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    Sunday, November 20, 2016
    The significant number of payroll processing organizations over the last 30 years is a reflection of how complex payroll has become. Between employee expectations and state and federal laws, managing payroll for small businesses can be a time-consuming enterprise that robs a company of resources it would rather dedicate to meeting customer needs. Small business payroll services are a very ...read more
    Categories: Education
    Sunday, November 20, 2016
    Q: Our readers would like to know more about you. Please share with us a bit of your personal/professional background. A: My name is Aletha Player and I am a South Florida native. I received my bachelor’s degree in business administration from Bethune-Cookman University and earned my MBA from the University of Miami. I work as an area manager for External Affairs at Florida Power & ...read more
    Categories: Education
    Sunday, October 02, 2016
    Q: Please tell us a bit about yourself A: My father was in the Navy and growing up around the ocean I developed a love and passion for the sea and its inhabitants. My interest in the ocean led me to attend the University of Miami to study Marine Biology. After I received my undergraduate degree, I was fortunate enough to obtain a position working at Miami Seaquarium. I started out scrubbing pools ...read more
    Categories: Attractions, Community
    Sunday, October 02, 2016
    The Department of Homeland Security has published a new rule which broadens the relief for immigrants who are subject to the three and ten year bars. Now the applicants can file waivers if their parents or spouse are LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENTS, before, it was only for those whose parents or spouses were US citizens. It also expands this rule regardless of their immigrant visa classification. The ...read more
    Categories: Community, Human Interest, Education, LGBT News
    Sunday, July 17, 2016
    At parties people I meet often say that they will call me when they have enough money to make it worthwhile to have a will. In fact, everybody needs an estate plan, whether or not it is done with a lawyer. Here are the components of an estate plan: Health Care Directive and Appointment of Health Care Surrogate These are the documents that appoint a person to make decisions regarding your health ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, Community, Economic, Fun Facts, Education
    Sunday, June 12, 2016
    Which is not the same as why we watch movies. We watch movies because we are interested in the story it wants to tell and how it is being told. But why we GO to movies is a different answer. We GO to movies because of PEOPLE. Even someone going to the movies by themselves is going there to watch it with people: to laugh with them, cry with them, jump in their seats with them, take in the whole ...read more
    Categories: Human Interest, Community, LGBT News
    Sunday, June 12, 2016
    Q: Please tell us a bit about yourself (where you are from, personal background). A: I grew up in Central Illinois and then attended Miami University in Ohio where I majored in business with a minor in fashion merchandising. After graduating, I moved to Chicago where I worked in retail management at Neiman Marcus and then as a talent agent at a modeling agency. I lived in Chicago for six years ...read more
    Categories: Human Interest, Community, LGBT News
    Sunday, May 08, 2016
    Networking for professional connections is a little like Dorothy trying to find her way home in the Wizard of Oz – all you have to do is look down and realize that the solution was right there with you all along. The best way to network and get your foot in the door of a company is to deepen and strengthen the connections you already have. These might be friends, former co-workers, college ...read more
    Categories: Community, Education
    Friday, May 06, 2016
    Q: We always start our interviews by asking you to provide us with a bit of personal background. A: Born in South Carolina, we lived in Columbia and Greenville before moving to Jacksonville when I was 10. When I was 12, my father was transferred to Miami and we lived in what is now the City of Pinecrest where I attended Miami Palmetto Junior and High School. Upon graduation I went to college in ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, Community, LGBT News
    Sunday, April 17, 2016
    If you're a first-time home buyer, looking for a home can be a nerve-racking experience. It takes a lot of time and energy to find an affordable home that meets your needs and family's needs. Consider the following tips to take some of the stress out of the home-buying experience. The first step is to determine where you want to live. Are you looking for a large home in suburbs, or a ...read more
    Categories: Education, Fun Facts, Papers/Research
    Sunday, February 14, 2016
    Q: We always start our interviews by asking you to tell us a bit about yourself and if you have always lived in Miami? A: I’ve been living in Miami since the early 1980’s, which was a long time ago and that city was a lot different from the Miami today. I’m from Virginia where I attended Virginia State University. Upon finishing college I accept a position with Travelers ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, LGBT News
    Sunday, January 17, 2016
    We always start our interviews by asking you to tell us a bit about yourself and if you have always lived in Miami? I was born in Colombia, grew-up in Chicago and have lived in Miami for over 20 years. I am a founding partner of the law office of Rotella & Hernandez, LLC a Miami based law firm focusing in the areas of Immigration, Criminal and Family Law. I received my bachelor's degree ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, Community, LGBT News
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