FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailNEPHI, Utah-Wednesday, during National Signing Day in college football, Juab Football confirmed, via its Twitter account that star defensive lineman Blake Mangelson will be a preferred walk-on at BYU.This past season, Mangelson amassed 54 tackles and 5.5 sacks for the Wasps.Juab football showed their appreciation for Mangelson on Twitter, saying “he’ll do great things.” Written by Tags: Blake Mangelson/Juab football February 6, 2020 /Sports News – Local Juab Football’s Blake Mangelson Is Preferred Walk-On At BYU Brad James
planned treatments in other EU countries This information is about living in Malta. There’s different guidance if you’re visiting Malta. a UK-issued EHIC for travel Healthcare if you live and work in MaltaYou must register as a resident if you’re living in Malta for more than 3 months.You’re entitled to state healthcare as long as you meet the requirements of the Maltese Social Security system.The Maltese state healthcare system is extensive and covers many services including specialist treatment, inpatient care, prescriptions, antenatal and postnatal care.You may be entitled to a Maltese EHIC for travel, including visits to the UK.You may also have the right to apply for a UK S1 if you start drawing a UK State Pension.How to registerFirst, register as a resident in Malta.If you’re employed or self-employed, you’ll pay social security contributions in Malta. These entitle you to free state healthcare.If you’re employed, your employer will pay your national insurance contributions for you. You can get a social security number from the Department of Social Security or from the District Offices.If you’re self-employed, you’ll need to pay your social security contributions directly to the Commissioner of Inland Revenue.If you are not exempt from paying contributions and do not have an S1 form, you can apply for a Maltese RHA Entitlement Card. This entitles you to free state healthcare in Malta. You will not be covered for everything you’d get if you were paying social security contributions.You’ll need to show proof that you’re eligible for state healthcare services each time you go to your health centre. This can be either: If you’re registered for state healthcare in Malta, most services are free. You may have to pay for prescribed medicine.UK nationals can access the Maltese healthcare system for free in one of these ways: Not all UK benefits that can be claimed while abroad entitle you to UK-funded healthcare. Read more about claiming benefits if you move abroad or contact Jobcentre Plus to ask about a benefit. You do not need to register with a GP in Malta. You can make an appointment or go to the health centre nearest to your home.How much you’ll payIf you’re employed, your contributions are usually 10% of your salary before tax. Your employer pays a further 10% contribution.If you’re self-employed, your contributions are around 15% of your taxable income.Most state healthcare services in Malta are free.Prescribed medicine is free when you’re a hospital inpatient and for 3 days after you’re discharged. After that, you pay for prescriptions. How much you pay depends on the medicine and is set by the Maltese government.If you have a low income or chronic illness, you may be able to get either a ‘pink form’ or ‘yellow card’. These entitle you to free prescriptions.Dental care is not usually free. Most dentists have private practices. You can get emergency free dental care at some health centres and state hospitals.You may have to pay for any treatment not considered necessary.If your UK employer has sent you to Malta temporarily (‘posted workers’)A posted worker, also known as a ‘detached worker’, is someone employed or self-employed in the UK, but temporarily sent to a European Economic Area (EEA) country.UK posted workers can access healthcare in Malta using an EHIC, GHIC or S1 form.HMRC has a helpline for National Insurance enquiries from non-UK residents. They can answer questions about posted worker status and explain which documents you will need to get healthcare while posted.UK-funded healthcare: using an S1 form in MaltaThere’s different guidance if you have an S1 as a posted worker.You may be entitled to state healthcare paid for by the UK if you’re a resident in Malta and receive a UK State Pension.You may also be entitled to an S1 form if you’re a frontier worker (someone who works in one state and lives in another). You must contact HMRC National Insurance enquiries to find out if you’re eligible.If you started living in Malta before 1 January 2021, you may also be entitled to an S1 if you receive some other ‘exportable benefits’. Entitlement UnitSt Luke’s HospitalG’Mangia HillG’MangiaMalta You’ll need to show the Entitlement Unit: Once registered, you’ll be issued with a Certificate of Entitlement. Show this each time you see a GP or access healthcare servicesYour Certificate of Entitlement shows that you’re entitled to healthcare on the same basis as a Maltese citizen.Studying in MaltaYou can use an EHIC or GHIC to get medically necessary healthcare until the end of your study period.Getting treatment in the UKSome former UK residents do not have to pay for NHS treatment when visiting England. This includes UK nationals who started living in the EU before 1 January 2021.Read more about healthcare when you no longer live in the UK.If you return to live in the UK you’ll be able to use the NHS like any other UK resident.Read more about using the NHS when you return to live in the UK. Stay up to dateThis guidance will be updated if anything changes to how you get state healthcare in Malta.Sign up for email alerts a copy of your last payslip or residence card if you’re employed or self-employed your Certificate of Entitlement your RHA card your EHIC or GHIC your original S1 form your eResidence card your passport photocopies of the above NHS Overseas Healthcare Services Telephone: +44 (0)191 218 1999Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pmSaturday, 9am to 3pm Dependants and family members may be classified differently in Malta than the UK.Check with the local authorities when you register your S1 form.How to get an S1 formIf you have a UK State Pension, you must request an application form by phone from NHS Overseas Healthcare Services. paying social security contributions being exempt from paying social security contributions, for example if you’re on benefits or have a low income using a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) or UK Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) for temporary stays showing a UK passport if you’re staying for up to one month using an RHA Entitlement Card registering a UK-issued S1 form with the Entitlement Unit in Malta Once you have an S1 form, you must register it on the Maltese system.This will mean you and your dependants will be entitled to healthcare in Malta on the same basis as a Maltese citizen.You’ll also get: How to use an S1 form in MaltaYou must register your S1 form with the Entitlement Unit in Malta.
continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The Quantum Governance team has had the opportunity to work with a great many credit unions throughout the U.S. and Canada—often with the core objective of improving the working relationship between the board and the CEO (including the members of the senior management team that report directly to the CEO). Frequently we are asked, “Is there an approach towards credit union governance we should adopt to best achieve this vital goal?”For most, we recommend adopting the framework of a “constructive partnership” between the board and the CEO/senior management team. One of our clients recently challenged us to define what we mean by a constructive partnership and put it in writing. This blog is the result of that thoughtful challenge.Origins of the Concept of ‘Constructive Partnership’The concept of a constructive partnership was first developed by Richard Chait, Ph.D., a nonprofit governance expert at Harvard University. In his book Governance as Leadership, Chait suggests the best way to frame the relationship between a board and CEO is by focusing primarily on effective collaboration, rather than on effective control (as is the case with the Carver model of “policy governance”).
Prominent video entertainment company MultiChoice Nigeria, the provider of digital terrestrial television platform GOtv, is bringing leading Spanish outfit Atletico to Nigeria for a special visit and to play in the maiden edition of the GOtv MAX Cup.The fixture, which will take place at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium, will allow Nigerian fans to enjoy an array of some of the stars of the world’s best league up close, and watch one of its most iconic clubs, Atletico Madrid. Diego Simeoneâ€™s side have been one of the best-performing teams this season and sit in second place in the table.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram This is the first time that a LaLiga team have travelled to Nigeria for a friendly match, which will be against the Nigerian Super Eagles on May 22nd.Spanish Top Flight LaLiga outfit Atletico Madrid will play a friendly match in southern Nigeria on May 22nd in the town of Uyo against the Nigerian Super Eagles. The fixture was announced this morning in Lagos at a press conference involving the relevant parties: LaLiga delegate in Nigeria, Javier del Rio, Vice President of the Nigerian Football Federation, Mallam Shehu Dikko; President of Nigerian Football Federation, Amaju Pinnick; General Manager Sales & Marketing Multichoice Nigeria, Martin Mabutho; and General Manager Supersport Nigeria, Felix Awogu, as well as LaLiga Broadcaster GOtv.This landmark announcement signals the first time that a LaLiga team will travel to the African country to play in a friendly match. The historic contest will take place thanks to SuperSport, the LaLiga broadcaster in most African countries, while both LaLiga and the Nigerian Football Federation have been heavily involved in organising the event.