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By Robert Haley, 03/20/2019
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) takes cell phone violations just as seriously as drug violations. If a driver is pulled over for a mobile phone violation, they face fines of up to $2,750, with a maximum violation severity rating of 10 points. If a driver has numerous texting or handheld...
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By Richard Baskind, 02/27/2019
Finding a reputable General Contractor to renovate your home or begin a ground-up build is an enormous undertaking. However, this is only the first step of many to make sure you are properly protected should a loss occur to your residence. After selecting your General Contractor, it is imperative that you have...
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By Kerin Dodd, Stefan Latzko, 02/20/2019
In many general aviation businesses, the use of independent contractors is common: Flight departments utilize independent contractor pilots when employed pilots are not available Flight schools use Certified Flight Instructors (CFIs) who may instruct for other schools Extra maintenance technicians, line...
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By John Meisenbach, 02/15/2019
In 1980 there were 32,194 Centurions (those over 100 years old). By 2010 that number had grown to 53,306. That’s a 65% jump over a period of just three decades. Clearly, people are living longer. In some cases, they are flat out-living their life insurance. Many holders of life insurance have paid...
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By John Meisenbach, 02/12/2019
President Donald Trump’s desire to completely end the federal estate tax may have failed, however high-net-worth families, still come out way ahead. Changes were made to the estate, gift and generation-skipping taxes in the final tax bill. The tax bill, recently signed into law, temporarily doubles the...
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