and conservatives: Their audacity when it comes to deficits and tax cuts is something to behold, and they have been running the same player since the passage of the Reagan tax cuts in 1981.

Risky Home Loans making a comeback

by Advisor Websites_2 on Jan 18, 2019

SF Chronicle Section D page 5 12/16/2018 – Paul Sullivan, NY Times writer

One popular loan is the interest-only adjustable rate mortgage, with which a borrower pays only the interest for a period before the rate resets and principal becomes part of the payment.  Another is the income verification or “the ability to repay” loan, tailored to a borrower who does not have regular wages but is paid in large chunks of money – for example, from an investment partnership.

Client News!

by Advisor Websites_2 on Jan 17, 2019

Bay Area favorite Maureen McVerry made her Cinnabar Theater debut in Petaluma as Linda Lee Porter in this West Coast premiere.  Interweaving the great songs of Cole Porter with captivating story-telling by his beautiful and glamorous wife, we peek behind the glitter of her sensational life to experience a unique, sometimes difficult but always love-filled marriage. Musical numbers include the hits So in Love, I Love Paris, My heart belongs to Daddy, Night and Day and many more.

Staff News!

by Advisor Websites_2 on Jan 16, 2019

  • From Alexandra: Wealth Plus recently joined Social Venture Circle, her goal is to make more social good impact investments available to a larger group of people. Social Venture Network (IC-SVN) builds and serves communities of inspired and informed impact investors and business leaders to make social, economic, and environmental change.
  • After 22 years, we are planning changes to our branding. The way that we work remains the same, including using LEAP Systems. We plan to re-brand and create a new website, with an eye toward informing women about how to manage their money.