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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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By Rocky Roemer, 02/11/2019
Insurance is a key component to a trucking organization’s success but it can also be one of the most complicated aspects of business ownership. Having an experienced and knowledgeable agent to help you navigate coverages and design a customized risk management program for your business is one of the...
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By Michelle Mendez, 01/30/2019
Hurricanes can be devastating and cause significant damage to your home and property. To minimize the potential for catastrophic losses due to hurricanes, many homeowner’s insurance policies that provide windstorm coverage have a separate deductible for hurricane windstorm losses. As an example, the...
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