Insurance broker O’Leary finds clients best coverage at best price

Insurance broker O’Leary finds clients best coverage at best price

Independent insurance broker Michael O’Leary isn’t dedicated to a company, he’s dedicated to his clients and getting them the best coverage at the best price for their auto, home, and life insurance needs. “Since I don’t work through one company, I can look at all the companies and see what discounts are offered for specific […]

Chamber events planned for Fallbrook

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce has announced the following upcoming events: April 27 – Dinner Mob at Oink & Moo, 121 N. Pico Avenue,  5 p.m. April 28 – Lunch Mob at Vista Valley Country Club, 29354 Vista Valley Dr., Vista, Noon May 1 – First Monday Coffee at Chamber office, 111 S. […]

Supervisors approve increase in most DEH fees

Fees for most services provided by the county’s Department of Environmental Health will increase as of April 21, but the San Diego County Board of Supervisors approval exempted cottage food operation permits and well inspections from the increases pending further review of those situations. A 5-0 Board of Supervisors vote March 15 approved the first […]

What does retirement look like if you haven’t saved?

Nathaniel Sillin Special to the Village News The picture of retirement that many of us have is a post-work period filled with travel and plenty of relaxation. It’s a time when you can finally take up a new hobby, sink into the pile of books and enjoy more time with family and friends. The reality […]

Moffat Financial Group team helps people reach their goals

Moffat Financial Group team helps people reach their goals

Clark G. Moffat, founder and CEO of the Moffat Financial Group, has been helping people reach their goals for 35 years, including some clients that have been with him for more than three decades. “I have six people that I’ve work with 33 years – almost my entire career,” said Moffat. “I have many clients […]

The Tax Lady has suggestions to help mitigate 2016 tax liability

Karyn Vaughn, E.A. Special to Village News The tax deadline for 2016 returns is fast approaching. Maybe the year’s returns are prepared already and there’s an unexpected balance due, or maybe the returns are incomplete and hiding in a drawer in the office just waiting until the last minute because there might be an unwanted […]

NCFPD declares six vehicles surplus

The North County Fire Protection District board declared six NCFPD vehicles to be surplus. The 5-0 board vote March 28 allows the vehicles to be sold at auction or by another approved method of disposal. The district plans to utilize an auction to generate revenue from the sale of the vehicles. “We’re just excessing some very […]

Former tech CEO Repko keeps Joe’s Paving running smooth

Former tech CEO Repko keeps Joe’s Paving running smooth

Joe’s Paving has been smoothing things out in north San Diego County since 1972, and the business continues to thrive under former techie Sean Repko, who purchased the company in 2001. “Yeah, it made a lot of sense to me,” said a smiling Repko of going from a CEO in the tech industry to a […]

Practical financial planning for expectant parents

Nathaniel Sillin Special to the Village News Planning for a baby is exciting and sometimes a little frightening for expectant parents, especially first-time parents. The months will fly by and soon you’ll be at home embarking on an adventure along with the newest member of your family. Welcome to the excitement, exhaustion, fascination, bewilderment and […]

Mistakes on your tax return could lead to an audit

You’re not alone if your heart pounds when you see a letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in your mailbox. While some lucky filers get sent a letter because they’re due a larger refund, most of us fear the worst – an audit. Those fears may be largely unfounded for the average household. Only […]

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