I’m really excited to interview Logan Allec of LoganAllec.com about Santa Clarita. Logan’s tips for the best things to do in Santa Clarita are awesome because he moved to the area to invest in real estate and be close to his wife’s family, and now he’s built a business helping taxpayers address their tax debts. He loves Santa Clarita because it’s one of the safest areas near Los Angeles to raise a family.
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Santa Clarita, California
We share a lot of resources and local suggestions in today’s podcast, but you should also check out Visit Santa Clarita, the local visitor’s bureau. They are a wealth of information and can help you plan an itinerary based on your time, budget, and interests.
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Getting around Santa Clarita
The local airport is Hollywood Burbank Airport (BUR), which is about a 25-minute drive to the downtown area.
Logan says that your best option is to rent a car. For the best offers, visit Avis, Budget, or Hertz.
If you’re staying in the city center, you can also check out their paseo system as another way to travel. Uber and Lyft are excellent ways to get around.
When you only need a car for a couple of hours, you can rent by the hour with Zipcar. Join now to get $25 loaded into your account.
Places we talked about on the podcast
Here is a map of all of the places we talked about on the podcast episode with Logan Allec about Santa Clarita. You can zoom into the map and click on each dot to explore the city.
- Red dots = best places to eat in Santa Clarita
- Green dots = best things to do in Santa Clarita
- Yellow dots = best places to stay in Santa Clarita
Who is Logan Allec?
Logan Allec is a practicing CPA and owner of the tax relief company Choice Tax Relief. He is also the founder, owner, and editor-in-chief of Money Done Right, a personal finance blog that receives thousands of visitors daily. He enjoys creating content online as well as exploring new places around Southern California (and beyond) with his family.
Logan oversees the creation of content on the following websites. Here’s a sample of the articles you’ll find there:
- 13 Ways to Get Free Stocks
- Taxes on Selling a House: Capital Gains Tax, Exclusion, and More!
- How to File Your Back Taxes, Avoid Penalties, and Get Your Life Back on Track
You can connect with Alec on his website and on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.
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Stay tuned for our next episode
Listen to the next episode when AJ Saunders of A.J.S Digital Group shares the best things to do in Bath, UK. In this episode, we talk about the incredible architecture of the Royal Crescent, exploring the Jane Austen museum, and visiting one of the many Roman bath houses. We hope you’ll join us when We Travel There.
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