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JFK assassination is focus of CSU forum with Warren Commission staffers
Friday, December 6, at Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.
The Cleveland-Marshall Law Alumni Association is sponsoring the forum, which is open to the public. Admission is $20. CLE credits are available. To register, call 216-687-2368
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YTD 64 WINS 66 LOSSES 4 PUSHES
4 WINS 5 LOSSES
PACKERS +6 = LOSS
COWBOYS -9 1/2 = LOSS
STEELERS +3 = WIN
OHIO STATE -14 = LOSS
AUBURN +10 1/2 = WIN
JAGUARS +7 = WIN
CHIEFS +4 1/2 = LOSS
COLTS -4 1/2 = WIN
CHARGERS -1 1/2 = LOSS
MONTH OF DECEMBER TRIVIA WEEK - DEC 2TH TO DEC 6TH 2013
WED 12-4 ANSWER: Burger King
THURSDAY - WILLS AND SNYDER IN THE MORNING
5AM to 9AM - Traffic-Weather-all the Local Morning News
8:25AM - COMPLETE CAVALIERS COVERAGE – CAVS TV PBP FRED McLEOD will Recap the NUGGETS with Bill-Mike.
8:05AM - ABC’s SHARK TANK – AL “BUBBA” BAKER – Former Browns DL Al “Bubba” Baker will talk to Bill about his appearance on this coming Friday’s ABC’s SHARK TANK and his Passion for his restaurant Bubba's Q.
7:05AM – NFL GUN COMMERICAL CONTROVERSY - FOX News Radio’s JEFF MONOSSO will talk to Bill about The NFL has banned a commercial from playing during the Super Bowl because of its pro-gun tone. The advertisement, submitted by the gun manufacturer Daniel Defense, doesn't even directly feature any firearms, but talks about defending oneself inside the home. In the ad, a young father looks over his infant daughter as he says, "My family's safety is my highest priority.
Misc pics from the Wills & Snyder show!
Kevin Myeroff, CPA, CFPSpoke to Bill about How long should you keep
Keep deposit and ATM receipts
until you reconcile them with your monthly statements. File your monthly
checking and savings account statements. After you do your taxes, file any
statements needed to prove deductions with your tax records; the rest can be
You don't need to keep them after
you've checked and paid them, unless you need a bill to support a deduction
you'll be taking on your taxes, such as for a charitable donation (in which
case you'll need to file the bill with your current-year tax records). If an
item you've charged is under warranty, keep the bill until the warranty
expires. Staple the credit-card bill to the warranty document and put it in a
file with other warranties; you may need the bill as proof of purchase if the
item needs repair.
Keep policies that you renew each
year, such as those for your home, apartment, or car, until you get new
policies, then shred the old ones.
You can shred your monthly and
quarterly statements from brokerage, 401(k), IRA, Keogh, and other investment
accounts as new ones arrive. But hold on to annual statements until you sell
the investments. You may want to have separate folders for traditional and Roth
accounts to help you keep track of amounts that are deductible and nondeductible
for tax purposes. Better yet, sign up for electronic statements if your
financial institutions offer them.
If you're not doing anything with your
receipts—like tracking your spending, itemizing tax deductions, or using them
to return purchases—you can get rid of most of those little scraps of paper
immediately. If you need to keep them on hand so you can verify amounts against
your credit-card bills or bank statements, create a folder labeled
"receipts" and keep it with your bills-to-pay folder. That way you'll
have your receipts handy when you pay your credit-card bills. If you think you
might return something, ask the salesperson how long you have to decide, and
jot down the date on your receipt