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In this episode of Epilepsy.com's Hallway Conversations, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Editor-in-Chief of Epilepsy.com, interviews Gregory Krauss MD, Professor of Neurology at Johns Hopkins University Medical School about commercial drivers licenses for drivers with epilepsy.
The Federal Motor Carriers Administration recently decided to accept a medical expert panel recommendations on commercial driving. Commercial CVDL licensure can now be considered for drivers who are seizure free whether on or off antiepilepsy medications for 8 years.
Is your business protected? Businesses without a security system, according to statistics, are three times more likely to be a target for breakins than businesses that do. 90% of police officers believe that a properly secured business deters theives. A good security plan and system put in place pays for itself. Join us for this two part series sponsored by ASG Security.
Formed in 2002, ASG Security has quickly become a leading provider of reliable security for commercial and residential. Our guest Kris Holmes, Security Consultant for ASG Security, has been in this industry for over 7 years assisting residential and small business owners with needs in regards to monitored security systems and surveillance cameras to protect their assets, families and employees.
Kris will be providing information regarding how a business is targeted, the costs to a company that suffers a breakin, and the new technology that is available in the industry. He will also be covering how new technology will give you the ability to turn of lights, change the thermostat, and keep that cleaning service honest all through remote access of your security system! He will also be taking questions LIVE from our call in guests. So please join us for an information packed broadcast focused on protecting your business.
Grab your pen and paper for this broadcast! You will want to take notes!
Join host Tanya M. Dixon for another exciting edition of ART Imitates LIFE Radio Show as she welcomes Legendary R&B Group HI-FIVE to the “AIL Spotlight”! We’ll speak with the group about their long history and successes in the music industry, the trials and tribulations of the group members, and the resurgence of Hi-Five with a new single and EP!
We’ll check in with the AIL Team for “Hot Off the Press” and Fitness Mike will bring us “Healthy Lifestyles”! In the 2nd hour of the show, in light of the untimely death and “apparent suicide” of comedian/actor Robin Williams—"The Living Room" forum will highlight the topic, “Are Celebrities Happier than Non-Celebrities? Does money give celebs a greater freedom of choice or potential for loneliness?”
Call us during the live show at (347) 945-7191!
Affordable Care Act a boon for some small businesses
May 10, 2014 8:03 PM
By Bill Toland / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Bob Goldstein, a certified public accountant, knows his math — but he still couldn’t believe the numbers.
At his small accounting firm last year, health insurance for him, his wife and his handful of employees was costing $8,574 a month — or $102,888 for a full year of Highmark premiums.
That was before the Affordable Care Act took full effect. Now, premiums for his employees are costing $1,841 a month, or a bit more than $22,000 a year.
Annual savings? Nearly $81,000.
“Anybody who has less than 50 people would be crazy not to look at” individual insurance plans for employees purchased through, or alongside, the new health insurance marketplace, the Point Breeze CPA said.
Much has been made about how the Affordable Care Act will affect small businesses. A February report from the federal government said more would see premiums increase, rather than decrease, under the new pricing and ratings systems put in place by the ACA.
All new small-group policies are now treated like individual policies, and each employee — and covered family member — is rated and priced separately based on age, gender, place of residence and smoking habits. Those individual premiums are added up, and the small business pays the bill
Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/#ixzz3AZR7MqLf
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