Showing posts from October, 2016


We're excited to welcome our local Trick-or-Treaters for Halloweensweets!
 Storytime Trick-or-Treat from 10:30 - 12:00 on the Courthouse Square

Preschoolers through 2nd grade: Meet at the library at 3:30pm
for group Trick-or-Treat with adults
3rd Grade and Up: Meet at the library at 3:30pm 
for a list of participating businesses

How Life Insurance Works (Part 2)

Our previous installment of this article by David Roos from discussed the basics of life insurance. This week we look at who might need life insurance and what types of life insurance are available.

Who Needs Life Insurance?
Not everyone needs life insurance. The general rule is that you only need life insurance if you have dependents. Typically, dependents are children who still live at home or have yet to graduate from college. But a dependent could be anyone who is financially dependent on you, like a spouse, sibling or an aging parent.

Life insurance is generally designed for younger, working people with families. Here's why: Life insurance is meant to replace your "value" to your family once you're gone. For a working parent, a big part of that value is your salary. If you die, you'll want your family to receive enough money to replace your salary for at least the next five to seven years.

Even if you're a stay-at-home parent, you still…

How Life Insurance Works (Part 1)


Individual 2015 1040 Tax Extension Deadline is Monday, October 17th


Changes in White Collar Overtime Regulations

***UPDATE***  11/28/16
Only days before Obama's "Final Rule" overtime reform was to take effect, federal courts have blocked the labor legislation by putting a nationwide preliminary injunction in place.  None of the provisions outlined below are slated to come into effect until further notice.