RB February 2011

Rural Builder - February 2011 CoverThe February 2011 Issue of Rural Builder is all about surviving health care reform.

This issue also includes Top Products of 2010.

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New Products: February 2011 Rural Builder

Featured: Bora Clamp Edge, Fabral, Henry Company, MFM Building Products, Carlisle Residential, CertainTeed and AGC Flat Glass
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Management Talk: Health Care for Contractors

How the new health care law might impact your business’s Profit and Loss Statement
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Surviving health care reform: what businesses need to know

What businesses need to know to make it through the political storm. Some helpful advice and where to go for additional resources.
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Money Talk: Employee Health Care Tax Credit

The qualifications and requirements for the new credit
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Tool Talk: Heated Jacket, Two Nailers Stand the Test

Don Geary tests the Milwaukee M12 Cordless Heated Jacket, the Duo-Fast lightweight pneumatic Tico Nailer and the industry’s first cordless palm nailer.
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Top 12 Building Products of 2010

Take a closer look at the RB 2010 Builder’s Dozen
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A barn for all seasons

Fabric roof barn lets in the sun, keeps out the elements
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