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Soldier Family Action Plan Training Symposium 2008 “Laws and Regs and Rules… Oh My!” 26 August 2008 Louisville, KY. Agenda Top 25 rules, policies, regulations, and laws everyone should know to avoid problems. Discussion – Open forum for each presented topic.

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Soldier Family Action Plan Training Symposium 2008“Laws and Regs and Rules… Oh My!”26 August 2008Louisville, KY

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Agenda
  • Top 25 rules, policies, regulations, and laws everyone should know to avoid problems.
  • Discussion – Open forum for each presented topic.
  • Action Plans – Changes to make upon return to garrison based on the information garnered.
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The Basics:
    • Numerous regulations, pamphlets, and Policy Memoranda, contain the rules we must live by.
    • Most rules are time-tested and survive because they give the Army the best chance to avoid “problems”.
  • The Details
    • The rules, regulations and laws that affect us.
    • Why does it exist?
    • What are the variations (if any)?
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What you go home with:
    • A consolidated list of the most common (and troublesome) areas of concern to the Army.
    • Ability to instantly answer many of the questions you’re asked.
    • Sources and citations.
    • Confidence in your decisions.
alcohol
Alcohol
  • AR 215-1 prohibits the selling of doubles.

TRUE OR FALSE?

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Alcohol
  • Fort Bragg can order alcohol with “Ft. Bragg Officers’ Club” label on the bottle.

TRUE OR FALSE?

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Alcohol
  • You can cater food and alcohol at off-post events if a majority of the attendees are military personnel.

TRUE OR FALSE?

patronage
PATRONAGE
  • Your Commander wants to host a Unit Commanders meeting at 6AM at the club. He wants free coffee.

YES or NO?

patronage1
PATRONAGE
  • Your golf course is open to the general public. These authorized patrons can play 24-Number bingo on paper.

TRUE OR FALSE?

patronage2
PATRONAGE
  • You invite your (off-post) neighbor to fill in for you since you can’t make your league game. Can she bowl?

YES or No?

service charge
Service Charge
  • A service charge paid out to employees is a tip.

TRUE OR FALSE?

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Service Charge
  • If you collect a 15% service charge, how much of it must you pay to employees?
tip allocation
Tip Allocation
  • As long as your employees are reporting 8% of F&B sales in tips, you comply with the IRS reporting requirements.

TRUE OR FALSE?

employees
Employees
  • NAF employees are not employees of the Federal government.

TRUE OR FALSE?

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Employees
  • AR 215-1 prohibits providing free meals to employees of a F&B activity.

TRUE OR FALSE?

amusement machines
Amusement Machines
  • You’re authorized to seek a flat fee per machine instead of a percentage of revenue.

TRUE OR FALSE?

bingo
BINGO
  • You can use the US Mail to send out bingo information.

TRUE OR FALSE?

taxes
Taxes
  • You’re in a dry county and not under exclusive federal jurisdiction. You have to operate IAW county regs.

TRUE OR FALSE?

concessionaires
Concessionaires
  • Concessionaires operating on exclusive federal jurisdiction garrisons do not pay state & local taxes.

TRUE OR FALSE?

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Concessionaires
  • You want to contract out your F&B at the club. What’s the one area not usually looked at in the award criteria?
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Taxes
  • The county wants you to pay the same per bingo card fee the local charities pay. What do you do?
raffles
Raffles
  • You can do them.

TRUE OR FALSE?

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Raffles
  • Members of general public can purchase raffle tickets.

TRUE OR FALSE?

drinking age
Drinking Age
  • AR 215-1 requires the minimum drinking age in the U.S. to be 21.

TRUE OR FALSE?

investigations
Investigations
  • An investigation is required if inventory or retails sales accountability variance is greater than $500.

TRUE OR FALSE?