Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Listen Schedules Birthdays Newsletter Promotions Advisories Wanted Weather About LIFESTYLE KUAM Podcast Network i94-FM Isla63-AM TV11 TV8 TVone GNN Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases $50K bail set for Emmanuel Reselap Posted: Friday, June 7, 2019 3:02 AM EDTUpdated: Friday, June 7, 2019 3:02 AM EDTBy Sabrina Salas [email protected] Facing charges of attempted murder, $50,000 cash bail was set for Emmanuel Reselap. He was also remanded to the Department of Corrections with a preliminary hearing scheduled for June 14. Reselap, who is a U.S. citizen and was on pre-trial release for a separate criminal case, was arrested for Tuesday's machete attack in Mangilao along with this brother, Jordan Rachulap. NEWS HEADLINESMore>>$50K bail set for Emmanuel Reselap$50K bail set for Emmanuel … [Read more...] about $50K bail set for Emmanuel Reselap
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Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Listen Schedules Birthdays Newsletter Promotions Advisories Wanted Weather About LIFESTYLE KUAM Podcast Network i94-FM Isla63-AM TV11 TV8 TVone GNN Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases $1.5M in overtime pay headed to GPD, DOC officers Posted: Friday, June 7, 2019 2:03 AM EDTUpdated: Friday, June 7, 2019 2:03 AM EDTBy Nestor [email protected] Calling it long overdue, Adelup announced the release of about $1.5 million in past overtime payments for nearly 500 police and corrections officers. The compensation follows lawsuits filed by the Guam Police Department the Department of Corrections that successfully challenged how OT is calculated. The governor's office released a statement saying "police and corrections officers deserve to be made whole for the work they put in many years ago." It was customs … [Read more...] about $1.5M in overtime pay headed to GPD, DOC officers
A woman has refused to pay her TV licence and a penalty of £220 in an ongoing battle over Welsh language broadcasting. Eiris Llywelyn, who lives in Ffostrasol in Ceredigion, appeared before magistrates in Aberystwyth and insisted she would not pay the penalty handed down by the court, describing her actions as “a fight for the future of our language, our communities and for our democracy”. She is the third person in recent months to face the courts over a refusal to pay £154.50 a year for a TV licence as part of a campaign by Welsh language group Cymdeithas Yr Iaith to devolve broadcasting powers from the UK Government in Westminster to the Welsh Government in Cardiff. However, she is the first person to refuse to pay subsequent court penalties and therefore risks being jailed, though this would be unlikely. Speaking outside Aberystwyth Magistrates Court on Wednesday, Ms Llywelyn, who campaigned back in the 1970s for the creation of what became S4C, was adamant in … [Read more...] about Woman defies court and refuses to pay fine for not paying TV licence
Jon C. Ogg 24/7 Wall Street Published 6:00 AM EDT Mar 24, 2019 One of the greatest rewards one can receive after a lifetime of hard work is a comfortable retirement. They call it the "golden years" for a reason. Unfortunately, many people are nearing the age of retirement but failed to plan, and will not see anything that reminds them of gold when it comes time to stop working full-time. The most common forms of funds dedicated to helping Americans retire are 401(k) plans and variations of the Individual Retirement Account, or IRA. Most companies do not offer pension plans or defined-benefit plans to employees any longer, so it is up to the employee to use IRAs and 401(k)s as a defined-contribution plan to help build that retirement nest egg. Are you saving enough for retirement?: Better plan on that money lasting at least 23 years Where to live when you retire: Your Social Security check won't cover rent in these 8 states With the bull market turning 10 years old, it is … [Read more...] about What is the penalty to withdraw money from 401k early? A lot.
MOTORISTS are being reminded to check when their car tax is due amid a huge DVLA crack down. The Gov agency has clamped almost 9,000 untaxed vehicles since its campaign launched at the end of last month. DVLA enforcement officers have been targeting drivers trying to dodge road tax in major hotspots including London, Northern Ireland, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow. Motorists risk hefty fines and could even have their car impounded for driving without tax. Bethan Beasley, DVLA’s senior leader of enforcement partnerships, said: “As well as the hard work we’re doing out on the roads every day, we’re running local advertising in each of the regions including radio, printed publications, poster sites, websites and on social media. “All of these activities together are designed to make the driving public think again if they’re considering not taxing their vehicle.” Car tax, or Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) is set to increase on April 1 this year, … [Read more...] about Drivers urged to check their car tax after 9,000 motors clamped in a MONTH – here’s how to pay your VED