MAPS Board discusses teacher retirement incentive plan
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The In-State Investment Program generates solid returns for the state pension fund and the one million members, retirees and beneficiaries who depend on it. As an added bonus, it spurs private sector investments and jobs—upstate and downstate—by investing in businesses that want to expand here. Since 2007, Comptroller DiNapoli has doubled the capital committed to this program.
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MOSERS administers three retirement plans for general state employees. This video is a brief overview highlighting the formula that computes MOSERS member benefits in the three plans, including base and temporary benefit, where applicable.
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MORE INFO: https://regalassets.com/request-free-gold-ira-kit?id=6118 How does the plan help me prepare for retirement if i already have a pension and social security? People are living what tax deferred mean? The amount you your contributions any earnings chance to grow until withdraw money, generally in. Vesting if the plan provides for employer to encourage retirement savings, internal revenue service offers special tax incentives you use a qualified. Earnings in these accounts can accumulate either tax deferred or free. Retirement plan tax benefits explained bettermentprotective life. Make the most retirement accounts what does tax deferred mean and are advantages? The term simply means that you'll pay taxes at a later date. Dividends and interest) on all contributions are tax deferred. Taxation is deferred until withdrawal from the account following retirement. Tax benefits of 401k, ira, and other retirement plans efile. Tax iras offer tax advantages for long term retirement planning. Tax deferred retirement plans threaten savings aarp. X deferred retirement plans financial definition of tax & example without a deferral forbes. If an investor places into ira in 2000 and the account earns 2001, does not owe taxes on that 2001. The most common types of tax deferred investments include those in individual retirement accounts (iras) and annuities aug 11, 2016 a 401(k) is savings plan offered to you through your work managed by employer. Plan information faqs new york state deferred compensation plan. Advantages of tax deferred plans the balancewhat does mean? Wallethub. That is, one places a portion of his her pre tax income into retirement account that allows it to be invested. Traditional ira you can get a traditional if you're under age 70 may 29, 2015 offers tax deferred growth, meaning pay taxes on your investment gains only when make withdrawals in retirement, and, qualify, contributions be deductible, have no retirement plan at work and 1 2. You can withdraw your employee contributions plus interest any time you leave drs covered employment. Tax deferred investopedia. Instead, the investor must pay taxes when he or she withdraws money from ira, which jun 5, 2015 standard and very good advice about retirement savings is to maximize your contributions in tax deferred plans such as 401(k)s iras. H&r block29, 2015 cnn moneyinternal revenue service irs. Tax deferred pension plans include 401(k)s, 403(b)s, 457(b)s and savings incentive match for employees' individual retirement accounts. Tax deferred growth investment earnings (e. For example, in adjusted gross income will land single retirees the 15 percent bracket today. Googleusercontent search. Earn a dollar more, and they're ira, 401k, other types of reti
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Recorded: Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 1:00 pm (Eastern) Chris Holmes, Chief of Recovery, NYS Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Services Rick Lord, Chief of Mitigation Programs & Agency Preservation Officer, NYS Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Services In the midst of dealing with the physical and emotional toll of a major disaster, cultural stewards often have to address the damage that their facilities and/or collections have suffered. Following a major disaster, federal funding through FEMA's Public Assistance (PA) program is available to help cultural institutions recover. But the PA process is tricky to navigate, and the added stress of deadlines and paperwork may prevent eligible institutions from applying for disaster aid. This webinar will introduce the Public Assistance program and walk participants through the application process. Web Links Alliance for Response Website: http://www.heritageemergency.org/afr AIC's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/aiconservation FEMA Public Assistance Program: https://www.fema.gov/public-assistance-local-state-tribal-and-non-profit State Emergency Management Agencies: https://www.fema.gov/emergency-management-agencies DOI/NPS Secretary of the Interior’s Standards: https://www.nps.gov/tps/standards.htm DOI/NPS Secretary of the Interior’s Rehab Standards: https://www.nps.gov/tps/standards/four-treatments/treatment-rehabilitation.htm National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers: http://ncshpo.org/ Files FEMA 321 Public Assistance Policy Digest: https://www.fema.gov/media-library-data/20130726-1826-25045-4202/fema_publication_321_policy_digest_01_01_08.pdf FEMA Publication 322 Public Assistance Guide 6-1-07: https://www.fema.gov/media-library-data/20130726-1826-25045-1802/fema_publication_322_public_assistance_guide_6_1_07.pdf Alliance for Response FREE Webinar Series: http://www.heritageemergency.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Alliance-for-Response-FREE-Webinar-Series.pdf FEMA 323 Applicant Handbook: https://www.fema.gov/pdf/government/grant/pa/apphndbk.pdf
Views: 374 American Institute for Conservation
How does the plan help me prepare for retirement if i already have a pension and social security? People are living what tax deferred mean? The amount you your contributions any earnings chance to grow until withdraw money, generally in. Vesting if the plan provides for employer to encourage retirement savings, internal revenue service offers special tax incentives you use a qualified. Earnings in these accounts can accumulate either tax deferred or free. Retirement plan tax benefits explained bettermentprotective life. Make the most retirement accounts what does tax deferred mean and are advantages? The term simply means that you'll pay taxes at a later date. Dividends and interest) on all contributions are tax deferred. Taxation is deferred until withdrawal from the account following retirement. Tax benefits of 401k, ira, and other retirement plans efile. Tax iras offer tax advantages for long term retirement planning. Tax deferred retirement plans threaten savings aarp. X deferred retirement plans financial definition of tax & example without a deferral forbes. If an investor places into ira in 2000 and the account earns 2001, does not owe taxes on that 2001. The most common types of tax deferred investments include those in individual retirement accounts (iras) and annuities aug 11, 2016 a 401(k) is savings plan offered to you through your work managed by employer. Plan information faqs new york state deferred compensation plan. Advantages of tax deferred plans the balancewhat does mean? Wallethub. That is, one places a portion of his her pre tax income into retirement account that allows it to be invested. Traditional ira you can get a traditional if you're under age 70 may 29, 2015 offers tax deferred growth, meaning pay taxes on your investment gains only when make withdrawals in retirement, and, qualify, contributions be deductible, have no retirement plan at work and 1 2. You can withdraw your employee contributions plus interest any time you leave drs covered employment. Tax deferred investopedia. Instead, the investor must pay taxes when he or she withdraws money from ira, which jun 5, 2015 standard and very good advice about retirement savings is to maximize your contributions in tax deferred plans such as 401(k)s iras. H&r block29, 2015 cnn moneyinternal revenue service irs. Tax deferred pension plans include 401(k)s, 403(b)s, 457(b)s and savings incentive match for employees' individual retirement accounts. Tax deferred growth investment earnings (e. For example, in adjusted gross income will land single retirees the 15 percent bracket today. Googleusercontent search. Earn a dollar more, and they're ira, 401k, other types of reti
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Closer to home, the Buffalo School Board is acting on early retirement incentives to ease the number of budget related layoffs.
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By: Melanie Gillespie CAMBRIA TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- It's a private sector driven economy; that's what experts say when it comes to businesses blossoming, and ultimately, shutting down. However, the draw to bring business to our regioncomes with some pretty sweet deals for businesses, but high hopes for employees who are left to find a new job. As early as 2006, spanish wind energy company, Gamesa, put down roots and wind farms throughout the region. Pennsylvania has seen its white collar, blue collar jobs and under then Governor Ed Rendell a green collar industry was created with alternative renewable energy. People like Brad Krug had high hopes for what he considered a sustainable career. "I really thought you know by bringing in a whole new technology, the whole renewable energy, and that's what everyone seems to want. We want to get off foreign independence on oil and you give us something like this they don't want it or in this case, politics or politicians screwed it all up," Krug said. In 2009, lawmakers agreed to pump 800 billion dollars in federal stimulus money into the U.S. economy paired with tax incentives. Some of that was for renewable energy. The state gave $9.31 million in tax incentives for the Cambria County Gamesa site. We discovered that locally there were even bigger incentives. It came in the form of a LERTA -- or local economic revitalization tax act -- that lasted five years. Essentially, Gamesa paid taxes on the land, but not the building itself. At the county level there was $614,663 in tax breaks. Cambria township gave $246,522 in incentives. Even Central Cambria School District approved $1,284,445 in tax incentives for the energy company. "It's been a great opportunity for us to diversify the energy sector and really put us on the map internationally with bringing a wind energy company coming to our region. So it was a very positive thing and it continues to be a positive thing," JARI Executive Director Linda Thomson said. "I thought I could retire in 20-30 years and it didn't work out that way," Krug said. Layoffs at Gamesa began. In 2009, it temporarily cut its work force from 239 to 98. In 2012, Gamesa laid off the vast majority of those workers as production cooled off. Finally in January of 2014, Gamesa announced it was closing up shop for good and moving to Mexico. "To me it always goes back to the politics, I mean when Murtha was in office, the defense contractors always have jobs, but now that he's gone, you lose that backing you lose that support," Krug said. "It's disheartening when we lose a business and those employees are impacted and, unfortunately, some of those employees that were at Gamesa were impacted a second time," Debi Balog with JARI's Workforce Development said. Company executives blamed the market and economy for mass layoffs like those at Gamesa and PBS Coals. PBS Coals had its fair share of furloughs. In 2012,it laid off 255 workers and idled 5 mine sites. One year later: 134 more somerset county coal miners ended their work day without a job. "This is a private sector-driven economy. I don't care where you are. You could be in Pittsburgh and 10 companies are going out of business. This is not a Johnstown issue, it's just the way the private sector is; you're going to see companies come and go," Thomson said. It's tax breaks, federal, state and local incentives, that help bring businesses like Gamesa from foreign land to american soil. "A number of jobs have to be created within a number of years. This is not free money for anybody. This isn't taking a business and saying, 'Gee, we'd like to shower you with free dollars', that never happens," Cambria County Commissioner Doug Lengenfelder said. Incentives could also be what shuts them down. "Now, they're just going to go through with their original plan to go to that part of the country. They're just going to go to Mexico and get the added advantage of cheap labor," Krug said. Gamesa will not owe anything in reimbursements or return. It will continue to pay property taxes until the building is sold to its next potential buyer. "How do we make Cambria County attractive to business? And then you don't have to worry about businesses leaving," Lengenfelder said. Ex-employees of Gamesa were given the chance of going back to school because the company closed due to foreign trade. Krug said he is going to welding school in June to maintain a steady job and support his young family. "I've got something to fight for, something to look forward to." 6News reached out to Gamesa for comment and asked them if the company felt like they owed anything to employees or to our region because of picking up and leaving shortly after those incentives expired. A company spokesman said he had no specific comment.
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By: Christina Coleman The San Antonio Water Systme is willing to pay up to $6.7M up front as part of an early retirement incentive for its employees. The water utility's vice president of public affairs, Greg Flores, says it's worth it, We are looking at how we can reduce our costs at SAWS . If we have employees who do choose to voluntarily retire then it's very possible we can save money, up to five million dollars a year. An employee needs to have thirty years of continuous service at SAWS or be 60 years or older with at least five years under their belt to qualify. There are 248 employees that qualify for the incentive. SAWS says it can save the utility money by hiring someone they can pay less. However, some taxpayers are still skeptical. All this comes after SAWS enacted a rate hike in March of about $3.50 a month for the average customer. Also, as part of a federal settlement, SAWS is undertaking a $492M upgrade to the city's sewer system. SAWS will also pay a penalty of $2.6M for illegal raw sewage discharges. Adding more costs, just last month SAWS CEO, Robert Puente, was awarded a $72,000 bonus. Follow Christina on Twitter: @ChristinaFox29
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(Tax Cuts and Jobs Act 2018) 2018 Income Tax Changes for individuals explained! (2018 Federal Income Tax Rules) . VERY DETAILED AND EASY TO FOLLOW.... Learn about Donald Trump's new tax laws. Tax Reform 2018. 2018 Federal Income Tax Rules! Downloadable notes included below. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act bill brings numerous new changes to the world of taxes. In this video you learn how these changes may impact your personal tax return. You can follow the links here to download the spreadsheet: https://www.dropbox.com/s/7q0595b3kt9jv5t/2018%20tax%20updates.xlsx?dl=0 Video Outline and Time Stamps so you can quickly jump to any topic: • Regarding filing your tax return as of 4/15/18 - 0:52 • References used to create spreadsheet - 1:39 • The actual tax bill - 2:07 • The 2018 Federal Income Tax Bracket Rates - 3:40 • About your payroll withholdings - 4:40 • Changes to the 2018 standard deducatoin - 5:04 • 2018 Personal Exemptions - 5:46 • Child tax credit rules for 2018 - 7:36 • 2018 State and local tax law changes - 8:20 • 2018 Mortgage interest deductions - 10:03 • 2018 Miscellaneous itemized deductions - 12:03 • 2018 Education and 401(K) Rules - 12:47 • Alimony rules for 2019 - 14:06 • 2018 Federal Estate Tax Exemption - 15:42 • Alternative Minimum Tax - 18:59 • Affordable care act tax penalties - 19:32 • 2018 Capital Gains, Charitable Contributions, Moving expenses, etc - 20:26 Check out some of our other videos and playlists here: ♦ Investing in the stock market!: https://goo.gl/yVAoES ♦ Save money, budget, build wealth and improve your financial position at any age: https://goo.gl/E97nJj ♦ Learn more about how federal income taxes work: https://goo.gl/D1hCX1 ♦ Ways to improve your life at any age: https://goo.gl/uq72bu Subscribe for our future weekly videos. New videos typically every Sunday or Wednesday. Do not forget to help out a friend and share this information with them as well. About me: I'm passionate about helping people build wealth by learning more about personal finances, investing and taxes. My mission is to help people improve their financial position career and life. I also enjoy teaching others about the accounting profession, tech tips, and helping people overcome challenges in their everyday life as well as their career. You can find our content on other internet planets such as....... My Website: Moneyandlifetv.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mkchip123 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/moneyandlifetv/ ***Disclaimer*** All of the information in this video is presented for educational purposes only and should not be taken as financial, tax, or investing advice by any means. I am not a financial adviser. Although I am a CPA I cannot advise someone for tax purposes without knowing their complete tax situation. You should always do your own research before implementing new ideas or strategies. If you are unsure of what to do you should consider consulting with a financial adviser or tax accountant such as an Enrolled Agent, or Certified Public Accountant in the area in which you live. Thanks for taking time to check out this video, and our channel. Have a great day and we will see you in the next video!
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Long Beach City Council Meeting held on 04/03/18 at 7PM. This video is provided by the LongBeachCOA. On the agenda: PUBLIC HEARING: Resolution Granting Waiver of Off-Street Parking Requirements Re: Premises 68 West Park Avenue, (street floor), Long Beach, New York. Re: Tobacco/Vape Convenience Store 1. Resolution Granting Waiver of Off-Street Parking Requirements Re: Premises 68 West Park Avenue, (street floor), Long Beach, New York. Re: Tobacco/Vape Convenience Store 2. Resolution Authorizing Settlement of an Action Brought by the City of Long Beach Against Ilya Kagan and Polina Kagan. Legislative Memo: The Corporation Counsel brought suit against Ilya Kagan and Polina Kagan for property damage sustained by a City vehicle in an accident. The attorneys on behalf of the City have reviewed said action and have negotiated a settlement in the amount of $40,000 to be paid to the City. 3. Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Enter into an Agreement for Engineering Services for the Long Beach Drainage Improvements Project and to Amend the Budget. Legislative Memo: Specific areas within Long Beach were identified by the New York Rising Community Reconstruction Program as chronic flood areas. The City has been notified of funding approval for this project. The purpose of this resolution is to: 1. Select an engineering services firm; 2. Establish a new appropriations line to enable payment of GOSR funds to the engineering services firm; and 3. Amend the budget in anticipation of and contingent upon receipt of said funds. 4. Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Enter into an Agreement for Construction Administration and Inspection Services for the Establishment of an Office of Emergency Management for the City of Long Beach and to Amend the Budget. Legislative Memo: The New York Rising Community Reconstruction Program identified the need for an OEM to be established within our City. The purpose of this resolution is to: 1. Select an engineering services firm; 2. Establish a new appropriations line to enable payment of GOSR funds to the engineering services firm; and 3. Amend the budget in anticipation of and contingent upon receipt of said funds. 5. Resolution Authorizing the City Manager and the City Comptroller to Transfer Funds within the 2017-2018 Budget. Legislative Memo: Every year in order to prepare for the closing of the budget cycle, a Council resolution is placed on the Agenda giving the City Manager and the City Comptroller the authority to transfer unexpended funds within the current fiscal year. ITEM #6 Tabled 6. Resolution Delegating to the City Comptroller of the City of Long Beach, Nassau County, New York the Powers to Authorize the Issuance of $4,000,000 Tax Anticipation Notes of Said City, or So Much Thereof as May be Necessary, in Anticipation of the Collection of Taxes Levied for the Fiscal Year Commencing July 1, 2018, and to Prescribe the Terms, Form and Contents, and Provide for the Sale and Credit Enhancement of Such Notes. Legislative Memo: The City’s recovery from Superstorm Sandy is still felt today. This short term cash flow note is in anticipation of the receipt of approved FEMA and New York State funds associated with the boardwalk reconstruction. 7. Resolution Authorizing Publication for Hearing of an Ordinance Authorizing Financing for Cost of Separation Payments To or For the Benefit of Employees of the City, Stating the Estimated Total Cost Thereof is $2,100,000, Appropriating Said Amount Therefor, and Authorizing the Issuance of Not to Exceed $2,100,000 Bonds of Said City to Finance Said Appropriation. Legislative Memo: This bond issue funds separation payouts due and owing to employees, and to otherwise fund early retirement incentive programs, among other financial commitments and obligations.
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A member of the Retirement Ad Hoc Committee asks about TERI employees who continue working for the state and have to pay into the retirement system even after their benefits have ended. "Do you know of any retirement system anywhere in the world where people pay money into it and don't get any benefit from it?" Rep. B. R. Skelton (R-Pickens) asks.
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ALBANY -- Governor Andrew Cuomo is offering no taxes, period, to any new businesses willing to open shop in New York State.In a plan out lined Wednesday, Cuomo is calling for no sales, property, business or corporate taxes for any new company that comes to New York State. Under the plan the owner of the company and its employees would not subject to state income tax.The catch? Only certain areas of the state will be eligible for the new businesses to locate. Pushing the public/private partnership like UAlbany has with the nano scale industry, the governor's plan would give tax breaks to companies who open shop or relocate within so many square feet of a SUNY or private college. The governor made the announcement Wednesday at UAlbany. Companies with a relationship to the academic mission of the university are eligible for the tax exemption, according to Cuomo. Any company that opens within 200,000 square feet to a SUNY or community college campus or within three million square feet of a private college will be eligible.There are also 20 strategically located state owned properties eligible for the incentive.
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OKLAHOMA CITY -- State Rep. Leslie Osborn said conservative policy should include fair compensation for a quality state employee workforce. "A well-compensated workforce that is efficient is a reasonable idea for a fiscal conservative to look at," Osborn, R-Mustang. "As lawmakers, we are responsible for the recruitment and retention of the highest performing members of the workforce to deliver core state services." Oklahoma Secretary of Finance and Revenue Preston Doerflinger said he opposes across-the-board pay increases and longevity-based pay, but supports an appropriate level of compensation based on performance appraisals, and believes it is necessary to recruit high performers. Doerflinger said lawmakers should strive to pay state employees 75-85 percent of the private sector market value of their position in order to be competitive. The state has consistently lost ground on competitive compensation, according to Lucinda Meltabarger, state administrator of human capital management. As of fiscal year 2011, classified state employees are paid about 19.17 percent below market value. Meltabarger said not all positions are paid equally in relation to the market. For example, IT professionals are paid about $20,000 more at certain local oil companies than at the state, she said. An ideal turnover rate might be about 5 percent, Meltabarger said. According to Ron Wilson, state director of talent management, the fiscal year 2011 voluntary turnover rate for classified state employees was approximately 10 percent. The state loses $68 million annually due to turnover, he said. Meltabarger recommended a more thorough study of state benefits to get a sense of their true value to potential employees rather than their cost to the state. Oklahoma Department of Transportation Deputy Director and Chief Financial Officer Mike Patterson said it is difficult to recruit for the agency's positions requiring the highest level of training or education. Highly trained agency employees are generally paid between 25-40 percent below the market value of their positions. Oklahoma Treasurer Ken Miller said his office has trouble recruiting employees. He said as conservative lawmakers continue to reduce the size of state government, some of the savings should be used to recruit quality employees. Jonathan Small, policy analyst for the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs, said the state's retirement system is outdated and encourages early retirement. Small recommended that the state move to a defined contribution plan for all new state employees. Another factor that affects turnover is employment security, especially with unclassified positions. "I definitely agree that there are a number of jobs and classifications that need pay raises," said Small. "However, we need to understand that we will never be able to match private sector pay. I think we should try to get close as we restructure our benefit design." Small recommended statutory changes that would increase the flexibility agency heads have to provide compensation on a per job, per employee basis; allow for one-time bonuses; modernize the state benefit structure; and remove onerous barriers to compensation systems based on performance. Small specifically highlighted the need for competitive pay and benefits for corrections employees. Oklahoma Public Employees Association Executive Director Sterling Zearley noted that entry-level child welfare specialists are paid on average at 23 percent below the market and that corrections officers begin at $11.83 per hour while an oil field worker is generally paid $25 per hour. Zearley said he believes state employee pay should be 90 percent of market value, partially because benefits have been gradually reduced. He said he agrees with proposals to modernize benefits and move towards a performance-based system.
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On this episode of This Week in Richmond host David Bailey is joined by Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles Commissioner Richard D. Holcomb and Secretary of Finance Aubrey L. Layne, Jr.
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04/19/2018 DPS Commission Session - All Industries
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The media has failed ask basic questions about the economic thinking — and business record — of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, says Pulitzer-prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston, author of The Making of Donald Trump. The economic vision that’s being offered on the campaign trail has bee crafted with Trump’s peerless salesmanship. Johnston’s book relies on extensive reporting of interviews, public statements, court records and financial statements to build an argument that Trump’s vision is based on what he believes voters want to hear, but has little relationship to his own — or America’s — reality. Credits: Matthew Kulvicki, Nick Alpha
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A/Prof Frank Jotzo from the Australian National University is an expert in the area of climate change and one of the lead authors of the third working group of The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. He discussed the scientific evidence regarding climate change, the temperature predictions over the next decades, as well as the associated risks. Possible policy actions combating climate change and the prospects of international cooperation were also discussed. May 8, 2014. Web: https://crawford.anu.edu.au/people/academic/frank-jotzo and www.janlibich.com.
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The December 12, 2017 WISE webinar, Debunking 3 Biggest Myths about Disability Benefits and Work, addressed the 3 most common myths about the program and answered questions like: • Will I have a medical Continuing Disability Review if I use my Ticket? • What happens to my healthcare coverage if I start working? • What happens if I need to stop working due to my disability? Moderators: • Ms. Brittany Taylor, NDI Consulting • Ms. Nancy Boutot, MS, NDI Consulting Presenters: • Elizabeth Jennings, National Disability Institute • Debbie Baker, Florida Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
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SARATOGA SPRINGS - After 23 years of service, the Saratoga Springs Police Chief has announced his retirementPolice Chief Christopher J. Cole has announced his retirement from the department near the end of May.It is with mixed emotions that I announce my retirement from the department that has literally been a part of my life since I was a child. Saratoga has seen many changes over the years but one thing that has remained constant is the dedication of the men and women who have chosen law enforcement as their chosen profession. Our citizens should be extremely proud of the work our police officers do on a daily basis -much of it unseen or unheard and always unsung. Their efforts ensure that Saratoga Springs will continue to thrive as both a vibrant and safe community as well as a national travel destination.Although my retirement closes the door on this chapter of my career, other doors are opening. I have decided that I would like to pursue those other new opportunities while I am still young and energetic.I want to thank the members of the public for supporting our department and just as importantly, I would like to extend a sincere thank you to all of the members of the department - young and old, active and retired -who have supported, mentored and advised me through the years. It has been an honor and privilege to work with each one of you. said Chief Cole.
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Leaders, scholars, and policymakers from multiple sectors and agencies assembled on Friday, June 1, 2018 to discuss working together to improve the systems and opportunities that support vulnerable youth in NYC and beyond. The "Working Across Sectors to Support Vulnerable Youth to Schools: Research Practice Partnerships at the Intersection of Multiple Agencies" summit was structured around three panel discussions: 1) Immigration, 2) Juvenile Justice, and 3) Special Education and Mental Health. This is a video of the Special Education and Mental Health panel discussion. Panelists included: - Dr. Michael Lindsey, Director, McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research, and Constance and Martin Silver Professor of Poverty Studies, NYU - Dr. Natasha Strassfeld, Assistant Professor of Special Education, NYU - Scott Bloom, LCSW-R, Director of School Mental Health Services, Office of School Health, NYC Department of Education and NYC Department of Health & Mental Hygiene - Kim Sweet, Executive Director, Advocates for Children of New York - Bryant Hopkins, IES-PIRT fellow and PhD student in the Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service, NYU The summit was co-sponsored by NYU’s Institute of Human Development and Social Change (IHDSC), the IES-funded Pre-doctoral Interdisciplinary Research Training program (PIRT), the Center for Practice and Research at the Intersection of Information, Society, and Methodology (PRIISM), and NYU’s Strategies to Reduce Inequality (SRI) initiative.
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This show is available at no cost to public access and non-profit community stations! Contact your local channels and let them know you would like them to add Economic Update to their programming. Let us know if you've reached out: firstname.lastname@example.org Support the show! Become an EU patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/economicupdate Economic Update: [S8 E8] Hidden Failures of Capitalism THIS WEEK'S TOPICS (w/timestamps): 01:43 - Updates on Europe's higher labor force participation; 05:29 - NY Governor Cuomo’s campaign is faking "small donations;” 07:26 - U.S. restaurants decline as pinched incomes force home delivery of food; 10:36 - how the "market" housing system causes homelessness; 12:45 - and how the U.S. educational system fails to overcome a racial wealth gap. . 15:08 - SPECIAL GUESTS: Interview with Dr. Harriet Fraad on the causes and consequences of US declining fertility rate. To watch the second half of the interview, please visit us at https://www.patreon.com/economicupdate Follow us ONLINE: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/economicupdate Websites: http://www.democracyatwork.info/economicupdate http://www.rdwolff.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EconomicUpdate http://www.facebook.com/RichardDWolff http://www.facebook.com/DemocracyatWrk Twitter: http://twitter.com/profwolff http://twitter.com/democracyatwrk Instagram: http://instagram.com/democracyatwrk Subscribe to our podcast: http://economicupdate.libsyn.com Shop our Store: http://bit.ly/2JkxIfy ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Dr Harriet Fraad is a Mental Health Counselor and hypnotherapist in private practice in New York City. Her work explores the intersections of American personal, economic and political life. Her most recent articles appeared in Alternet, (2018) and the Book Knowledge Class and Economics: Marxism Without Guarantees (2018). She appears regularly on the radio/TV show Economic Update and also appears on such shows as Redacted Tonight with Lee Camp on RT TV. Her work can be found on her website harrietfraad.com.
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“Disturbing” is one word that Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray used to describe PSEG Long Island’s failure to disclose important data associated with the utility’s recent rate increase proposal. In a letter sent to local representatives of the New York State Senate and Assembly, Murray detailed her dismay with the utility’s actions and called on the state elected officials to amend a law that permits PSEG executives to hide their salaries and other compensation from the public’s view. Murray discussed the letter today during a press conference, where she was joined by Town Clerk Nasrin Ahmad, Receiver of Taxes Don Clavin and the Long Island Business Council’s Richard Bivone (Nassau County Co-Chair). Murray’s letter was sent in response to PSEG Long Island’s proposal to increase rates, presently under the review of the New York State Department of Public Service (DPS). The power provider’s proposal did not disclose salary of key high-level executives and other key compensation figures, including employee bonuses, incentive compensation, “golden parachutes,” retirement information and other pertinent data. The utility claims it is not required to disclose the executive compensation under the state’s LIPA Reform Act. “It is disturbing that the utility has apparently sought to secret certain information sought by New York State’s Department of Public Service (DPS), which is reviewing the power provider’s proposal for a rate increase,” Murray said. “I am outraged by the arrogance and lack of responsiveness on the part of the administration at PSEG Long Island as they have clearly been stonewalling the state authority which is considering the utility’s rate increase proposal.” “Indeed, today I respectfully call for state legislation to compel PSEG Long Island to reveal executive compensation data to the public,” the Supervisor added. “Utility rate increases impact both business owners and residents,” Bivone said. “As fellow rate payers, we all deserve to know where our dollars are going.” Murray explained that ratepayers deserve full transparency, since residents in the company’s service area have “few if any practical alternatives to paying utility bills replete with PSEG rate increases.” “Our ratepayers/taxpayers fund the salaries of these individuals, and they have a right to know,” Murray said. “Accordingly, I am respectfully calling upon state officials to amend the law that allows PSEG executives to hide their salaries and other compensation from the public’s view.”
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For more news & info on NYSID Alumni, visit http://www.nysidalumni.org Enough - by N. Barry Greenhouse For Verses, click 'Show More' below Please, no more, I've heard quite enough. Could anyone take anymore of this stuff? It's my time to retire. I didn't leave in a huff. But these poems are sickening. Is my critique too rough? Hate to see me leave, that's clear as it can be. The thought of you still tied to work, while I am out there free. I guess I must explain my quitting though it drives me up a tree. Simply left after many years because I must be me. Before I go any further, let me thank Wayne and Kathleen. I'm touched and won't say anything that might come out as mean. Thank you all for coming. It's good to be here seen by my peers as King for a Day, or is that always Queen? It's time to thank my Supers and those to whom I owe the job I had for fifteen years. It's great to never grow. Don Gabey who noticed me and took me undertow. Al Lewis, who let me be his assistant. Me, a perfect schmoe. Jim Corcoran, chose to keep me on through all his trials and foes. Wendy Cooper never did say yes, but never told me no. Sal Curiale, suffered me, along with his blues and woes. And finally, Ed Mull, who gave me, an incentive just to go. Some things I've done I'm proud of, I'll mention just a few. Helping a guy walk the World Trade Center towers, being part of his crew. First Life guide with Irving Burton, we wrote some and he drew. Bringing coventions into New York, pretty big ones too. Working with some of the best people anyone ever knew. How I wound up in that sleazy bar, I haven't got a clue. So what will I do now? That's what most who ask. Maybe just eat freebies, sleazy bars, and drink out of a flask. Find a sunny beach, to just hang out and bask. Do anything I want to, try on different masks Linda and I do plan to travel, so we must find a way to see the world together without too much to pay. I might write or even paint, who can really say? What's important is still being free the end of every day. It's scary of course, to re-enter a world forbidding and gray. But you can't always remain in fear of jumping in the fray. Is three decades enough to give? Who here would dare say nay? Just wish me luck, and send me off, and don't forget to pray. So far, it's like I just changed roles in some surreal flick and now I must figure out my part and how to make it click. Here's to those who had the nerve to take some of their schtick. I'm in awe and grateful to even those who made me sick. Well now I'm going on a bit, I haven't been real quick. The clock is running, I'm still here, and you can hear it tick. I'd like to be remembered beyond slick rhyming tricks. I hope you'll feel as Arlene said, "I really miss that prick."
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Beverage Distributors -www.jpspc.com Proud Members of the National Beer Wholesalers Association. JGS was retained by its first beverage distributorship in 1970. Since then, we have become recognized leaders in providing accounting, tax and consulting services to this dynamic industry. Our approach is a simple one... offer knowledge, insights, objectivity and financial advice using an internal database of financial information related to beverage distributors that we have developed over more than three decades. We have more than 30 years of experience in servicing beverage distributors, including: Accounting, Auditing & Tax Services Distributorship Valuations Brand Acquisitions: Fair Market Value vs. Fair Value vs. Incremental Value Negotiating Mergers, Sales & Acquisitions of Territories Evaluating the Impact of Price Changes & Rebates Evaluating Profit by Product Line Preparation of Annual and Long-Term Operating Budgets Analysis of Ownership Structures Structuring Incentive Compensation Packages Revenue Enhancement & Expense Control Strategies Estate Planning, Retirement Planning, Succession Planning & Family Transfers Fleet buy versus lease evaluations Controlling Fleet Operating Costs Implementation & Evaluation of Software Applications We work hand-in-hand with our beverage distributors in each of these areas, while at the same time providing ongoing guidance in overall financial management. About Frank Giordano - Frank Giordano III, CPA is a shareholder of Judelson, Giordano & Siegel, CPA, PC and has been with the firm since 1991. Frank is an expert in management advisory services and information technology. He has assisted new clients and startup businesses in implementing complete accounting packages including both hardware and software. He has also helped existing clients to upgrade to new and more sophisticated accounting programs. Frank has become an outsourced controller when there have been important changes in personnel to retrain new employees and keep the accounting department functioning without interruption. Frank's accounting niche is beverage distributors. He has also advised manufacturers, wholesalers and professional service providers. Frank received his Bachelor of Science degree in accounting and finance from Pace University. He is a member of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
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At the University at Buffalo, President Obama discusses his plan to make college more affordable, tackle rising costs, and improve value for students and their families.
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C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium 2017: Well-designed policies and regulations are vital in encouraging development of better energy infrastructure, fully realizing the potential of advanced energy technologies, and delivering the most value to consumers. We will hear from public sector leaders at the state and city levels who are developing forward-looking policies that address concerns with our current energy infrastructure. Moderator: Lisa Frantzis, senior vice president, 21st Century Energy System, Advanced Energy Economy, and U.S. C3E Ambassador Panelists: Alicia Barton, president and CEO, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority Frances Koncilja, commissioner, Public Utilities Commission, Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies Senator Pat Spearman, Nevada State Senate ___ The U.S. C3E Awards recognize outstanding mid-career women who are advancing clean, renewable sources of energy, related technologies, or clean energy policy. Learn more at http://c3eawards.org.
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Trisha Ocona Francis is a decorated real estate professional and member of the NYS Real Estate Board. She came by the Google NYC office to present strategies for safe home buying and investing, and share her experience in the real estate industry.
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NY POST ADIOS, NEW YORK By TOM GOLISANO May 20, 2009 -- I LOVE New York. But how much should it cost to call New York home? Decades of out-of-control budgets, spending hikes and relentless borrowing have made New York simply too expensive. Politicians like to talk about incentives -- for businesses to relocate, for example, or to get folks to buy local. After reviewing the new budget, I have identified the most compelling incentive of all: a major tax break immedi ately available to all New Yorkers. To be eligible, you need do only one thing: move out of New York state. Last week I spent 90 minutes doing a couple of simple things -- registering to vote, changing my driver's license, filling out a domicile certificate and signing a homestead certificate -- in Florida. Combined with spending 184 days a year outside New York, these simple procedures will save me over $5 million in New York taxes annually. By moving to Florida, I can spend that $5 million on worthy causes, like better hospitals, improving education or the Clinton Global Initiative. Or maybe I'll continue to invest it in fighting the status quo in Albany. One thing's certain: That money won't continue to fund Albany's bloated bureaucracy, corrupt politicians and regular special-interest handouts. How did the state get to this point? By spending, spending and spending some more. * New York's budget was $72.7 billion in 1999. Ten years later it ballooned to $131.8 billion. Each year, on average, the budget has risen at an astounding 6 percent compounded annual rate -- more than dou ble inflation (2.8 percent). * Medicaid spending alone works out to $2,283 for every man, woman and child in the state. That's the highest in the nation and twice the national average. In the last decade, the Medicaid budget grew 50 percent (from $30 billion in 1999 to $45 billion in 2009). In almost every sector (hospitals, nursing homes, medicine, clinics and home and community care), spending per recipient regularly exceeds the national average. Faced with escalating costs and diminishing returns, Albany and its allies -- that is, the health-care unions (SEIU Local 1199 has more than 300,000 members, many of whom are politically active) -- have only one answer: increase taxes. * New York spends the most, per pupil, in the nation on education. Our education spending is 63 percent above the national average. Costs went up about 70 percent in the last decade (from $12.7 billion in 1999 to $21.8 billion in 2009). Like health care, education is something worth spending on and worth investing in, but we're spending more and getting less. New York City schools graduated only 54 percent of high-school students in 2007; Buffalo, just 47 percent, and Rochester 39 percent. Why do we keep spending more? Perhaps it's because New York teachers unions spend millions convincing Albany to spend more. And when faced with potential cuts, the union and its allies had one response: increase taxes. * Nor is it just Albany. After all, local governments tax, too. In New York, the average total state and local tax burden is $5,260 for every man, woman and child. That's by far the highest in the country. And like Albany, when faced with problems, municipalities have one answer: increase taxes. Upstate New York has been particularly hard hit. Add unreasonable real-estate taxes to uncontrolled state spending, and you wind up with whole communities decimated. An unworkable assessment process compounds the problem further. The result: Fifteen of the 20 highest-taxed counties in America are right here in Upstate New York. While homeowners in other areas build equity, we just pay more taxes. This problem didn't begin with the current recession. New York faced a $6 billion shortfall before the economic downturn. However, in the face of economic turmoil, Gov. Paterson, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and Senate Majority Leader Malcolm Smith looked to the unions and special interests, who answered with one voice: raise taxes. That was irresponsible -- and may just prove to be counterproductive, since the top 1 percent of earners account for about 50 percent of state revenue and are the ones who can and will leave. Among other hikes in taxes and fees, they raised the marginal tax rate on the most successful (and most mobile) New Yorkers to 8.97 percent, the second-highest rate in the nation. Bottom line? By domiciling in Florida, which has no personal-income tax, I will save $13,800 every day. That's a pretty strong incentive. Like I said, I love New York. But I'm not going to pay any more for the waste, corruption and inefficiency that is New York state government. Tom Golisano is the board chairman of Paychex, Inc., and the founder of Resp
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Moral Foundations of Politics (PLSC 118) Professor Shapiro transitions today to the third and final section of the course, an in-depth look at democracy and its institutions. According to him, democracy is the most successful at delivering on the mature Enlightenment's twin promises to recognize individual rights as the ultimate political good and to base politics on some kind of commitment to objective knowledge. And interestingly, democracy as a tradition was not made famous by its champions, but rather by its critics. Today, Professor Shapiro guides the class through the writings of Plato, Tocqueville, Madison, and Dahl. He zeroes in specifically on American democracy and such concepts as tyranny of the majority, factionalism, and checks and balances. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction and Last Class Recap 02:39 - Chapter 2. Democracy and Fear of Majority Tyranny 16:19 - Chapter 3. Madison and the Constitution: Majority Tyranny and Factions 38:03 - Chapter 4. Veto Points Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Spring 2010.
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Local 338 helps the working class accomplish the "American Dream" by supporting the "Employee Free Act" that is designed to help all workers.
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Broomfield Police Hiring 19 New Officers Apply now at http://Broomfield.org/Jobs As Broomfield continues to grow, the Broomfield Police Department is hiring 19 new positions; 11 detention center officers and 8 patrol officers. The salary range for detention officers is around $53,000 to $75,000 per year and $55,000 to $79,000 per year for patrol officers. “We’re looking forward to expanding the Broomfield Police Department team both in the detention center and on the streets,” says Chief Gary Creager. “Broomfield is a great place to live and a great place to work with career development opportunities, excellent benefits, community support and a culture of respect, trust and compassion.” The Broomfield Police Department is a community-oriented department guided by a strong vision and organizational values that help Broomfield enjoy one of the lowest crime rates in the state of Colorado. Values include compassion, integrity, pride, professionalism, respect, service and trust. Learn more about the Broomfield Police Department at http://Broomfield.org/Police.
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Michael Gray interviews John Olagues of Truth In Options about employee stock option basics, focusing on non-qualified stock options for Financial Insider Weekly. Part 2 of 2 includes why there's a value to stock options at grant. http://www.financialinsiderweekly.com
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Equity bank has hinted at scaling up it’s digital banking division even as the lender seeks to grow her customer base into the last quarter of the year. The bank which announced a net profit of 15.1 billion shillings in its quarter three results says it remains optimistic of better prospects in it’s full year results despite the sector facing major headwinds. The bank’s ceo James Mwangi noted that the bank was no longer keen in expanding her branch network but instead build on it’s ICT platform. The bank is eyeing at doubling it’s agency business operations to offer consumers convenience at a time the country’s banking sector is undergoing major developments. The industry is now experiencing a transition following the enactment into law of the law capping interest rates at 14%. So far three banks namely family, Sidian and Nigerian owned eco bank have downsized in staff and branch size. Eco bank has disclosed it plans to close down seven branches while Sidian bank has already made public a decision to fire 108 employees to cut down on it’s operational expenses. Central bank of Kenya has reiterated that the banking sector remains robust despite the shocks. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more great videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/KTNClassics Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KTNNews Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KTNNewsKenya For more great content go to http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/ktnnews and download our apps: http://std.co.ke/apps/#android KTN News is a leading 24-hour TV channel in Eastern Africa with its headquarters located along Mombasa Road, at Standard Group Centre. This is the most authoritative news channel in Kenya and beyond.
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Craig Harris, investigative reporter for the Arizona Republic discusses the state's pension systems. Arizona State Treasurer Doug Ducey, discusses issues with state public employee pensions and how they are working to reform them. Tom Burke, director of finance for Pima County government talks about the impact of public employee pension funds on county budgeting. And John Kavanagh, Arizona State Representatives, discusses the importance in pension reform.
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