Government shutdown, economic recession, and threats of economic depression. What should we do? Tom Meaglia has the answers. He’s hosted his own financial radio talk show called “Knowing the Economy of God” on KKLA 99.5 FM Los Angeles from which the programs can be listened to here. During his career he also hosted a radio program on KKLA called Financial Strategies for the 90′s and did a daily morning business report on KIEV 870 AM.Tom Meaglia’s financial credentials include the following: MSFS (Masters of Science in Financial Services-The American College, Bryn Mawr, PA), AEP (Accredited Estate Planner), ChFC (Chartered Financial Consultant), CLU (Chartered Life Underwriter), and Investment Advisor Representative with Stockbridge Financial Services, LLC. He has a BS degree in Business Administration from Cal Poly Pomona and is an adjunct professor for the School of Business at Azusa Pacific University and Biola University. Tom began his professional financial services career in 1979 serving as manager and senior vice president for major investment houses before founding Meaglia Financial Consulting.
Meaglia Financial Consulting is a full service comprehensive financial consulting and investment advisory business. For over 34 years, Tom Meaglia has been working closely with individuals, families, business owners, corporations and non-profit organizations, helping to determine the best strategies for their financial situations. They specialize in personal financial counseling from a Biblical perspective. Tom’s consulting and coaching services will help people through the phases of life to develop strategies for planning for their future life events and retirement. As a professional speaker and entrepreneur, Tom performs seminars and lectures throughout California. He is the author of the book, Knowing the Economy of God: How to Apply God’s Financial Principles to Your Normal and Everyday Life. His married to Julie and they have two children, Melissa and Jonathan.
Proverbs 13:11″Money that comes easily disappears quickly, but money that is gathered little by little will grow.”