About a decade ago, the Internal Revenue Service launched an initiative targeting “high net worth families.” This project was designed to look well beyond just the individual 1040s of the nation’s very wealthy to their related entities including private foundations.
As I look at the workplaces that have remained remote, versus the ones who couldn’t wait to get back to “normal”, I suspect this has a lot to do with the difference: “The Covid-19 crisis has distanced people from the
The latest and greatest Wi-Fi spec is Wi-Fi 6. We’ve seen a few devices being sold over the last several months, but there’s about to be a big splash to the market with the next release of eero. According to
Hurts when it is close to home and involves your grandchildren.
As the Washington Post reported on September 11, hackers successfully attacked the Fairfax County Public Schools computer system in Virginia and placed ransomware on some of its systems.
The last few weeks have yielded a number of interesting developments in the Federal courts.
FEDERAL COURTS OF APPEAL
In re Flint Water Cases
Several local and State of Michigan officials, including the former governor,
Emily Mooney has this effective new commentary at Politico headlined “We Already Have a Tool That Lowers Crime, Saves Money and Shrinks the Prison Population.” Here are excerpts:
In America, individuals released from prison often return to crime. One study