Gay Water launches to support LGBTQ2S+ people

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Gay Water launches to support LGBTQ2S+ people

In a sea of ​​canned cocktails, Gay Water wants to stand out.

Launching Thursday is a brightly colored canned vodka and soda beverage that proudly displays who it’s for, instead of backing off from support for the LGBTQ2S+ community as other companies have done in recent months. In other words, where Bud Light has buckled under pressure as bigotry grows against the LGBTQ2S+ community, Gay Water’s creator Spencer Hoddeson wants his new boozy brand to be the antithesis of that.

“The key issue that Bud Light tapped into was the fact that they didn’t understand their core audience and know

What is an Irrevocable Trust?

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What is an Irrevocable Trust?

A trust is an estate planning tool that allows a person to control their assets during their lifetime and make provisions for incapacity and death. Many trusts are revocable, however, irrevocable trusts can be an incredibly useful way to plan for your future.

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One thing you should know about irrevocable trusts is that, unlike revocable or living trusts, irrevocable trusts cannot be changed or amended. They are set in

Morning Business Report: Bud Light contractor to shut down two bottling plants – 41NBC News

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Morning Business Report: Bud Light contractor to shut down two bottling plants – 41NBC News

A major contractor for Ahneuser-Busch, the maker of Bud Light, is shutting down two of its glass bottling plants in the United States. The Ardagh Group is one of the largest glass producers in the world, with over 100 plants in operation. These shut downs come after a decline in sales, following the marketing partnership between Bud Light and trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney. According to the New York Post, workers at both plants noticed a decrease in production amid the backlash. The two plants slated to shut down are located in South Carolina and Louisiana. About 600 employees will be

The Dangers of the EHR

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The Dangers of the EHR

Electronic Health Records can be an incredibly helpful tool. However, they are not without fault. A recent warning highlights that electronic health records (EHRs) are a top target of cybercriminals. They can also lead to inappropriate billing if they are not set up correctly.

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The Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center (HC3) issued a warning to healthcare entities regarding EHR vulnerabilities and protections.

Protected health information (PHI) continues to hold its …

New Baby?  Time to Update Your Estate Plan

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New Baby? Time to Update Your Estate Plan

We often have clients ask us when the best time to do their estate plan is and the answer is usually, right now! This is especially true for people turning 18 years old, people who don’t have a plan, and people who have had recent life changes.

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One event that should trigger you to meet with an estate planning attorney is a new baby. When you are expanding your family,

Top 5 Reasons Not to Have an Estate Plan

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Top 5 Reasons Not to Have an Estate Plan

We often hear many reasons why people do not have an estate plan or why they are putting off creating their estate plan.

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Here are the top five reasons why people don’t have an estate plan (and why these reasons shouldn’t prevent you from doing your estate plan today):

  1. I don’t have enough money, property, etc. Estate planning is not just about assets. Estate planning is a way to protect
Why Shouldn’t I Use an Online Will?

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Why Shouldn’t I Use an Online Will?

Online will often do more harm than good. Many people look to the internet when preparing estate planning documents, like wills and trusts, but this can set you up for disaster.

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Online will often ‘one size fits all’ documents that don’t account for your particular situation. Sometimes, they don’t account for the current laws in your state.

These documents may not even be legitimate and can lead to issues and

Elon Musk’s Twitter drops government-funded media labels – Business News

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Elon Musk’s Twitter drops government-funded media labels – Business News

Twitter has removed labels describing global media organizations as government-funded or state-affiliated, a move that comes after the Elon Musk-owned platform started stripping blue verification checkmarks from accounts that don’t pay a monthly fee.

Among those no longer labeled was National Public Radio in the US, which announced last week that it would stop using Twitter after its main account was designated state-affiliated media, a term also used to identify media outlets controlled or heavily influenced by authoritarian governments, such as Russia and China.

Twitter later changed the label to “government-funded media,” but NPR — which