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Social Security and You

There’s a Reason for All the Rules

Image by Gillian Callison from Pixabay Sometimes readers take me to task for not explaining a particular facet of the law when I write a column about some Social Security topic or another. I usually respond by pointing out that if I tried to cover every “if, and or but” associated with whatever Social Security

Gaming

How to Bet Legally and Responsibly on Super Bowl LVI

Plan on placing a wager this weekend? Make sure to bet legally and responsibly. “In just a few days, the Cincinnati Bengals and the Los Angeles Rams will be kicking off Super Bowl LVI. The Super Bowl is one of the most popular events in the world, making it one of the most popular events

Prescott National Forest

Christmas tree permits available online through Recreation.gov starting October 14

Christmas tree permits for the Prescott National Forest will be available for purchase starting on October 14, 2021.  This season 500 permits will be available to purchase online through Recreation.gov and 100 permits will be available at district offices.  Details about designated cutting areas, dates and types of trees that may be cut may be found here

Opinion

Opinion – Joining the Ranks of the Self-Employed: My Three Simple Rules

The post-COVID aftershocks are many. But a most interesting one to me is the trend towards self-employment. A recent survey conducted by Intuit reported that 28 percent of U.S. workers are self-employed and growing. Since I’ve been self-employed for 21 years, it’s a good time to share lessons learned. I still remember the day I

Sports betting

ADG Preparing Rules to Quickly and Responsibly Implement New Gaming Opportunities

The Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG) has begun drafting rules for new forms of gaming in Arizona following Governor Doug Ducey’s signing of historic legislation and an amended Tribal-State Gaming Compacts (Compacts). These actions pave the way for modernized gaming in Arizona and will soon generate millions of dollars in new revenue for essential public

Politics

Report: Arizona teens paid to file social media posts for campaigns

Facebook and Twitter opened investigations this week into a number of Arizona teenagers’ social media accounts for operating fraudulent profiles and spreading misinformation in support of the Trump campaign, reportedly for pay. The campaign was first reported by the Washington Post, which said Wednesday that Phoenix-based Turning Point Action recruited teenagers to take part in

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