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Mary Canning, Dean Emerita of the Accounting and Tax Schools, tells The Wall Street Journal how homeowners can use energy-efficient upgrades to reduce their tax burden.
Kit Yarrow, Professor Emerita, analyzes techniques used when "upselling" items to current customers in the food industry.
Kit Yarrow, Professor Emerita, speaks with the Daily Herald to analyze the psychological affect item placement has on the average consumer.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly dissects House Speaker John Boehner's actions toward a possible minimum wage increase.
Rick Kahler shares with time.com the emotional benefits of financial advising.
Kit Yarrow, Professor Emeritus, provides her expert opinion on whether or not the Taxi Company should partner with Flywheel.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly provides his expert advice on the buying and selling of stocks and bonds when considering international governments.
Dean Emeritus Terry Connelly reviews economic reports to make a conclusion about the Federal Reserve.
Governor Appoints Golden Gate University Professor to the California Board of Accountancy
Rick Kahler speaks with Time to share his financial expertise on protecting your wealth. His methods of protection include utilizing LLCs, trusts, and other entities.
Dean Emeritus, Terry Connelly, offers commentary on the true bias of CNBC.
Kit Yarrow, Professor Emerita, discusses the link between psychology and health according to extensive research and industry analysis.
Professor Emerita Kit Yarrow discusses the most popular Super Bowl ads and what factors contribute to their success.
The jewelry industry has experienced a steady decline in sales in recent years. Professor Emerita Kit Yarrow discusses the influence technology has on buying decisions via an article on Pacific Standard.
Dean Emeritus, Terry Connelly, provides a 33 question quiz that is comprised of questions that won't be answered until the end of 2015. Compare your predictions on the popular news topics with the former Dean's.
Professor Emerita, Kit Yarrow, provides insight on why you may not complete resolutions set at the beginning of the year.
Dean Emeritus, Terry Connelly speaks on the economical factors influencing consumer spending during the holiday season. Declining gas prices, holiday sales, and payment plans are some factors utilized.
Dean Emeritus, Terry Connelly, uses the poem, "Twas the Night Before Christmas" as inspiration for a financial themed poem used to depict the stock market, taxes, and financial planning.
Kit Yarrow, Professor Emerita, speaks with USA Today to discuss how gift exchanging can become an educational experience for parents and their status-conscious offspring.
Professor Emerita, Kit Yarrow, uses her psychological expertise to analyze holiday spending among the average consumer.
Kit Yarrow, Professor Emerita, speaks to the connection between technological advancements and the diminishing amount of holiday cards being mailed in 2014.
Adjunct Professor, Rick Kahler, shares with time.com one of the most common misconceptions of a financial planners job.
GGU names Fred Sroka as Dean of the Bruce F. Braden School of Taxation and the School of Accounting and Dr. Nate Hinerman as Dean of Undergraduate Programs.
Professor Emerita, Kit Yarrow, utilizes principles from her most recent book release, "Decoding the New Consumer Mind" to shed light on ineffective shopping habits and how to spend money wisely this holiday season.
Kit Yarrow, Professor Emerita, shares gift ideas for the health conscious to news-leader.com that include researched backed information to consider when gifting this year.