Land Line Now, Nov. 26, 2019.
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FMCSA has delayed the entry level driver training rule for two years. We’ll explain why that matters. Also, what you need to do for end-of-year tax prep.
I. Today’s news with Terry Scruton
The trucking news that matters the most, all in one neat package.
II. It’s all in the prep work
The end of the year is when many things end. But for income taxes, it’s when they get started. We’ll explain what prep work you need to do now to successfully file taxes later.
III. Connecticut battle over tolling heats up
Connecticut officials are hatching pro-toll, anti-toll and a variety of other highway funding plans faster than many can keep up. Also, New Jersey may follow California’s lead on independent contractors, and OOIDA has issued a Call to Action.
IV. Two more years before entry level driver training rule
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has delayed the entry level driver training rule for two years. We’ll tell you what that means, and why that matters.
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- What to do if your information was compromised by UCR breach.
- Donate here to help The St. Christopher Truckers Relief Fund reach its goal of $1,000 for Giving Tuesday on Dec. 3.
- The Trucker’s Toy Drive takes place Nov. 30 at National Truck Stop in Vado, N.M. Contact Ray Garces at Garces and Son Trucking, 915-478-2695, for more information.
- Visit the MBA Tax and Bookkeeping You can email Shasta here.
- To read about legislation in a particular state, visit Land Line Magazine’s Daily News By State
- You can find OOIDA’s New Jersey Call to Action information here.
- View notices on the Bulletin Board.
- It’s never too late to share your views with lawmakers. To call members of Congress, dial 202-224-3121.