• Joel Grushkin, San Diego Regional Director of Cost Segregation Initiatives

    October 14, 2016

    joel_bioThis week Richard and Joe welcomed show sponsor Joel Grushkin, the San Diego Regional Director of Cost Segregation Initiatives (CSI). Joel brings nearly forty years of executive experience to the CSI organization. His background includes eleven years with Arthur Young & Company (now Ernst & Young) as a Principal and director of the firm’s Management Services Practice. He was also a member of AY’s National Real Estate Industry Specialty Practice Group. His cost segregation experience has encompassed studies for developers and owners of commercial real estate.

    CSI is a best of the breed specialty real estate services firm. Their primary focus is providing engineered, cost segregation studies in compliance with IRS guidelines. These and other comprehensive cash-flow solutions are designed for developers, investors, owner users and financiers of commercial real estate across the United States.

    On October 19th Joel will be speaking about advanced cost segregation strategies at the Advanced Tax Planning Institute at the Omni La Costa Resort.

    Joel received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Woodbury University.

    Listen to a podcast of Joel Grushkin’s interview!

  • Fighting Childhood Obesity

    January 11, 2014
    Retired Brigadier General David Brahms (ret) was to talk about his involvement with “Mission: Readiness,” an organization that advocates for broader access to preschool education and promotes programs to combat childhood obesity. Today’s military leaders are concerned about poor high school graduation rates and that more young people than ever don’t qualify for military service ... Read more
  • Former Reagan Budget Director, David Stockman on the Corruption of Capitalism in America

    January 4, 2014
    Saturday’s guest is former President Ronald Reagan’s Director of the Office of Management and Budget. He has recently published a book entitled The Great Deformation: The Corruption of Capitalism in America. “The Fed shouldn’t be creating bubbles…they can’t do the job. They’re failing.” Mr. Stockman asserts that the Fed is creating bubbles and then flooding the market ... Read more
  • Business Agility with Mike Richardson

    December 28, 2013
    Author and coach Mike Richardson helps business leaders close the “agility gap.” The agility gap is the gap between the demands upon our time and our ability to meet those demands. The gaps creates chaos and volatility in the workplace. Mike is British, and he is a the CEO Chair and Resource Speaker for Vistage ... Read more
  • The Funding Crisis Facing Medical Research

    December 21, 2013
    This show focuses on the funding crisis facing medical research and our biotech sector. Our guests were Joe Panetta, President and CEO of Biocom, Hudson Freeze MD, Ph.D., and Pamela Itkin-Ansari MD, Ph.D. from the Sanford Burnham Medical Research Institute. Biocom is the major trade association for San Diego’s biomedical and life sciences industries. Biocom enables ... Read more
  • Education for Young Veterans

    December 14, 2013
    Robert Muth is an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of San Diego School of Law. Mr. Muth is the supervising lawyer for the Veterans Clinic which provides legal services for veterans. He also has a special interest in helping young veterans earn college degrees. Robert Muth received his undergraduate degree from Northwestern University, and ... Read more
  • Patient Advocacy with Brian and Gerri Monaghan

    December 12, 2013
    Brian Monagham successfully battled melanoma brain tumors with the support of his wife, Gerri. He has been cancer-free for 15 years, and they have written a step-by-step guide about how to be an effective patient advocate called When a Loved One Falls Ill. The book is written around 50 inspirational tips that give you a ... Read more
  • The Life and Times of San Diego’s Most Notable Architect Rob Quigley

    December 7, 2013
    Saturday night’s show featured Rob Wellington Quigley, a man that has impacted the beauty of San Diego through his design. For those who are unfamiliar with his name, there is a good chance that they are familiar with his work including the Ocean Discovery Institute’s “Living Lab” or San Diego’s new Central Library. Earning his ... Read more
  • Entrepreneurs Neil Senturia and Barbara Bry

    November 30, 2013
    Neil Senturia and Barbara Bry are integral parts of Blackbird Ventures LLC which is an investment firm that aids entrepreneurial enterprises, more specifically those that focus in the areas of emerging technology and real estate development. Mr. Senturia serves as the CEO while Mrs. Bry is the company’s chief operating officer. This married couple gives ... Read more
  • Olympic Triathalete Hopeful Wins 5-mile Race at Oceanside Turkey Trot

    November 28, 2013
    Verzbicas Outpaces Defending Champion Raura At the front of a record crowd of 10,000 runners and walkers who moved their feet before they ate at Thanksgiving Day’s Pacific Marine Credit Union O’side Turkey Trot, a former prep sub-4-minute miler won his biggest victory since starting a remarkable comeback from a serious cycling accident that left him ... Read more
  • Lukas Verzbicas Enters PMCU Oceanside Turkey Trot

    November 23, 2013
    Triathlon champion runs in the 8th Annual Oceanside Turkey Trot We are excited to announce that 19 year-old Lukas Verzbicas will join us for the 5 mile race on Thanksgiving morning for the annual Oceanside Turkey Trot. Lukas is one of only five U.S. high school students to run a sub 4-minute mile. He is a ... Read more