Press Release (ePRNews.com) - CHICAGO - Mar 02, 2019 - Uber gets the “jump” on their electric bikes, rideshare goes kid-friendly, and it’s time to talk all things rideshare taxes. LegalRideshare breaks it down.
Motherboard posted an interesting article about how Uber / Lyft have jumped into the healthcare system. But at what cost?
“The fact that Uber and Lyft both have dedicated teams working on their health initiatives is significant. What’s unclear is what kind of impact the companies are having on the overall healthcare system.”
Attorney and Co-founder of LegalRideshare, Bryant Greening, sat down with CPA Jeff Badu who sheds some light on tax exemptions specific to rideshare. Take a look!
While the country is both fascinated and infuriated by scooters, Uber has plowed through with their JUMP electric bikes. It has been so successful that (according to electrek) it’s getting more riders than their car counterparts.
What happens when kids and rideshare combine? About $40 million. Zum, a ridesharing service for kids, just raised $40 million Series C funding. As Techcrunch reported, Zūm is a mobile app that enables parents to schedule rides for their kids from fully vetted drivers. Currently, it’s partnered with 150 schools and has transported more than 500,000 students.
The weekends with some bad news for a current Uber driver. NBC12 reported a Uber driver was assaulted by his passengers after the driver asked a disorderly male and female customer to exit his vehicle. The male allegedly punched the driver then fled on foot. LegalRideshare is entirely dedicated to helping rideshare drivers and passengers who may be victims of such assault.
LegalRideshare, LLC is the first law firm in the United States to focus exclusively on Uber®, Lyft®, Divvy® and taxicab accidents and injuries. We dedicate 100% of our resources to protecting injured drivers, passengers, and victims. Source :