Tuesday, April 16, 2024

E-News On The Go | 04.03.24

NEWS

CD/NLA Executive Retreat Returns to Miami

Spring is here… which means it’s time to start planning for the CD/NLA Executive Retreat! Mark your calendars because we’re returning to Miami ... READ MORE

LANJ Announces New Scholarship Honoring Late Operator

The Limousine Association of New Jersey (LANJ) is proud to announce the Barbara J. Chirico Scholarship Program, which has been established to assist ... READ MORE

Bills Moving and Shaking in Washington

The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) commends the inclusion of a provision in the recently passed $1.2 trillion 2024 US federal ... READ MORE

Upcoming Events: April and May 2024

Have a 2024 event that you’d like to share? Let us know! We’ll add your meeting/ conference to our list of events in the monthly magazine, in our ... READ MORE

ON THE WIRE

I-95 NB in Philly Closed After Truck Hits Bridge

A portion of Interstate 95 northbound in Philadelphia's Port Richmond section will be closed for several days after a truck hit an overhead Conrail ... READ MORE

IRS Targets ERC Fraudsters

The IRS says it’s making progress with initiatives to claw back money improperly distributed under the Employee Retention Credit. The ERC ... READ MORE

Millions Travel for Spring Break

Millions of people are on the move for Easter and Spring break travel in what many anticipate to be a record-setting season. Joy Benedict reports ... READ MORE

Airlines Facing Record-Breaking Travel

Many people are flying for Easter, spring break and the upcoming eclipse, with air traffic on par with days leading up to Christmas and Thanksgiving ... READ MORE

Gas Prices Have Climbed 14 Percent This Year

Gas prices have surged higher at the outset of 2024, stressing household budgets and complicating efforts to cool inflation. Since the beginning ... READ MORE

Americans Are Choosing Travel Over Savings

During the earliest stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, many Americans reminisced about the things that used to bring them joy. They never stopped thinking ... READ MORE

Bridge Collapse a ‘National Economic Catastrophe’

The collapse of Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge is likely to send shock waves across the U.S. economy, as a key shipping route for certain goods ... READ MORE

Consumers Unhappy as Prices Remain High

Many Americans are in a sour mood about the economy for one main reason: Prices feel too high. Maybe they’re not rising as fast as they had been ... READ MORE

N.Y. Won't Put Limo Task Force Bill to a Vote

Syracuse Assemblyman William Magnarelli said he will not put a bill that would extend the state’s limousine safety task force through 2025 to a vote ... READ MORE

How to Lower Your Car Insurance Premium

Like many other things, it seems car insurance rates just keep going up. A report from Bankrate found people in the United States are paying 26% more ... READ MORE

US Tax Returns Are Due in Two Weeks

If you haven’t sent in your 2023 income tax return yet, you have until April 15 to do so. Unless, that is, you’re among the millions of people who, for different ... READ MORE

How Gig Economy Changed How We Work

Gig work predates the internet. Besides traditional forms of self-employment, like plumbing, offers for ad-hoc services have long been found ... READ MORE

Gas vs. Electric Cars: Pros and Cons

With EVs quickly spreading across the automotive landscape, your electric propulsion choices are no longer limited to small, efficiency-minded cars ... READ MORE