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  1. Thanks! Going to start researching but the hard hat tour sounds awesome.
  2. Big fan of Four Roses Single Barrel. I’ll need to pick up small batch next time. I thought there was a separate thread but I couldn’t find it so I’ll ask here. I’m going to Louisville for a bachelor party in July and we want to do at least a distillery or two. What does everyone recommend for a group of about 10 of mostly novice to intermediate bourbon drinkers?
  3. Thanks. If you receive cash in the deal, you report that amount to the IRS as a gain; but if the total gain from the deal – in cash as well as stock – was less than the cash you received, you report the lesser amount. I'm going to need a CPA just to figure this piece out. It does sound like capital gains though and not income at all.
  4. Maybe I wasn't 100% clear. I'll just use the real deal. BMS is buying CELG for $50 cash plus one share of BMS for each share of CELG. I'm trying to figure out how the $50 is treated for tax reasons. TIA.
  5. ooooof. That would be terrible. So if I sell a day before the deal closes its capital gains, but the day after its income? I have some serious math to do.
  6. Mostly a tax question but I'm sure people in this thread have been through this before. I hold stock in a company that is being bought out. The agreement states that at closing, each share will convert to a share of the new company, plus cash. My question is that cash considered income? Logic says its more of a change in cost basis due to the difference in stock price between the companies but I can't seem to find any information online confirming it.
  7. You'll be fine. It might take some time but they'll recover.
  8. I think they way overpaid for Kite. A ton of competition coming to that space and they are having trouble with their supply chain to take advantage of being first to market.
  9. Quick procedure: 1- Purpose- The purpose of this SOP is to define how products will be quarantined. 2- Scope- This SOP is limited to fully licensed medical devices 3- Procedure- Any expired products will be labeled with a yellow sticker on a dedicated shelf until properly disposed. Any recalled products will be on a dedicated shelf with a red sticker until disposition is decided. 4- References- CFR1234.89 5- Version 1.0 New Document effective 08JAN2018
  10. This. I've written/ reviewed a ton of them. Keep it short and sweet but make sure boxes are checked. I'd create a basic template like this: 1. Purpose- State the purpose of the procedure 2. Scope- This one may be important to you as the requirements of Rx drugs and devices may be different. State which it covers 3. Procedure- Doesn't have to be long but everything you say here you are on the hook for. 4. References- I would reference the CFR or guideline here that the procedure covers. Inspectors like it because even if you aren't doing something 100% perfect, they know you at least read the correct regulation even if your interpretation isn't what they expected. 5- Consider keeping a version history- if an inspector asks you to change something, and then comes back the following year it is good housekeeping to show what changes you made to the document. This is coming from a larger company perspective but just some thoughts.
  11. So this is a weed ETF? Etrade still seems to have it as a real estate one.
  12. Lol wow just looked. That is amazing. Total market cap of 3.1 million right now.
  13. Between my wife and I we have all of those problems. Do you have a case? On her phone I pretty much had to pry the edge away from the sleep button and it helped the auto sleep issue. 3 and 4 happen to me a lot and are super annoying.
  14. Picked up some born yesterday. Didn’t realize it was such a thread favorite. It’s excellent but I think i like the stone enjoy by better.
  15. Correct, its a loan with 0% interest the same that AT&T was for me. I don't get a new phone every year so I'll have this one paid off in two and then I can decide if I want a new one or if I want to keep this one.