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Hospital to change hands?

A financial adviser specializing in the health services industry recently presented seven possible governance models for Central Peninsula Hospital...

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City asks how much public needs to know

...Under city rules, professionals including health care providers, certified public accountants, stock brokers or financial advisers and attorneys would not be required to disclose the names of individual patients or clients who receive professional...

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Newby chases big dream: Soldotna graduate recovers from arm surgery, pitches in Triple A

...with the Seattle Mariners in January of this year, but had six different jobs -- everything from a pizza boy to a financial adviser -- after being let go from the A's. But it was a personal training gig that put Newby back on the track to making...

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Zindel, Strong announce nuptials

...of Anchorage. He attended Dimond High School in Anchorage and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Alaska Anchorage with a degree in finance. James is employed as a financial adviser for UBS Financial Services in Anchorage.

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Business Briefs

...Wednesday at the Anchor River Inn. Walton gains leadership experience Indy Walton, a registered broker-dealer and financial adviser with Edward Jones recently attended the Edward Jones Managed Account Program leadership conference in St. Louis...

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Alaska college savings plan earns high marks

...directly through an investment firm or the state plan administrator. "Adviser-sold" plans are available through financial advisers. They generally charge higher fees than direct-sold plans but come with professional advice. Some states offer...

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Soldotna wrestles with ethics rules: City council looks at financial reporting requirements for public officials

...officers who are professionals, including health care providers, certified public accountants, stock brokers or financial advisers and attorneys would not be required to disclose the names of individual patients or clients who receive professional...

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State's credit outlook downgraded

...expenditures,'' he said. Dave Rose, who used to be director of the Alaska Permanent Fund Corp. and now is a private financial adviser in Anchorage, said he thinks a downgraded credit rating is next. ''It'll cost us a little more'' the next...

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Peninsula Clarion - News

...government operations and contingencies was forecast to be $12.5 million, a figure considered dangerously low by financial advisers. By last spring, however, as FY 2007 was winding down and the current budget was being prepared, that low figure...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -

...suggestions. It's more important than ever to begin saving for retirement early, according to Indy Walton, a financial adviser with Edward Jones in Soldotna. Today's longer life spans mean a person may spend three decades or more in retirement...

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