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Walk the Walk

Walk the Walk

It is estimated that more than 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s. It is the most common cause of dementia, according to the Alzheimer’s Association website. While some treatments have proven to be effective in slowing the progre… Read More
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Pets at Work

Pets at Work

Over 12 million American households adopted a pet during the pandemic. With the increase in pet ownership, more employees may be asking to bring their new companions with them upon return to the office. Do employers have to allow employees to bring t… Read More
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Estate Planning Awareness…

Estate Planning Awareness Week

Estate planning is often an overlooked piece of overall financial well-being. It’s a difficult topic to consider, and the conversations around it are not always easy. And without any real due date, it’s often the first “to-do” list item that… Read More
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Prevailing Wage Law Back…

Prevailing Wage Law Back in the News

In 2018, Michigan’s legislature voted to repeal legislation that required state contractors to pay workers a “prevailing wage” equivalent to union wages. The “Prevailing Wage” law applied to union and non-union workers alike. Supporters arg… Read More
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A Bosses Day Tribute

A Bosses Day Tribute

It might be called Bosses Day, but that doesn’t quite encompass the leadership at Wright Beamer. Dirk, Lee, Duane, Heather, Kathy, Evan, and Emily are more than just bosses. They are coaches, mentors, and true leaders in every sense of the word. Wh… Read More
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Land Contracts Simplified

Land Contracts Simplified

A typical real estate transaction involves a seller, a buyer, and buyer’s lender. At closing, buyer’s lender advances the funds to pay seller in full, seller conveys ownership to buyer by deed, and buyer gives its lender a security interest in th… Read More
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Things to Know (About Us!…

Things to Know (About Us!): Deb Yanke

If you know Wright Beamer, you probably know our office manager, Deb Yanke. She is the essential glue that keeps everything moving, from payroll to software updates and office supplies. What you may not know about Deb is that she is also an avid hors… Read More
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IP's New Baby

IP's New Baby

Have you heard the news?! The intellectual property family had a baby, and her name is “NFTs.” She has a big future ahead, but she speaks a language known to only a select group of people. Friends and relations of the IP family are going to want… Read More
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At Center Stage

At Center Stage

You probably know “The Barn.” It is an iconic building in the heart of Farmington Hills. What used to be a real dairy farm is now home to a state-of-the-art theater. And for over 65 years, the volunteers of the Farmington Players have been bringi… Read More
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Do I Really Need an Emplo…

Do I Really Need an Employee Handbook?

Eighteen months of the coronavirus pandemic have wreaked havoc on workplace employee handbooks as human resource departments and small business owners struggled to rewrite the rules in the face of mandatory work from home orders and heightened safety… Read More
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