Clearing now. Caterers prepared a nice breakfast and left the kitchen spotless. I requested a light lunch and instructed them to shovel off the driveway even though the wind keeps blowing the snow back.
Cherry's Jubilee for dessert and the caterers have been provided with snow shovels so they can return to their quarters once the kitchen is again spotless.. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.
My TRV policy provides coverage for losses from "weight of ice and snow". I'm anticipating a loss like this so I've proactively hired caterers to provide meals for me and my family for the next 3 days. The caterers will stay in the guest house and since I rarely fully heat it in winter I'm going to include the extra heating costs as an expense on my claim. So as to hold down the cost on my claim I've instructed the caterers to bring their own toilet paper and to minimize long showers or other wasteful activities.
Jay asked me to spearhead the renovations.
I am sorry to report that the fireplaces will not be wood burning. Code and chimney requirements are such that costs would be prohibitive. As an alternative we are going to install gas fired units in all adjustors offices. Venting requirements are less onerous.
Underwriters will get electric fireplaces that have the look and feel of the real thing.
Actuaries will get 8x12 framed pictures of a fireplace.
Key executives will get wallet size pictures of me standing by my fireplace at home.
I was at a business conference with this young lady I met at the TRV holiday party.
Good work on keeping the damage to a minimum. You deserve the pay bump!.
It depends on your tax bracket. The less you have in regular income the less your capital gains are taxed. Google capital gains tax rates. Don't believe the morons who post here....excepting me of course.