In 1998, Bob McCafferty set out to start a business that would pay the bills and give him more free time to go camping. He bought a run-​down funeral parlor dating to the 1850s. For the next several years, he spent nights restoring the building while holding down jobs as an archaeologist and…

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  • Issue Quarter Fall
  • Issue Year 2014
  • Sub Heading Businesses and consultants struggle to clarify and comply with the new healthcare law
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