Non Profit Vehicles are not Exempt from Financial Resposibility Laws. All Motor Vehicle Operators must be able to demonstrate financial responsibilty. Even Municipal and Government vehicles must maintain suitable financial responsibility. Remember, The law does not require that we buy liability Insurance. Obtaining at least Liabilty Insurance is the most common and cost effective way for most people to demonstrate Financial Responsibility. Another Option for demonstrating Financial Responsibility is to place a cash bond with your state of residence in the prescribed amount sufficient to cover any future claim. This option is most often used by businesses and higher income individuals. After filing you will be issued a bond certification which you can use in lew of buying liability insurance. You are then considered to be self insured.
The state of being exempt, immunity. Exempt - free from some liability which others are subject.
If you want to protect your non profit organization from exposure to law suits, it would be advisable to obtain coverage. Non Profits are not exempt from financial liability.
Your state may not require you to do so, but there are many benefits to carrying Comp, such as lifetime medical for a work-related injury, lost wages, retraining in a new job if you can't continue your old one, etc. If you're asking if you can be exempt from carrying the coverage, check with your state - and note that NO state releases you from liability, just from having to have insurance. Would the business survive if the limited liability company had to pay possible claims itself, while one worker couldn't work? Would the relationship survive?
After 25 years
No, they must comply with the emissions regulations that apply to vehicles made in 1979.
income taxes ? no insurance payments are exempt
Vehicles made before 1st Jan 1977 are exempt from 1st April 2017
No - they are not exempt - there really is no requirement for General Liability insurance such as there is in some states for auto insurance. To my knowledge there are no general laws that require any company to carry General Liability insurance. There may be local or state laws that require proof of insurance to access privileges, such as being licensed to conduct business in a town or state. Many entities require proof of coverage such as customers, lienholders, mortgagees, licensing entities (city, state, business, professional licenses), and many more. I do not believe there is a blanket "law" or requirement that applies to all business entities. In practical fact, it is the stakeholders in and around any business that "require" insurance to make the risk of doing business with the entity one that is somewhat controlled. Auto warranty companies may be only selling a promise to provide a service through another entity - the dealer or repair shop - and therefor try to advise an unhappy customer that they don't need insurance, i.e. go see the entity that was to provide the maintenance/repair. That does not mean the warranty company does not have insurance; most probably they carry both General Liability and Professional Liability. It is most likely they carry a VERY high deductible and REINSURE the rest and are probably part of a Risk Retention Group which further reinsures the exposure.
variable life insurance exceeding 10,000 dollars.
Yes they are.
No, it is an asset and must be disclosed.
1974 and older for most vehicles. 25 years old or older if registered as antique.
Alert or emergency vehicles responding to an emergency/alert are exempt from chocking when parked.
The only things in NC that are exempt from repossession or garnishment are SSI and veterans' benefits. There are limits that they can take from vehicles and properties though.
vehicles with farm tags are exempt from seatbelt usage in Texas. Certain utility workers are exempt.
ANY single vehicle or combination of vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating/Gross Combination Weight Rating of more than 26,000 lbs. requires a CDL, unless it falls into a category of vehicle exempt from CDL licencing requirements (firefighting vehicles, registered farm vehicles, recreational vehicles, etc.). States have their own licencing requirements pertaining to exempt vehicles.
A. Alert or emergency vehicles responding to an emergency/alert are exempt from chocking when parked.
Anything defined as a commercial vehicle under the FMCSR. That would include:Vehicles and combinations over 26,000 lbs. Gross Vehicle Weight RatingVehicles of any weight carrying a quantity of hazardous material which requires the display of placardsVehicles of any weight rating designed to transport more than 15 persons (including the driver)Certain types of vehicles are exempt from classification as commercial vehicles under FMCSR, including:Military vehicles (when operated by military personnel)Recreational vehiclesFirefighting vehicles and first responder vehiclesRegistered farm vehicles
Exempt status may be claimed on a 2010 W-4 if two conditions exist:1. You did not have a tax liability in the prior year and therefore received a refund of everything that was withheld, and2. You expect to have not tax liability this year.Caution: Having no tax liability is not the same as owing no tax. If your tax withholding was $1,000 last year and your tax liability was $400 then you owed no additional tax. You received a $600 refund. But your tax liability was $400.
Alert or emergency vehicles responding to an emergency/alert are exempt from chocking when parked
WorkerÕs compensation insurance requirements for employers vary from state to state. The most common exemptions are for agricultural employees. Check your stateÕs workerÕs compensation website for your states requirements.