At every Cape Elizabeth High School Boys Basketball home game, a ticket is drawn. The winner tries to sink a foul shot, three-pointer and halfcourt shot in 30 seconds. The jackpot increases by $100 every game until someone wins. Several students of various ages, from grade school to college have hit the jackpot.
Noyes Hall & Allen is happy to support the Cape Elizabeth High School Boys Basketball Boosters.
Effective January 1, 2013, a new Maine law makes it harder for workers to be considered independent contractors, and more likely for them to be considered an employee. If you consider yourself to be a Maine independent contractor, or are a Maine business that hires such people, paying attention to this can help you get more work – or save money for your business.
With this pre-determination in hand, or by buying your own Maine Workers Comp coverage, you have a big jump on your competition. Companies that hire you won’t have to pay Maine Workers Compensation premium on your work, reducing their costs. This puts you at a significant advantage against your competitors seeking the job. Make sure you provide a Certificate of Workers Compensation Insurance or a copy of your approved WCB266 when you bid for work.
Predetermination (WCB 266) forms are good for one year, so be sure to re-apply every year. Also, they are “portable; you can use the same form can for multiple jobs in the one year.