"Safety has come a long way in this sport," four-time NASCAR champion and Fox NASCAR announcer Jeff Gordon said Monday after Newman was taken to the hospital. "But sometimes we are reminded that it is a very dangerous sport. Our thoughts and prayers right now are with Ryan Newman and his family." … [Read more...] about A NASCAR driver survived a horrifying crash. Here are the safety measures that may have helped
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It could be ‘advantage smaller banks’ with the government proposing higher insurance cover for depositors and a number of mutual funds taking a hit due to defaults and downgrades in the past couple of years. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in her second Budget proposed to raise the insurance cover on bank deposits to Rs 5 lakh from Rs 1 lakh at present. This may not augment deposits for big banks that are already safe, but smaller lenders may see more seekers for their fixed deposit products. “Small banks always offered higher rates, but people were worried about putting money there because their business risks were less known. Now, with a higher insurance cover, small bank deposits will turn attractive,” said Vidya Bala, co-founder of PrimeInvestor.in. This could potentially eat into the pie of inflows to debt mutual funds which compete for depositors money. That, too, when a number of mutual fund schemes have taken a hit due to corporate defaults and … [Read more...] about Will better safety help smaller banks wean depositors away from MFs?
He falsely claimed nine allowances when on his Employee's Withholding Exemption Certificate (W-4) in June 1999, substantially reducing taxes withheld from his salary each year.In his tax filings from 2008 through 2012, he falsely claimed deductions for which he was not entitled, including "unreimbursed employee expenses when he had no such expenses, mortgage interest deductions and deductions for local property taxes when he did not have a mortgage or own any real property, and business losses when he did not operate any businesses," prosecutors said. He did not file tax returns for 2011 and 2012 and did not do so until 2014, at which point he also falsely claimed unreimbursed employee expenses and donations to charity. He failed to pay penalties and interest on late-filed returns despite the IRS instructing him to do so. He had not filed taxes for 2013, 2014 or 2015 as of May 5, 2018. For the nine allowances he falsely claimed, De Sousa owed additional money to the state and federal … [Read more...] about Former Police Commissioner De Sousa Sentenced To Federal Prison
The indictment, returned last week, says that Romines "found guns available for purchase from black market firearms dealers." She then acted as a broker between the black market dealers and paying customers, doing business out of parking garages in Los Angeles, the indictment says. … [Read more...] about Attorney Charged With Selling Guns, Silencers And Meth
Since leaving their old jobs – they both worked as computer engineers – they have travelled the world almost constantly – spending time in countries including Japan, the UK, Portugal and Thailand – started a successful blog, Millennial Revolution, teaching others how to retire early too, and co-written two books. The first was a children’s book, Little Miss Evil. The second, Quit Like a Millionaire, a memoir-cum-how-to guide came out this month and presents financial independence as a route to happiness and is refreshingly dismissive of home ownership as an investment. … [Read more...] about They became millionaires and retired at 31. They think you can do the same