June 9, 2016

Mercury News editorial: California must reward low-income workers

“Sanberg’s family lost its home to foreclosure when he was a child. He knows how much a few thousand dollars can mean to a struggling family. […]
June 8, 2016

LA Daily News: Raise threshold for California’s earned income tax credit

“More than 360,000 Californians received the new EITC resulting in $180 million in refunds — extra money providing food on the weekend, when children are not […]
June 2, 2016

Harvard Alumni Blog: Two Harvard Friends Aspire to Do Well by Doing Good

“Andrei and I believe that if you can create a company that works for everyday Americans, not just a small few, you can do a lot […]
June 1, 2016

SF Chronicle: Reward work — offer tax credit to ‘1099 workers’

“Gov. Jerry Brown and the Legislature approved the new California Earned Income Tax Credit last year. This investment reflected a common belief that hard-working people have […]
June 1, 2016

Modern Luxury: No Average Joe

“Joe Sanberg began his career on Wall Street but left, disillusioned, six years ago for his native California to build businesses and champion public policies that […]
February 22, 2016

Orange County Register: A man, a tax credit, and a mission to end poverty — How a Laguna Beach millionaire is helping spread a four-letter word

“Joseph Sanberg is serious about ending poverty in California, convinced it is no pipe dream. ‘We know how to end poverty,’ Sanberg says quietly but emphatically, […]
February 17, 2016

Jewish Journal: Joseph Sanberg: A one-man army against poverty

Sanberg could easily be the guy standing at the front of a boardroom talking about the derivatives market. Instead, he has spent the last five months […]
January 6, 2016

Medium: Sustainable Investing is Smartest

“There is a notion that we might have to sacrifice our principles to yield positive financials returns. However, this does not have to be the case. […]