Tag Archives: Time

Essay – It’s Time for a Bill of Data Rights

“This essay argues that “data ownership” is a flawed, counterproductive way of thinking about data. It not only does not fix existing problems; it creates new ones. Instead, we need a framework that gives people rights to stipulate how their data is used … Continue reading

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Five ways to improve your time management skills today

We’ve saved the best for last – or potentially, I’ve just been avoiding this topic because time management is an area where I need to be taking my own advice. If you ask a lawyer what one of their biggest … Continue reading

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Make Sure The Divorce Is Final Before January 1 To Save At Tax Time

2018 is almost history. So is alimony deduction. The current administration’s efforts to reform the tax law has created a rush on divorce deals. Federal alimony deduction comes to an end at midnight on December 31 and alimony will not … Continue reading

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How much is your time really worth?

On my walk yesterday, I heard a doctor being interviewed on the radio. He was talking about his book. It was a one-hour interview and I wondered how much income he was giving up by not seeing patients during that … Continue reading

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FLORIDIANS NOW HAVE LESS TIME TO APPLY FOR RETROACTIVE MEDICAID COVERAGE

In December 2018, federal officials approved a state request that will provide Floridians less time to apply for Medicaid coverage if they want healthcare costs retroactively covered. The change means those who qualify for the safety-net program now have up … Continue reading

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