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NOB HILL SOUTH
march 2015
Maintenance
Office
54 Richmond Blvd.
631.585.4429
HOURS
8AM to 2PM
NOB HILL SOUTH
RONKONKOMA, NEW YORK
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Of NY
P.O. BOX 990
Pt. Jefferson Station
NY 11776
Property Manager
Carol Fishberger
631.476.2100 x206
Senior Property Mgr.
Drew Varano
631.476.2100 x212
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(BPT) - For many small businesses, tax form filing
season can be one of the most dreaded times of
the year. But there is one simple step that can save
you and your business headache, heartache (and
money): double-check all reporting documents and
deadlines.
While checking these easy-to-find facts seems
like a simple thing to do, it is one of the most
neglected actions among small- to mid-sized
companies.
It is vital to double-check the information on
tax forms for accuracy, while also making yourself
aware of all year-end deadlines to prevent fines or
other penalties. Going by what you did last year is
never enough, as forms, deadlines and regulations
can change in subtle ways.
Raising the stakes, in recent years, the Internal
Revenue Service (IRS) has increased penalties for
misfiled or late tax forms. As a result, it’s essential to
be vigilant in assembling and reviewing reporting
documents. Re-reading those forms and setting
reminders may be the easy fix that saves your
business time, money and aggravation.
“Small-business leaders have enough stress in
their daily lives, the last thing they need is to wonder
after the fact if they have complied with all deadlines
and regulations,” says Janice Krueger, a tax and
reporting expert at Greatland, one of the country’s
leading providers of W-2 and 1099 products for
business. “A recent study revealed that 43 percent of
filers are concerned about being fined by the IRS for
not complying with new rules or regulations when
reporting. We want to help alleviate those concerns
by informing taxpayers about filing requirements
and deadlines, along with the ramifications of
errors, late filings and failure to file.”
Many 1099 and W-2 reporting penalties have
increased over the past few years and it is critical that
businesses file and complete all wage and income
filings on time. Here is a list of filing penalties for
W-2 and 1099 forms Greatland believes taxpayers
should be aware of this season:
• The penalty for failing to file accurate
information on returns is $60 per return
• The maximum failure-to-file penalty is $1.5
million.
• If returns are filed within 30 days after the due
date, the penalty is $30 per return.
• The maximum penalty for organizations that
issue returns within 30 days is $250,000.
• The penalty for filing returns more than 30 days
after the due date, but before Aug. 1 is $60 per
return.
• The maximum penalty issuing returns more
than 30 days past the due date, but before Aug.
1 is $500,000.
• Failure to file information returns or if filed
after Aug. 1 results in a fine of $100 per return.
• For small businesses, defined as organizations
with annual gross receipts of $5 million or less
for the three most recent tax years:
• The maximum penalty for organizations that
issue returns within 30 days after the due date
is $75,000.
• The maximum penalty for organizations that
issue returns more than 30 days past the due
date, but before Aug. 1 is $200,000.
• The maximum consequence for small businesses
that fail to file or file after Aug. 1 is $500,000.
To make sure your business has all of the
accurate information needed, you can find a full list
of federal and state filing regulations to remember
on Greatland’s W-2 and 1099 fact center website.
Those Funny Rules We All Have to Live By
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Unit Owners and Residents who do not adhere
to the Parking Rules & Regulations will be towed
at their expense.
Garbage pick up is scheduled on Monday,
Wednesday & Friday. Place all garbage inside
the dumpster & contact our Maintenance
Manager, Mike Ward at 631.585.4429 for large
items you may require assistance. Arrange with
the company delivering the new appliance(s)
to remove the old appliance(s). If this is not
possible, please contact Mike who may be able
to assist.
Our parking lot is for residents only and not for
family members on vacation. And, SLOW DOWN!
There are young children and other residents
who have pets whom you place at risk.
Quiet hours are between the hours of 10 p.m.
and 8 a.m. Be considerate of your neighbors,
and do not run any appliances during this time.
All main entrance doors are to remain closed
at all times due to fire code regulations.
Items are not to be stored in common hallways
that impede a clear entrance and exit to units.
Combustibles are not permitted in any
common areas or in the storage rooms. Any
flammable items will be removed.
All items stored in storage rooms must be
labeled with unit owner’s name and unit
number. Furniture is not permitted to be stored
in common storage rooms.
All outdoor spigots have
been turned off and will
not be turned on until
approximately Memorial Day
2015 pending current weather
conditions at that time.
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In the event of snow, both Unit Owners &
Residents are required to clear their vehicles of
snow. As you clean your cars, if possible, please
be sure that the snow is not shoveled back into
the street or onto the walkways. Balconies must
be cleared of all snow.
• Dog owners are required to walk their dogs
along the dog walk area; the dog walk area is
located along the south side of the parking lot
just in front of the picket fence. Please be sure
to always pick up after your dog. It is unsanitary
and hazardous to your dog as well as your
neighbor’s dog if you do not pick up.
• Cleaning the hallway is the resident’s
responsibility. All persons residing in their
respective building must participate. A suggestion
for those resident’s that have a cleaning service
might be to request an extension of maid services
to the outside hallway. Any additional costs – if
there is any - can be shared by all residents.
• Re-decorating must be agreed upon and paid
for by all unit owners sharing the hallway.
• If you are outside in the courtyard early in the
morning or in the evening, be considerate of
your neighbors (our 1 bedroom units do face
the courtyard). For resident’s making use of the
courtyard for recreation, please be mindful and
tidy up. If you have used the BBQ, please put out
any remaining fire & remove the used charcoal,
empty the grease pan, dispose of cigarette butts
and empty any ashtrays that should then be
moved inside.
• Vehicles must park within the painted lines;
parking lot lines help people know where to park
and where not to preventing possible damage
to your vehicle. The designated striped walk
way should also be clear of any vehicles having
parked over the parking lines.
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Tips For Determining Pet Food Quality
Because pets are such beloved
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nearly four out of five pet owners say they
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Dr. Lowery has several tips to help pet parents find the right food for
their pets.
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Discuss your pet's nutritional needs with your veterinarian.
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and trusted premium pet food brands like Hill's Pet Nutrition have robust qualityassurance programs in place to ensure the quality and safety of the foods your
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Pay attention to the regulatory statement. If the pet food brand bag includes a
statement containing the initials AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control
Officials), you know that the food has been tested against this organization's
measures to contain at least the minimum nutrients required for that statement
to be included on the packaging. This statement simply certifies that the product
contains that nutritional element - it doesn't certify that the element is healthy for
your pet, or that it will help Fido or Fluffy live a healthier life.
Know who makes the food. Many pet parents assume a brand makes the food it
sells but this is often not the case. Dr. Lowery recommends pet parents look for a
"manufactured by" listing on the product to know if the brand made the food or
is just selling it.
"I think it's best to trust a company that makes its food under the watchful eyes of
its own employees to make sure the food meets the company's quality standards,
rather than trusting the safety procedures of an unknown manufacturer," she
says.
Is there a phone number to call? Brand companies should value your feedback,
especially when it comes to feeding a beloved pet. Look for a toll-free consumer
phone number on the packaging that you can easily call if you have questions or
need additional information.
Good food will keep your dog's tail happily wagging and your cat content and purring.
Use these tips from Dr. Lowery to know what makes a premium, high-quality pet food, so
you know that your pawed friends are getting the best food you can give them.
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Calling All Volunteers!
Both Nob Hill North & Nob Hill South are working
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The Board of Managers is seeking interested Unit
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It’s time for a
retirement party!
Guinness Glazed Corned Beef
1 4 pound corned beef in pickling liquid and spices
1 bottle/can (12+ ounces) Guinness or other Irish stout
1 small onion, sliced
1 clove garlic, chopped
1/4 cup brown sugar
2 tablespoons grainy mustard
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
salt and pepper to taste
Directions
Place the corned beef along with the pickling spices, onion and
garlic in a slow cooker/crock-pot with the fat layer on top, pour in
the Guinness and cook on low until fork tender, about 8-10 hours.
Set the corned beef aside, strain the solids from the Guinness and
juices, place the liquid into a large sauce pan, add the brown sugar,
mustard, Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper, bring to a boil
reduce the heat and simmer to reduce by half, about 10 minutes.
Cut the fat layer from the corned beef, glaze with the Guinness glaze
and bake in a preheated 400F oven until the glaze starts bubbling,
about 10-15 minutes.
Irish Lamb Stew
Prep: 10 minutes Cook Time: 2 hours 50 minutes
1 tablespoon oil
1 teaspoon rosemary, chopped
1 pound lamb, cut into bite sized pieces
1 teaspoon thyme, chopped
1 onions, diced
1 bay leaf
2 cloves garlic, chopped
salt and pepper to taste
2 tablespoons flour
2 white potatoes, cut into bite sized pieces
1 Guinness (or other dark stout)
4 carrots, cut into bite sized pieces
* beef stock
1 handful parsley, chopped
Directions
Heat the oil in a large pot over medium-high heat, add the
lamb and brown on each side. Add the onions and saute
until tender, about 5-7 minutes. Add the garlic and saute
until fragrant, about 1 minute. Sprinkle in the flour and stir.
Add the Guinness and enough beef stock to cover. Add
the rosemary, thyme, bay leaf, salt and pepper. Bring to
a boil, reduce the heat and simmer until the lamb it fork
tender, about 1-2 hours. Add the potatoes and carrots and
some more beef stock to cover. Bring to a boil, reduce the
heat and simmer until they are tender, about 20 minutes
depending on cut. Plate and garnish with parsley.
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What’s in a Name? LI Towns Then and Now...
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Submitted by: Rose Claus
WHISKEY ROAD: The legend goes that during the cutting
through of this road work was too slow to please the foreman,
so he bought a keg of whiskey, placed it in a wheel-barrow
and kept moving it along ahead of the workmen. As the gang
reached the wheel-barrow every man was allowed one drink.
The road is west of Yaphank.
ROGUES LANE: Near Huntington. Now an excellent
thoroughfare, but in the old days lined with shacks in which
lived people of undesirable reputation.
FIREPLACE: Brookhaven was once called Fireplace. The story
goes that years ago when shore-whalers operated across
the bay, on the beach, and when their supplies ran low, they
would build a large fire of brush as a sign for their families to
bring renewed stores to the shore. When these were ready, a
fire would be built to notify the whalers.
SHELTER ROCK: Most people living on Long Island know the
Shelter Rock Road leading from the Southern State Parkway
to Manhasset. In Colonial days this was a cow-path, and a.
huge overhanging ledge of rock provided shelter for cattle
and other livestock during severe snow-storms and bitter
weather,
FLINT-LOCK PATH: Leaving the hollow near Hauppauge, the
road winds north to the old village of Smithtown. To the right,
a narrow road, plainly marked “Flint-Lock Path” leads into
the hills. Here, we understand, an outcropping of flint rock
formerly provided flints for Indian arrow-heads, and later for
the muskets of settlers.
RAM PASTURE ROAD: This name we are informed, came
from the use of a broad meadow clown near the bay, where
the rams were separated from the sheep. The road is still so
named and is in the present Hampton Bays section.
TELEGRAPH ROAD: There are still men living who can
remember when the present Fifth Avenue in Bay Shore was
known as Telegraph Road. The telegraph office was housed in
a small wood building at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Main
Street, Bay Shore. This road was surveyed and cut through
by the U.S. Army as a prime necessity for communication
between the North and South Shores of Long Island.
RACCOON BEACH: A heavily wooded area on Fire Island now
known as The Sunken Forest of Point of Woods. (In reality,
this area is not below sea-level, but well above it.) The area
got the name because it once swarmed with raccoons and
fox; and believe it or not, mink.
GRIND-STONE INLET: At approximately the time of the War
of 1812, a ship heavily laden with grind-stones was wrecked
at the inlet in the Moriches area. The passage was almost
completely blocked and the heretofore unnamed inlet
became Grind-Stone.
SEAL ISLAND: In the waters between Great South Bay and
Jamaica Bay, there is an island which in Colonial days was a
favorite haunt of seals. The early settlers went there to shoot
the animals for the oil, which resembled whale oil. Hence the
name.
CAPTREE ISLAND: This name is one of the mysterious
items, as there have been scores of explanations advanced
regarding the origin. The name appears on maps and charts
as far back as 1690. Probably the most logical one is the
legend that says that at one time there was a very tall, dead
tree on the island. This was used by fishermen as a guide
when running the inlet. To make it easier to spot, one of the
early settlers climbed the tree and pulled his heavy, knitted,
sailors cap over the top of the trunk.
GILGO BEACH: According to an old legend, a family named
Burch lived on the mainland south of Gilgo Inlet. They had
a son, famous for his prowess as a fisherman, and called
Gill Burch. When neighbors wanted to make sure of a good
catch, they would decide to go where “Gill goes.”
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EXECUTION ROCK: On the shore of Long Island Sound, in
the Oyster Bay area, there is an outcropping of rock used in
Colonial days for the execution of murderers. The man was
manacled with chains, to staples driven into the rock at low
tide, and as the tide rose he would be engulfed.
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