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This has been one of the busiest months for Fraud Watch. It began with reports of counterfeit products, moved to fraudulent disaster relief, and now focuses on one ofthe most extensive data breaches in American history. Late last week, Equifax, one … more
Are you prepared for the solar eclipse? Well I am, and the special binoculars were a steal for only $19.95 on line. They came with free shipping and a second pair since I ordered them as soon as I saw the promotion. Good deal? Well it just may be … more
The Vermont Department of Public Safety has earned two reputations of late — one good and the other bad.First, the good reputation: The department recruits and employs dedicated public servants who are willing to put themselves in harm's way … more
The recent report in the Manchester Journal regarding the sharp rise in Manchester's local option tax revenue for the second quarter of this year is an acknowledgement that the $25,000 investment made by Manchester taxpayers to the Manchester … more
I am not aware of any place where one could find out how Vermont high school graduates have fared five to ten years after graduating from our state's high schools. I suspect that such information might be archived at several of the state's … more
The next generation of massive consumers and customers is represented by the Millennial traveler, tourist, shopper and citizen. They range from the ages of 17 to 37 years old, give or take. They also represent 93 million people in the United States … more
Buried deep in the U.S. Tax Code is Section 531. It is there that resides a dreaded tax for corporations - the Accumulated Earnings Tax. The 20 percent tax (penalty) is applied to excess corporate earnings that are being held by a company for no … more
There are a lot of people in the world; 7.5 billion to be exact. Most of these 7.5 billion people are nice people who want nothing more than to live their life in peace and tranquility. Then there are the evil others. Evil people tend to make the … more
Over the past four weeks, just two hurricanes have cost the country upwards of $300 billion. This has easily surpassed the 2005 hurricane cost of $200 billion, which included Katrina, Wilma and Rita … more
On July 20 Gov. Phil Scott issued an executive order creating a 21-member Climate Action Commission. Scott named as co-chairs his Deputy Secretary of Natural Resources Peter Walke and Vermont Council … more
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