If the term “special session” sounds familiar, that’s because it has become nearly a yearly occurrence since the state Supreme Court’s 2012 McCleary ruling made education funding the center of budget debates.
With the increased use of rideshare for automobile transportation by patrons of Uber and Lyft also comes the resulting increase in the number of injuries riders and pedestrians sustain from Uber and Lyft drivers. For both riders and pedestrians this raises serious questions about insurance coverage for drivers using Uber or Lyft rideshare software.
You know you should start saving for retirement before you turn 40. What can you start doing today to make that effort more productive and to improve your chances of ending up with more retirement money, rather than less?
Does buying a home make sense for you financially? It may or may not, depending on some financial, career, and lifestyle factors. Your savings, your credit, your salary, your level of disposable income, and your housing preferences all count.
Even though 2016 may have ended up being a subpar year for stocks, you may realize short-term capital gains. What will you do about them? You could do what many savvy investors do – you could “cash in your losses” and practice “tax-loss harvesting.”
Raising taxes on “the wealthy” might seem like a great idea until you realize that many of the proposals coming out of the state Capitol would apply to small-business owners who don’t meet most folks’ definition of wealthy.
Many years ago I worked with a company that was struggling. No matter what happened, they were disappointed. By many people’s definition, they were immensely successful: they had close to 100 percent market share, high inventory turn rates, very solid net profits, and a positive cash flow.
Editor's note: This blog post originally appeared March 8. Given that the wine selection at Grocery Outlet varies week to week, not all of the labels, vintages and prices mentioned in this article may still be available.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has issued a “broad revision” to regulations that affect the care of more than 1.4 million nursing home residents across the country including over 16,000 people in skilled nursing facilities in Washington State according to SkilledNursingFacilities.org.
Most employers are aware that the voters passed Initiative 1433 in November, increasing Washington state’s minimum wage, effective Jan. 1, 2017, to $11 an hour and establishing additional graduated minimum wage increases each year.