The signing of the U.S. Constitution

Constitution Day

This past Saturday marked the 18th annual Constitution Day in America. The idea for a holiday to celebrate American citizenship was originated in 1939 with “I Am an American Day,” which was celebrated in May. But in 1952, the date was changed to… Read More
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School bus stop sign equipped with cameras for safety violations

School Bus Safety & Michigan Motorists

Like some of you, I encounter many school buses on my daily commute. With the new school year just starting, I thought it worthwhile to provide a reminder of what is required of drivers when encountering a stopped school bus, along with an update on… Read More
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Crowdfunding and tax considerations

Crowdfunding: A Closer Look

“Crowdfunding” is a popular fundraising mechanism that uses websites to solicit contributions from the general public. Individuals organize crowdfunding campaigns to benefit charities or other people, and even to benefit themselves — typica… Read More
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Another Hot Button Suprem…

Another Hot Button Supreme Court Case?

Last month, as the United States Supreme Court completed its 2021-2022 term, it issued several significant decisions that largely (or entirely) reversed prior decisions on hot button social issues including abortion and school prayer. Next fall, the… Read More
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Awareness & Preventio…

Awareness & Prevention

Reports indicate that financial exploitation of the elderly is increasing, particularly while seniors and other vulnerable adults have been more isolated due to Covid restrictions. The following indications are meant to alert you to conditions that a… Read More
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Men's Health Month Awaren…

Men's Health Month Awareness

A close family member’s battle with prostate cancer – the second leading cause of cancer death in American men – is a reminder of the fragility of life. Thankfully, his recovery is underway; however, many others will not be as fortunate, as mor… Read More
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Land of the Free, Home of…

Land of the Free, Home of the Brave

Yesterday, we took time as a nation to honor the valor and sacrifice of the men and women of the armed forces who lost their lives defending the freedoms we are blessed to enjoy. We at Wright Beamer hope you had a chance this past weekend to celebrat… Read More
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Women’s Soccer Nets Equ…

Women’s Soccer Nets Equal Pay Victory

The unions representing the women’s and men’s U.S. national soccer teams both signed new collective bargaining agreements (CBAs) with the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF). Under the CBAs, women and men will be guaranteed equal pay for the first time… Read More
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One Too Many

One Too Many

The Court of Appeals recently issued a warning to bar owners: refuse to serve alcohol to visibly intoxicated customers or pay up. In Borkowski v. Niles, the defendant drank for six hours at American Legion before attempting to drive home. As you woul… Read More
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Airline Refunds: They Rea…

Airline Refunds: They Really Do Exist!

My husband and I recently took our youngest daughter to Florida during her school Spring Break. We took in the local sights, and everything was great… until our last night. As we were about to shut our eyes, I checked the airline app one last time,… Read More
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