View Post

Record Keeping for Your Own Business

In Articles, Wealth Management by Mission Wealth

Keeping good business records will not only help you stay in business but may also help you increase profits. Your business records let you analyze where your business is and where it’s going. They point out potential trouble spots and serve as a guide to where you want your business to be.

View Post

Sudden Wealth

In Articles, Wealth Management by Mission Wealth

What would you do with an extra $10,000? Maybe you’d pay off some debt, get rid of some college loans, or take a much-needed vacation. What if you suddenly had an extra million or 10 million or more? Now that you’ve come into a windfall, you have some issues to deal with. You’ll need to evaluate your new financial position and consider how your sudden wealth will affect your financial goals.

View Post

Financial Planning: Helping You See the Big Picture

In Articles, Wealth Management by Mission Wealth

Do you picture yourself owning a new home, starting a business, or retiring comfortably? These are a few of the financial goals that may be important to you, and each comes with a price tag attached. That’s where financial planning comes in. Financial planning is a process that can help you target your goals by evaluating your whole financial picture, then outlining strategies that are tailored to your individual needs and available resources.

View Post

Millennials in the Marketplace

In Articles, Wealth Management by Jessica Mora

A millennial is defined as a person reaching adulthood in the 21st century (currently those between ages 22-37). This group makes up 25% of the overall population, now equal in size to the baby boomers. While this group is one of the most tech savvy, well-educated and diverse generations, they often get a bad reputation, especially when it comes to finances. So where do all the misconceptions stem from?

View Post

Financial Basics for Millennials

In Articles, Wealth Management by Mission Wealth

With age comes responsibility, so if you’re a young adult in your 20s or 30s, chances are you’ve been introduced to the realities of adulthood. While you’re excited by all the opportunities life has to offer, you’re also aware of your emerging financial responsibility. In the financial realm, the millennial generation (young adults born between 1981 and 1997) faces a unique set of challenges, including a competitive job market and significant student loan debt that can make it difficult to obtain financial stability.