April 11, 2021

Wins

Insurance agency’s team wins Safe Harbor Title Invitational at The Federal Club

 

Buoyed by incredible weather and a captain’s choice format, the foursome from local insurance agency Lyons & Associates took home bragging rights on Monday after winning BizSense’s first Safe Harbor Title Invitational golf event.

Lyons’ score of 17-under was the best among the 25 foursomes that played the one-day tournament at The Federal Club in Hanover County.

Federal Club general manager Carl Filipowicz and his crew had the par 72 course in excellent shape, helping Tim Lyons, Matt O’Laughlin, Chris Kapsak and Ryan Cole finish the course in 55 strokes.

Coming in second with a 13 under par 59 was

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Biden’s Likely Tax Wins Are Personal-Rate Hikes, Audits of Rich

(Bloomberg) — Democrats will likely prove successful in raising individual income tax rates and in strengthening audits of wealthy Americans as they work on overhauling the U.S. tax code in coming months.

That’s a key takeaway from a survey of 15 current and former White House and congressional aides specializing in tax policy completed by Bloomberg this month. A tax on unrealized capital gains, as envisioned by Senate Finance Committee Chair Ron Wyden, was deemed impossible to get through Congress, the survey showed.

President Joe Biden is planning what would amount to the biggest set of tax increases since 1993

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Private Insurance Wins in Democrats’ First Try at Expanding Health Coverage

Democrats spent much of the 2020 presidential primary debating the best way to expand public health insurance. They sparred over whether to enroll everyone in public coverage — the preferred policy of Sen. Bernie Sanders — or to give everyone a choice to do so, the public option plan that President Joe Biden supports.

The candidates repeatedly proposed a future in which private insurers play a diminished role in the U.S. health system — or no role at all.

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But the first major legislation of the Biden administration, if

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Private Insurance Wins in Democrats’ First Try at Expanding Health Coverage

Democrats spent much of the 2020 presidential primary debating the best way to expand public health insurance. They sparred over whether to enroll everyone in public coverage — the preferred policy of Senator Bernie Sanders — or to give everyone a choice to do so, the public option plan that President Biden supports.

The candidates repeatedly proposed a future in which private insurers play a diminished role in the American health system — or no role at all.

But the first major legislation of the Biden administration, if it passes in the Senate, moves in the opposite direction: It proposes

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