Chris Jordan Asbury Park Press Published 1:01 PM EDT Sep 27, 2018 The beats are on the beach this weekend in Asbury Park. The inaugural Sea.Hear.Now music, surf and art festival is set for Saturday, Sept. 29, and Sunday, Sept. 30, on the city's North Beach and Bradley Park. Jack Johnson, Incubus, Social Distortion, Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals, Brandi Carlile, Blondie and more are set to play over the two days. More than 20,000 are expected for each day. There's also a surfing component with top area talent riding in "expression sessions" between the two stages. Many of the musicians will be showing their own art work at the Transparent Gallery pop-up in Bradley Park. More: Sea. Hear. Now: Danny Clinch and the return of big beach music festivals to Asbury Park The fest is being produced by Danny Clinch’s Between The Sets and C3 Presents, the team behind Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits Music Festival, Shaky Festivals and more. Clinch is the Toms River native who … [Read more...] about Sea. Hear. Now music festival in Asbury Park: Everything you need to know
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Home HomeNewsEducationHealthTechManufacturing & LogisticsLife SciencesAg INnovationINPower INnovatorsBigWigs & New GigsVideoPurchase Gerry DickGerry's ViewSpeaking Engagement RequestSubscribeNewslettersPODCASTAppRSSOn-AirTV & Radio Listings ContactAbout IIBMeet the TeamContact UsIntern with IIBFlagship Stations Why Do I Need a Transition Plan? By Kevin Alerding, Partner, Ice Miller LLP's Trusts and Estates Group Why do you need a business transition plan? Let me give you six good reasons.1. Exiting your business likely is the most important financial transaction of your life 2. Exiting a business is complex3. Your financial security, and your spouse's financial security, depends upon your ability to exit your business the right way4. Others are depending on you, like your partners, employees, kids, lenders, suppliers, customers and the community5. Exiting a business is fraught with risk6. If you don't have a plan, … [Read more...] about Why Do I Need a Transition Plan?
Feature Competing claims to the land at Wailua are rooted in an historic fraud perpetrated by a notorious swindler and facilitated by the president of the Provisional Republic, presenting challenges to the legality of the deed held by the Coco Palms Hui. Will Caron in ʻAina February 23, 2018 06:32 PM “Yesterday, they came at 7 in the morning: sheriffs, Kauaʻi Police Department (KPD), plus they even flew in United States Marshals. They had no paperwork to show us what all of this was about. They blocked the highway roads so no one could see what was happening here,” says Charles “Kamuela” Hepa. Hepa is one of the kiaʻi—the caretakers—watching over the land at the mouth of the Wailua River; land that a group of developers is claiming belongs to them. “I rushed to the court house in Līhuʻe and asked for paperwork regarding the action, but the clerks could produce no such document.” Hepa continues, … [Read more...] about Everything you need to know about the Coco Palms eviction, part 2
By The Associated Press | March 5, 2018 at 8:10 am By LIZ WESTON Blogger John Schmoll’s father left a financial mess when he died: a house that was worth far less than the mortgage, credit card bills in excess of $20,000_and debt collector s who insisted the son was legally obligated to pay what his father owed. Fortunately, Schmoll knew better. “I’ve been working in financial services for two decades,” says Schmoll, an Omaha, Nebraska, resident who was a stockbroker before starting his site, Frugal Rules. “I knew that I wasn’t responsible.” Baby boomers are expected to transfer trillions to their heirs in coming years. But many people will inherit little more than a pile of bills. Nearly half of seniors die owning less than $10,000 in financial assets, according to a 2012 study for the National Bureau of Economic Research. Meanwhile, debt among older Americans is soaring. It used to be relatively unusual to have a mortgage or credit card … [Read more...] about If my parents die broke, do I have to pay their debts?
I’m 22 and have just inherited £20,000. I don’t know whether I want to put the money towards a house, or save it for the long term. How should I invest if I want to buy a house in 10 years? Or, if I want to keep the money for the distant future, how would I alter my strategy? GP, via email The time horizon you have available is crucial when deciding how to invest. With a 10-year goal to buy a house, you have enough time to put your money into the stock market, but would need to start limiting the risk you are taking as the house purchase deadline approaches. This is because if you were fully invested a month before the purchase, and the stock market crashed, you may not be able to go through with the transaction. So you should start selling volatile holdings, such as shares or funds that invest in shares, at least one year before your planned purchase date (see below for more detail). Ben Willis, of investment manager Whitechurch Securities, said: … [Read more...] about Ask a money expert: ‘I’ve inherited £20,000 at 22 – how do I invest it?’