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Jonathan Groff Star Files View Comments HBO has just released a second full-length trailer for its new series, Looking, starring Jonathan Groff, Frankie Alvarez, and Murray Bartlett. The show, created by Michael Lannan and directed by Andrew Haigh, revolves around three friends in San Francisco who explore the fun and sometimes overwhelming options available to a new generation of gay men. Looking will be appropriately paired with season three of Girls, HBO’s other show about young city living, and is being lauded as an in-the-know, unsentimental depiction of modern gay life and relationships. Check out the trailer below, set to St. Lucia’s “All Eyes on You.” The show premieres January 19, 2014!
By Julia WesthoffIt’s my mom’s birthday next week and although the Laura Ingalls Wilder biography I wanted to get her is sold out everywhere, there’s one thing she can depend on: I will make her a delicious chocolate cake.I enjoy making birthday cake more than pretty much anything. The year Jay turned 25 I made him four cakes. He doesn’t even like sweets, I just couldn’t help myself.I asked my mom what type of cake she wanted, and she answered as I knew she would – chocolate. So I am taking her request seriously, baking up the most chocolaty chocolate cake I know of – the Wellesley Fudge Cake.The story behind this cake is that in the late 1800s Wellesley College banned sweets altogether, stating in a 1876 circular to parents that a proper diet is key for proper learning, and that “we have therefore decided not to receive any one who will not come with the resolution to obey cheerfully all our rules in this respect, and pledged in honor neither to buy nor receive in any manner whatsoever any confectionery or eatables of any kind not provided for them by the College.”As you can imagine, that went over about as well as a ton of bricks. This cake, the richest, most decadent chocolate cake I’ve eaten, was created and consumed in response to this decree, and became the most popular food item consumed at the school.This is one of those unique creations that improves with time – I would say the third day after it’s made is probably when it reaches its peak.Happy Birthday Mom! There’s no one I’d rather eat chocolate cake with. Here’s the recipe.
AtlasIED has introduced four new UL 1480-certified speakers, which permits the speakers to be used in code-required fire alarm systems (NFPA 72) for fire alarm and signaling.The certification streamlines the bidding process on jobs that require speakers used for fire alarm signaling purposes for security, AV and IT contractors, exempting contractors from having to file for a code variance when installing speakers to be used as part of a fire alarm system. By procuring any of the UL 1480-certified speakers in AtlasIED’s TUC line, dealers can adhere to code requirements for fire signaling while maintaining what AtlasIED says is intelligible, high quality audio.The TUC line includes two environment-resistant, surface-mounted speakers (SM82TUC-WH and SM82TUC-B). Available in black or white, the Strategy Series Surface Mount (SM) Loudspeakers can be configured for 70- or 100-volt installation and distributed sound applications. Full-range frequency response makes the speakers suitable for both outdoor and indoor environments.Also in the UL 1480 certified TUC speaker offering are two in-ceiling coaxial speakers from AtlasIED’s Strategy line, the 6.5” FAP63TUC-W and the 4.5” FAP43-TUC-W. Both speakers feature an improved waveguide design for wider coverage than previous models and a patent-pending Safety-First Mounting System (SFMS), which prevents mounting tab damage during installation and ensure that the speaker is mounted securely. No tools are required for installation and multiple speakers can be easily daisy-chained.Here are all the detailed specs.
The IRS has released the final version of the 2018 Form 1040, Individual Tax Return. Individual taxpayers, and their tax return preparers, will have to contend with the newly organized form, along with six new schedules, as they prepare their tax returns in 2019.In February 2019, a National Taxpayer Advocate Report discussed the potential for taxpayer errors on the new form.States have updated their tax return forms as a result of the federal changes.Simplified Filing for 1040 Taxpayers Under TCJAA long-standing election promise by President Trump, as well as many in GOP leadership in Congress, was to make filing annual tax returns easier. A significant talking point for much of 2016 and 2017 was to make a “postcard-sized” Form 1040.Much of this simplification was seen as being accomplished by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The Act eliminated many deductions formerly available to individuals, while nearly doubling the amount of the standard deduction. However, these changes had only a minimal impact on the contents of the former Form 1040. Instead, the simplification of the 2018 1040 form was accomplished at the IRS.No More 1040A or 1040EZ in 2018The 2018 Form 1040 eliminates the need for simpler forms used by individuals in the past: the Form 1040A and Form 1040EZ. The Form 1040A was for filers who didn’t itemize their deductions. The Form 1040EZ was for filers who didn’t:itemize; orhave dependents.Beginning with the 2019 filing season, however, nearly all taxpayers will be able to use the same Form 1040. The point of one form is to:make filing easier for all taxpayers;lessen the burden of the IRS having to process multiple kinds of tax forms.Note, however, Congress requires that, beginning with the 2020 filing season, a new Form 1040SR must be available for taxpayers over the age of 65. So the administrative benefits to the IRS may be short-lived.A La Carte Tax Returns: Six New SchedulesThe 2018 Form 1040 is about a half page in size, and double-sided. The form did not shrink because of smaller font or because content was completely eliminated. Instead, many of the lines of the former Form 1040 have been shifted to one of six schedules that are part of the Form 1040. Those six schedules are:Schedule 1 – Additional Income and Adjustments to IncomeSchedule 2 – TaxSchedule 3 – Non-refundable CreditsSchedule 4 – Other TaxesSchedule 5 – Other Payments and Refundable CreditSchedule 6 – Foreign Address and Third Party DesigneeIf a taxpayer uses a schedule, they attach it to their Form 1040. As has always been the case with schedules, amounts figured on them are brought into the Form 1040 to calculate adjusted gross income, taxable income, tax, etc. But just as with Schedule A, taxpayers only use a schedule if they need it.Example: Former Form 1040EZ FilerUnder the old Form 1040, an individual with no itemized deductions or dependents received alimony would have had to use Form 1040 rather that Form 1040EZ simply because of the alimony. The majority of the old Form 1040 would have been blank.With the new Form 1040, this individual would use the same form as everybody else, and would include Schedule 1 to report the alimony.Line Numbers on the New Schedules Possibly aiding in the transition to these new forms, much of the line numbering from the old Form 1040 is carried over to the schedules.For example, the student loan interest deduction, which was Line 33 on the old Form 1040 is now Line 33 on Schedule 1.However, there is a potential for confusion as both Form 1040 and Schedule 1 have similarly numbered lines.For example, both have a Line 10. Special attention will have to be given to make sure that the proper amounts are reported on the appropriate lines where there are two line numbers that are the same..Some Items Retained on 2018 1040A few of the more popular credits are reported on the Form 1040, rather than on a new schedule. These are the:newly expanded child tax credit;additional child tax credit;earned income credit; andAmerican opportunity credit.Notably, the new qualified business income deduction is also on the Form 1040, rather than on another schedule.By Michael Henaghan, J.D.Additional resources on Form 1040 are available to enhance your knowledge and prepare for tax season.To research or read more about 2018 changes to tax returns, Login to AnswerConnect.Not a subscriber? Sign up for a free trial or contact us for a representative.
Client meetings and presentations can be ultra-stressful, so we asked Dr. Neil Patel, Medical Director at Collective Primary Care, the practice serving the members of Freelancers Medical, advice on how to stay cool when the heat is on. Dr. Neil turned to Freelancers Medical health coach Marcus Berardino and collected his expert tips.Before that next big meeting, de-stress using the three B’s every freelancer needs:**Breathing – Try calming the mind with the breath before a meeting. **Alternate nostril breathing (Nadi Shodhana in Yoga) is a technique that helps coordinate both sides of the brain: left sided creativity with right-sided logic. This creates a more balanced person, since both halves of the brain are functioning and communicating optimally. The yogis consider this to be the best technique to calm the mind and the nervous system:- Close the right nostril with your right thumb and inhale through the left nostril to the count of four seconds.- Immediately close the left nostril with your right ring finger and little finger and remove your thumb from the right nostril. Exhale through the right side to the count of eight seconds. This completes a half round.- Inhale through the right nostril to the count of four seconds. Close the right nostril with your right thumb and exhale through the left nostril to the count of eight seconds. This completes one full round.- Continue this for a few rounds, and end by exhaling from left nostril.Being – Be in the moment, and the moment will pass, leaving you better able to handle your task.Researchers and psychologists suggest that emotions like anxiety or fear or anger are automatic responses that last just 90 seconds from the moment they’re triggered until they run their course. One and a half minutes, that’s all. When they last any longer (which they often seem to do), it’s because we’ve chosen (sometimes inadvertently), to perpetuate them.Acknowledge your feeling and give it your full, compassionate, even welcoming attention. As you do so, drop the context and storyline about the feeling. This allows you to have a direct experience of the emotion, free of interpretation. Don’t fuel it with judgments or opinions about whether it’s good or bad. Just be present with the sensation.**Believing – Believe in yourself and know that you are at the right place and the right time. **You are enough. Trust that you have done all the homework you need to do to succeed in this moment. And remember this wonderful mantra a dear friend of mine would say: “Work Hard, Spread Love, Have Fun!”May your next meeting be your best (and least stressed) meeting yet!Freelancers Medical, a program of Freelancers Insurance Company, is health care as it we believe it should be: about you first and foremost. To us, health care must be about treating the whole you, not just your body parts or ailments. We will be checking in with Dr. Patel and his staff regularly; leave a comment if you have any questions for them.