Santa Clarita earns finance award

By Claire Schlaman For The Signal Santa Clarita city staff garnered the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the fiscal year 2018-19, an award given for its

City, businesses brace for budget hit

As numerous businesses remain closed as a result of the “Safer at Home” directive for the coronavirus pandemic, SCV officials project the city’s revenue funds will suffer the consequences.  “Currently,

Preparing financially during the COVID-19 crisis

With stay-at-home orders extend to at least May 15 across L.A. County, the COVID-19 outbreak has raised troubling economic questions for residents. There’s reason for concern, according to local financial

Local financial company offers community support

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to present new financial challenges for many Santa Clarita Valley business owners and workers alike, it can be difficult to wade through the financial options

Filing for unemployment in California

As the number of Santa Clarita Valley residents suddenly becoming unemployed or underemployed due to the coronavirus, or COVID-19, continues to rise, the rise in demand for state unemployment assistance

Building on your investment goals

As 2020 comes into full swing, you may have already set your financial goals for the year and for the decade, but you shouldn’t stop there.  At the beginning of

Getting ready for tax time

With the April 15 deadline looming on the horizon, you should definitely have a plan in place for filing.  Whether you’re filing for yourself, your family or your business, ’tis

New year, new money goals

As another new year and another decade begin, many are setting new financial goals for themselves. Though many have already given up on their New Year’s resolutions by the start

Bank of Santa Clarita announces stock split

The California Department of Business Oversight recently approved a proposal of a three-for-two stock split for the Bank of Santa Clarita. The proposal for an amendment to the bank’s articles

The good and bad of retail store cards

Whether it’s a unique window display, big, red sale posters, online advertisement or simply their products, retail stores attract customers in a variety of ways. And to excite shoppers even

Chamber identifies ‘job creator’ bills

The California Chamber of Commerce is urging Gov. Gavin Newsom to sign three bills, all of which are expected to either create jobs or boost economic development. Assembly Bill 23