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August 3, 2010
A new candidate has entered the race for the Newport Beach City Council's 4th District. Mark Tabbert, an environmental activist and financial advisor, challenged incumbent Leslie Daigle when he filed the requisite paperwork Monday to run in the November election. "I've been bothered for a long time about what we say and do on environmental issues," said Tabbert, who has lived in Newport since 1998. A Santa Ana Heights resident, Tabbert says he is looking for a local platform to bring attention to climate change, species extinction and resource depletion, among other problems.
BUSINESS
By Amanda Pennington | December 8, 2006
The IRS may be looking for you, but don't lower the blinds and turn off the lights just yet. This time, the agency is looking to give away more than $322,000 in undeliverable refunds to Newport-Mesa residents. IRS spokesman Rafael Tulino said the majority of the 108 residents on the agency's undeliverable list ended up on it because they moved and left no forwarding address for the post office to deliver to. But don't feel foolish if you didn't claim your refund. Even the professionals sometimes miss their IRS check.
NEWS
By Sarah Peters, sarah.peters@latimes.com | February 3, 2011
COSTA MESA — Women live longer than men and will spend less time in the work place throughout their lifetime, a financial services expert said Thursday. That message seemed to appeal to the 50 women who came to listen to "The Power of Her Money," a breakfast presentation put on by WISE, an Irvine-based nonprofit. The catch came when speaker Cara Peck informed the audience that the majority of women lack a financial plan to carry them safely through retirement. "The No. 1 strategy that women fall back on in retirement is to work," said Peck, an executive vice president and head of Retail Intermediary Sales for Wells Fargo's Asset Management Group.
FEATURES
August 13, 2009
Newport Beach family law expert Karen Rhyne will speak Saturday at a workshop called “What Women Need to Know about Divorce.” The event, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Merrill Lynch, 4695 MacArthur Court, Suite 1500, will help women prepare emotionally and financially for divorce. Speakers at the event also will include a financial advisor and a counselor. Rhyne earned her juris doctorate degree from Western State University School of Law. She has been a certified family law specialist since 1990.
NEWS
January 20, 2010
Newport Beach family law expert Karen Rhyne will speak Saturday at a free workshop called “What Women Need to Know about Divorce in a Down Economy.” The 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. event at Merrill Lynch, 4695 MacArthur Court, Suite 1500, will help women prepare emotionally and financially for divorce. Speakers at the event also will include a financial advisor and a counselor. Rhyne earned her juris doctorate degree from Western State University School of Law. She has been a certified family law specialist since 1990.
OCNOW
From the Los Angeles Times | May 29, 2012
Former Newport Beach resident and NBA star Dennis Rodman was sentenced to 104 hours of community service and three years of informal probation in Orange County court Tuesday after being found guilty of contempt for failing to pay child support, a court official said. "Rodman also must pay current child and spousal support, and he still owes hundreds of thousands of dollars in additional back child support,” the official said. Rodman still has to settle any remaining disputes over child support and an additional contempt charge when he appears in court June 22, the official said.
NEWS
By Keith Curry | March 21, 2014
As a financial advisor to governments, your job is to tell sometimes hard truths about the financial implications of public plans. Governments ignore these financial consequences at the peril of taxpayers and long-term financial health. Unfortunately, the California High-Speed Rail Authority's financial plan, as it is currently conceived, ignores some hard truths. It would be a slow-moving train wreck that would do economic damage to California for generations. I should know.
NEWS
By Emily Foxhall | February 21, 2014
On the third Thursday night of most months, a select Orange County venue fills with an array of people in heels, loafers, dresses and suits. It's called a "schmoozer," and the attendees arrive prepared to network, handing over a donation to the designated local charity as the price of entering the throng. Although similar to the society events one might find elsewhere in the county's wealthy coastal towns, the mixers have a twist. They target high-caliber young professionals.
NEWS
August 12, 2002
SHE IS Taking on the real life role Jennifer Lopez played in "The Wedding Planner." ON THE RIGHT TRACK While audiences enjoyed watching the romantic lifestyle Lopez lived while playing a wedding planner in the 2001 movie, Katie Zitar enjoys living that lifestyle everyday of her life. But in keeping with the romantic theme of her profession and adhering to, what she refers to as, a form of superstition, she watches that movie before attending every wedding she's planned.
NEWS
By Josh Yocam | May 1, 2013
Here we sit at market highs. So why doesn't it feel like it? Why doesn't it feel wonderful and fulfilling and wealth-related? I can't tell you. You see, for each of us this feeling is a little bit different, the scars heal at a little different rate, the memories fade slower each time we suffer something a little bit uncomfortable. OK, enough downer comments. What is really going on? The markets have been on a pretty consistent run since late November, when Investor's Business Daily announced that the market was in a confirmed uptrend.
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NEWS
By Michelle Boehm | March 28, 2014
I read the recent commentary about high-speed rail by Newport Beach City Councilman Keith Curry in my hometown newspaper, and I'd like to share my response ("Commentary: High-speed rail project is a train wreck," March 23). Curry indicates he was the financial advisor to high-speed rail 15 years ago, and I thank him for his service to the project. I would like to point out that since 1999 we've added several thousand lane miles to our freeways, new terminals at Los Angeles International, John Wayne and Ontario airports, as well as millions of residents, but we are still faced with congestion that puts pollution in the air and takes time away from our families and money out of the economy.
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NEWS
By Keith Curry | March 21, 2014
As a financial advisor to governments, your job is to tell sometimes hard truths about the financial implications of public plans. Governments ignore these financial consequences at the peril of taxpayers and long-term financial health. Unfortunately, the California High-Speed Rail Authority's financial plan, as it is currently conceived, ignores some hard truths. It would be a slow-moving train wreck that would do economic damage to California for generations. I should know.
NEWS
By Emily Foxhall | March 14, 2014
Citing a need to see through other commitments, Joe Stapleton has withdrawn his bid for Newport Beach City Council. A harbor commissioner since July and chairman of the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors since September, Stapleton has felt "uneasy" about the prospect of stepping down from those positions if elected to the council, he wrote in an email to supporters, friends and family Thursday night. "It feels that I would be leaving both boards when some very important initiatives for the community - both the residents and the business communities - are being developed," he wrote.
NEWS
By Emily Foxhall | February 21, 2014
On the third Thursday night of most months, a select Orange County venue fills with an array of people in heels, loafers, dresses and suits. It's called a "schmoozer," and the attendees arrive prepared to network, handing over a donation to the designated local charity as the price of entering the throng. Although similar to the society events one might find elsewhere in the county's wealthy coastal towns, the mixers have a twist. They target high-caliber young professionals.
NEWS
By Josh Yocam | May 1, 2013
Here we sit at market highs. So why doesn't it feel like it? Why doesn't it feel wonderful and fulfilling and wealth-related? I can't tell you. You see, for each of us this feeling is a little bit different, the scars heal at a little different rate, the memories fade slower each time we suffer something a little bit uncomfortable. OK, enough downer comments. What is really going on? The markets have been on a pretty consistent run since late November, when Investor's Business Daily announced that the market was in a confirmed uptrend.
OCNOW
From the Los Angeles Times | May 29, 2012
Former Newport Beach resident and NBA star Dennis Rodman was sentenced to 104 hours of community service and three years of informal probation in Orange County court Tuesday after being found guilty of contempt for failing to pay child support, a court official said. "Rodman also must pay current child and spousal support, and he still owes hundreds of thousands of dollars in additional back child support,” the official said. Rodman still has to settle any remaining disputes over child support and an additional contempt charge when he appears in court June 22, the official said.
NEWS
By Sarah Peters, sarah.peters@latimes.com | February 3, 2011
COSTA MESA — Women live longer than men and will spend less time in the work place throughout their lifetime, a financial services expert said Thursday. That message seemed to appeal to the 50 women who came to listen to "The Power of Her Money," a breakfast presentation put on by WISE, an Irvine-based nonprofit. The catch came when speaker Cara Peck informed the audience that the majority of women lack a financial plan to carry them safely through retirement. "The No. 1 strategy that women fall back on in retirement is to work," said Peck, an executive vice president and head of Retail Intermediary Sales for Wells Fargo's Asset Management Group.
NEWS
August 3, 2010
A new candidate has entered the race for the Newport Beach City Council's 4th District. Mark Tabbert, an environmental activist and financial advisor, challenged incumbent Leslie Daigle when he filed the requisite paperwork Monday to run in the November election. "I've been bothered for a long time about what we say and do on environmental issues," said Tabbert, who has lived in Newport since 1998. A Santa Ana Heights resident, Tabbert says he is looking for a local platform to bring attention to climate change, species extinction and resource depletion, among other problems.
NEWS
January 20, 2010
Newport Beach family law expert Karen Rhyne will speak Saturday at a free workshop called “What Women Need to Know about Divorce in a Down Economy.” The 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. event at Merrill Lynch, 4695 MacArthur Court, Suite 1500, will help women prepare emotionally and financially for divorce. Speakers at the event also will include a financial advisor and a counselor. Rhyne earned her juris doctorate degree from Western State University School of Law. She has been a certified family law specialist since 1990.
FEATURES
August 13, 2009
Newport Beach family law expert Karen Rhyne will speak Saturday at a workshop called “What Women Need to Know about Divorce.” The event, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Merrill Lynch, 4695 MacArthur Court, Suite 1500, will help women prepare emotionally and financially for divorce. Speakers at the event also will include a financial advisor and a counselor. Rhyne earned her juris doctorate degree from Western State University School of Law. She has been a certified family law specialist since 1990.
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