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Three Ways New Grads Can Manage their Expenses this Summer

Paul Socia, CEO and president of Miramar Federal Credit Union has some advice on how to manage expenses for new grads. When it comes to your finances, sadly ...

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The Riehl World: Will Challengers in Carlsbad Council Race Change City Politics?

Evidence of Big Money Guiding Council Decisions By Richard Riehl Five candidates have declared their intention to challenge the two at-large incumbents in Carlsbad’s city council election in ...

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The Riehl World: Citizen Activists Spawn Carlsbad’s Political Revolution

By Richard Riehl While outsiders Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump attack insider politics at the national level, a rapidly growing number of local citizen activists, who Carlsbad Mayor ...

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The Alemian File: Episode19-How to Fund Buy Sell Agreements

By David Alemian Last week I covered buy/sell agreements and if you missed it you should definitely check it out [here]. One of the most common ways to ...

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The Alemian File: Episode 18- Buy Sell Agreements

By David Alemian Do you have business partners?  If so, you need a buy/sell agreement. First let’s define a buy/sell agreement.  It is a binding agreement used by ...

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The Alemian File: Episode 17- What to Do During Retirement

By David Alemian Let’s talk about a different type of retirement planning.  I’m not talking about the money part.   You know, the savings accounts, the investments, and everything ...

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The Alemian File: Episode16- Procrastination

By David Alemian Many people aren’t prepared for retirement because they got a late start to saving, which is caused in part by procrastination.  Saving for retirement is ...

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The Alemian File: Episode15- Saving for Your Childs’ Future

By David Alemian One of the best things you can do for your child is to start a savings plan using a whole life policy. The money could ...

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San Diego Coastkeeper Comments on ‘Quality of Life Dashboard’ Release

San Diego County CA— Water: we need it to live, to work and to thrive. That’s why San Diego Coastkeeper, which protects fishable, swimmable and drinkable water, says ...

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The Riehl World: Carlsbad Council Outsources City’s Future Again

This Time It’s a Florida Consulting Firm By Richard Riehl Over the last two years Carlsbad residents have watched city leaders squander more than $1 million to outsource ...

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The Alemian File: Episode 14- How to Choose a Financial Advisor

By David Alemian A question I am often asked is, “How do you choose a financial advisor?” There is literally an army of financial advisors across America.  Everywhere ...

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The Alemian File: Episode13- Avoid Getting In Over Your Head In Debt

By David Alemian A lot of you expressed interest in what I call “The Big Credit and Debt Trap,” and you want to know the best way to ...

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The Alemian File: Episode 12- How to Avoid the Next Market Crash

By David Alemian If you lost money in 2008, you probably want to know how to avoid the next market crash. If you’ve been following The Alemian File ...

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The Riehl World: Give Olivia a Voice from Rainbow Heaven

Stop Making Puppy Mills Profitable By Richard Riehl At the Carlsbad City Council’s April 12 meeting, Dale Bartlett, policy manager for the Humane Society of the United States ...

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The Riehl World: CEO Revolving Door at Tri-City Costly to Taxpayers

By Richard Riehl Tri-City Healthcare District Chairman of the Board, Jim Dagastino, gushed last week about the appointment of the hospital’s third CEO in three years, the promotion ...

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