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Identifying the pressures and obligations on Board Members this section is dedicated to addressing the business aviation issues that really matter to the company executive, releasing you to understand and enjoy the full benefits of this essential business tool.
- Author:Christopher Younger
U.S. Tax Code allows for the disposal of an asset, such as a business aircraft, and the acquisition of its replacement without generating a current tax liability associated with capital gains from selling the first asset. Attorney Chris Younger summarizes the procedures as they apply in practice to Business Aviation.
- Author:Stuart Hope
The Broker of Record (BOR) letter is one of the most powerful and abused documents in the insurance industry. Unfortunately, many less-than-scrupulous brokers convince lay insurance buyers to sign this document without explaining exactly what it accomplishes, cautions Stuart Hope.
- Author:David Wyndham
For many companies, chartering a business aircraft is their first experience with Business Aviation. For experienced flight departments, charter is also a means for obtaining supplemental lift, explains David Wyndham.
- Author:Pete Agur
Pete Agur continues a three-part series that tracks a company’s use of Business Aviation.
Government and industry have similar needs, outlines Jack Olcott. Like their counterparts in the private sector, public sector employees have the need to be efficient, productive and effective. Thus it is understandable that for certain duties, government at all levels employs business aircraft.
Sequestration was yet another sign that dysfunction and a lack of insightful governance prevail in our nation’s capitol. In the midst of such an atmosphere of uncertainty, the value of Business Aviation rings true, observes Jack Olcott.