U.S. Labor Dept and NFIB-New Overtime Rule Effective July 1, 2024: What Small Businesses and Employees Need to Know; Freedom Isn’t Free; plus MHVille Markets Updates


According to the media release from the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) to MHProNews: “After several years of proposed regulations and discussion, the U.S. Department of Labor has issued a new federal overtime rule that is set to take effect July 1, 2024. Under the new rule, employees who make less than $43,888 on July 1, and then $58,656 on January 1, 2025, will be eligible for overtime pay. The rule applies to the Fair Labor Standards Act’s white collar “executive, administrative and professional” exemptions.”

Part I

The NFIB, per their release to MHProNews. will be doing a webinar on the subject with their Small Business Center attorneys to explain the rules and answer questions.

QuoteMarksLeftSideThe so-called EAP exemptions determine which employees are exempt from overtime-pay requirements under federal law when they work more than 40 hours in a week. In this webinar, NFIB’s Small Business Legal Center attorneys Beth Milito and Rob Smith will explain the new requirements and what employers need to do to ensure compliance on July 1, 2024.

Topics will include:

  • General overview of FLSA overtime requirements.
  • Factors to consider when deciding whether to convert.
  • Determining what counts as time worked for overtime calculations.
  • Resources to help with compliance.

Please submit your questions ahead of the webinar, so we can make sure to answer them.

Can’t make this webinar? Don’t worry! Register Now and we’ll email you an on-demand version!” ##


Part II

According to the U.S. Department of Labor are the following insights on the changes to the overtime rules that will impact businesses and certain employees.  Their information states the following.


QuoteMarksLeftSideEmployees are exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act’s minimum wage and overtime protections if they are employed in a bona fide executive, administrative, or professional capacity, as those terms are defined in the Department’s regulations at 29 CFR part 541. To fall within the EAP exemption, an employee generally must meet three tests:

  1. be paid a salary, meaning that they are paid a predetermined and fixed amount that is not subject to reduction because of variations in the quality or quantity of work performed;
  2. be paid at least a specified weekly salary level; and
  3. primarily perform executive, administrative, or professional duties, as provided in the Department’s regulations.

The Department’s regulations also provide an alternative test for certain highly compensated employees who are paid a salary, earn above a higher total annual compensation level, and satisfy a minimal duties test.

The final rule will increase the standard salary level and the highly compensated employee total annual compensation threshold on the rule’s effective date on July 1, 2024, and on January 1, 2025, when changes in the methodologies used to calculate these levels become applicable. The final rule also provides for future updates of these levels every three years to reflect current earnings data. These scheduled increases are displayed below.

Before July 1, 2024 $684 per week (equivalent to $35,568 per year) $107,432 per year, including at least $684 per week paid on a salary or fee basis.
July 1, 2024 $844 per week (equivalent to $43,888 per year) $132,964 per year, including at least $844 per week paid on a salary or fee basis.
January 1, 2025 $1,128 per week (equivalent to $58,656 per year) $151,164 per year, including at least $1,128 per week paid on a salary or fee basis.
July 1, 2027, and every 3 years thereafter To be determined by applying to available data the methodology used to set the salary level in effect at the time of the update. To be determined by applying to available data the methodology used to set the salary level in effect at the time of the update.



Earnings thresholds for the Executive, Administrative, and Professional exemption from minimum wage and overtime protections under the FLSA


The Department’s regulations require executive, administrative, and professional (EAP) employees to be paid at least a minimum salary amount to be exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act’s minimum wage and overtime requirements under section 13(a)(1). In April 2024, the Department issued a final rule increasing the standard salary level for exemption, and the total annual compensation requirement for highly compensated employees, as detailed below.


Earnings Threshold Current Amount Minimum Salary Amount Beginning July 1, 2024 Minimum Salary Amount Beginning January 1, 2025
Standard Salary Level $684 per week (equivalent to a $35,568 annual salary) $844 per week (equivalent to a $43,888 annual salary) $1,128 per week (equivalent to a $58,656 annual salary)
Total Annual Compensation Requirement for Highly Compensated Employees (HCEs) $107,432 per year, including at least $684 per week paid on a salary or fee basis $132,964 per year, including at least $844 per week paid on a salary or fee basis $151,164 per year, including at least $1,128 per week paid on a salary or fee basis
Special Salary Level for Employees in Puerto Rico, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI) $455 per week (equivalent to a $23,660 annual salary) $455 per week (equivalent to a $23,660 annual salary) $455 per week (equivalent to a $23,660 annual salary)
Special Salary Level for Employees in American Samoa $380 per week (equivalent to a $19,760 annual salary) $380 per week (equivalent to a $19,760 annual salary) $380 per week (equivalent to a $19,760 annual salary)
Special Base Rate for Employees in the Motion Picture Industry $1,043 per week (or a proportionate amount based on the number of days worked) $1,043 per week (or a proportionate amount based on the number of days worked) $1,043 per week (or a proportionate amount based on the number of days worked)
Compensation Required for Computer Employees Paid on an Hourly Basis $27.63 per hour $27.63 per hour $27.63 per hour


Note: These earnings thresholds do not apply to certain types of employees, including doctorslawyersteachers, and outside sales employees. ##


Part III – Developments and Updates Unrelated to the New Overtime Rules

There are some in America who have at times been labeled, rightly or wrongly, as having ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome’ or TDS.  Those who are strongly in the anti-Trump camp are in numbers of instances ‘celebrating’ the ‘legal victory’ over Trump last week when he was convicted on 34 counts of what has been called a bookkeeping ledger entry error by Geiger Capital. The left, including Joe Biden and Democratic backers more broadly, are fundraising off that conviction of Trump by a Manhattan jury. Those who are not in the anti-Trump worldview are fundraising and acting too.

Per left-leaning Bing’s AI powered Copilot, the following.


BingCopilotAI-Screen1.3.2024MHProNews Former President Donald Trump made a notable appearance at UFC 302 in Newark, New Jersey. As he entered the Prudential Center, he received a roaring standing ovation from the crowd. Accompanied by UFC President Dana White, Trump high-fived fans and waved to the audience. UFC commentator Joe Rogan remarked on the staggering round of applause Trump received. This event marked Trump’s first public appearance since his recent guilty verdict on 34 counts related to falsifying business records. His sentencing is scheduled for July 11, just before the Republican National Convention begins its process of officially nominating its 2024 choice123Trump’s love for UFC is well-known, and he has attended several events in recent years4. 🥊👏…”


2) Beyond what Copilot called a “staggering round of applause” for Trump, there was a chant of “F-ck Joe Biden,” a.k.a. “FJB” or “Let’s go Brandon.”


3) Worth mentioning again. That first paragraph from Geiger Capital is about several Democratic and Republican presidents pre-Trump.


Musk retweeted Geiger Capital’s point, adding his own thoughts to it.

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4) Ex-Secret Service, author, talk radio and podcaster Dan Bongino is among those on the right who have a following of millions. He asserted that the Republic is dead, and now must be rebuilt. He also said that he thinks that the conviction of Trump, who he publicly supports, was the final poke of the bear that is bringing not only supporters but numbers on the fence onto the field of battle for reclaiming the American Ideals that once was.


“Let me tell you something about your elected officials…” – @markrobinsonnc on politicians at Roll Call 2.0. pic.twitter.com/C8JfTfLm4m

— Jason Whitlock (@WhitlockJason) June 4, 2024







5) Mockery by Bongino, RNC Research, or others aside, what is difficult to factually and rationally dispute is that tens of millions of Americans are poorer now than 4 years ago. Millions can’t buy a home that previously could qualify. Millions can’t qualify to buy the home they currently live in if they had to buy it at today’s prices. Perhaps 10 million illegals have entered the U.S., some of whom are on terror watch lists. Others are of ‘military age’ from places like certain Middle Eastern nations, Venezuela, or Communist China. The America we knew is being undermined by either an incompetent and/or treacherously traitorous man who sits in the Oval Office.




6) Could the opposition party to the Biden-led Democrats be stronger? Absolutely. Are there some among the Republicans who are weak kneed and also influenced by the billionaire class that placed Biden in the White House in the first place? Yes.  But as Bongino points out, elections are routinely binary choices. There are those who obviously support Biden and his methods, and those are Democrats backed by what leftist Michael Weinstein called “Corporate Democrats.” They make promises that they fail to deliver on, said Weinstein. It is the illusion of helping the little guy, said Weinstein, that keeps people voting for Democrats – and Weinstein is from the left.




7) Freedom isn’t free. Ignorance and freedom are not compatible with each other. While MHProNews often goes deeply into issues for those who want to understand the nuances, there are those with the gift for soundbites and snapshots. Between small dollar donors and mega-donors, the Trump campaign has raked in hundreds of millions of dollars since the verdict. Per the campaign, about a third of those small dollar donors have never given previously. Bongino asserts, with evidence, that when someone donates, they are also likely to follow with their vote.


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8) MHProNews has been reporting for some years that ‘business as usual’ is dead and gone. We didn’t must make that up, others in the billionaire and big corporate class have publicly made that assertion. Furthermore, when the billionaire and big corporate class is saying that MAGA is the enemy, it is clear why they perceive that Trump is a threat to their power over the U.S. economic and political system.  If Biden-Democrats are the apparent preferred choice for the oligarchs and plutocrats, then it should be common sense that supporting Trump and Republicans (in general, not universally) is the preferred choice for those who want authentic change vs. empty rhetoric.





9) It isn’t a given that a Trump 2.0 would implement the Manufactured Housing Improvement Act (MHIA) of 2000’s “enhanced preemption” and other languishing provisions. But what is clear is that Biden, who voted for the MHIA, and his fellow Democrats have demonstrably NOT supported the industry, despite years of happy talk about and to manufactured housing.








9) Poverty is spreading under Biden. Middle class buying power is eroding under Biden. Small businesses are suffering under Biden. Even with some crimes going underreported, the surge in crime under Biden is apparent.






10) The Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) may as well hang a shingle out that says, we are for bigger businesses that are consolidating manufactured housing and are keeping the industry underperforming during an affordable housing crisis. Even AI powered Copilot (see 2nd link below) has poked fun at MHI, after previously saying that they appear to be guilty of false statements that could be defined as lying, paltering, and deception.






11) While it may not sound like a defense of MHI, in fairness, what they appear to be doing is posturing one thing, while doing another. It is part of the broader pattern of numbers (not all) larger businesses and several in the big billionaire-big corporate class. MHI leaders and their outside attorney have again declined to comment on these evidence-based concerns and allegations.




12) A president and bureaucracy willing to enforce existing laws is what is necessary.  That’s why the topics linked below are relevant and important. Project 2025





13) Programming notices. The latest production data is in. A detailed analysis is pending as part of our regular reporting. In brief, it is a mixed bag. Improvements in some areas, not in others, and still well behind the pace of 2022. Legal and corporate earnings call insights are also coming. Most of these topics are ignored or downplayed by others, which may explain why the latest known data indicates MHProNews is over 30 times that traffic of the #2 rival trade publication. MHI and those in that orbit are clearly okay with the status quo. That status quo is arguably harmful to consumers tens of thousands employed by the manufactured housing industry, millions  of taxpayers, and others. Stay tuned to your runaway #1 source for reliable, evidence-based manufactured home “Industry News, Tips, and Views Pros Can Use” © where “We Provide, You Decide.” © Our thanks to our readers and all who make this site possible. ##


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It isn’t rocket science. To mitigate housing costs and make homes more affordable, more new homes must be built, and/or more existing housing must be vacated. Candidate and “outlaw” Donald Trump keeps saying he will implement the largest U.S. deportation of illegals since Ike. That could help. But the indications are that still more housing is needed and because conventional builders can’t keep up or meet the price points, millions of more HUD Code manufactured homes are needed.

June is National Home Ownership Month-Affordable Housing-Manufactured Housing Institute Controversies plus Industry Facts-Figures-Trends-Challenges in May 2024 – The Top 40 – plus MHVille Markets Update

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‘Want Affordable Housing? Take the Chassis Off Manufactured Houses’ and ‘Don’t Call Them Mobile Homes’ Prof Lee Ohanian and James A. Schmitz WaPo Op-Ed Echoes Andrew Justus-Alex Armlovich views; plus MHVille Markets



Part III – Our Daily Business News on MHProNews stock market recap which features our business-daily at-a-glance update of over 2 dozen manufactured housing industry stocks.

This segment of the Daily Business News on MHProNews is the recap of yesterday evening’s market report, so that investors can see at glance the type of topics may have influenced other investors. Thus, our format includes our signature left (CNN Business) and right (Newsmax) ‘market moving’ headlines.

The macro market moves graphics below provide context and comparisons for those invested in or tracking manufactured housing connected equities. Meaning, you can see ‘at a glance’ how manufactured housing connected firms do compared to other segments of the broader equities market.

In minutes a day readers can get a good sense of significant or major events while keeping up with the trends that may be impacting manufactured housing connected investing.


Headlines from left-of-center CNN Business – 6.3.2024

  • New York Stock Exchange says bizarre glitch that showed Berkshire Hathaway down 99.97% has been resolved
  • GameStop shares gain after meme stock influencer reveals $116 million bet
  • Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange on June 3. Investors have in recent weeks grappled with data that suggests inflation is continuing to run hot while the economy cools.
  • Stocks pare losses after sliding on worries about the economy’s health
  • ESPN’s Pat McAfee faces backlash after calling WNBA star Caitlin Clark a ‘White b*tch’
  • The entrance to the Michigan Central Station is seen, Monday, May 13, 2024 in Detroit. A once hulking scavenger-ravaged monolith that symbolized Detroit’s decline reopens this week after a massive six-year multimillion dollar renovation by Ford Motor Co., which restored the Michigan Central Station to its past grandeur with a focus squarely on the future of mobility.
  • An icon of Detroit’s ruin is now a symbol of Motor City’s economic resurgence
  • Dr Pepper just passed Pepsi as the second biggest soda brand
  • A general view of atmosphere during ‘Sonic Desert’ presented by Coca-Cola Spiced and Topo Chico in partnership with BPM Music on April 13, 2024 in Thermal, California.
  • ‘Swicy’ is the hottest trend in food right now
  • The National Weather Service has predicted that much of the country will have above-normal temperatures this summer. That means higher electricity usage for many households.
  • Get ready for a summer of heat waves — and higher air conditioning bills
  • It will likely be more expensive to use your air conditioner this summer.
  • Worried about affording air conditioning this summer? Share your story
  • In an aerial view, homes sit on lots in a residential neighborhood on March 15, 2024, in Miami, Florida.
  • A shady financial tool from the housing-bubble era is making a comeback
  • London is desperate for IPOs. Could Shein end the drought?
  • Spotify is hiking its prices again
  • Toyota halts some shipments as Japan’s auto safety scandal widens
  • Even high-income Americans are shopping more at discount retailers
  • Anchor Brewing gets new lease on life after it finds an unexpected buyer
  • Why this popular card game is still relevant 52 years after its debut
  • Indian stocks hit record highs as exit polls suggest big Modi win
  • Nvidia and AMD unveil next generation AI chips as competition heats up
  • OPEC+ extends oil output cuts into 2025
  • Rupert Murdoch marries Elena Zhukova in vineyard wedding
  • Washington Post abruptly replaces executive editor Sally Buzbee in shakeup
  • American shoppers are tired. These companies are benefiting


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Headlines from right-of-center Newsmax – 6.3.2024

  • Biden to Halt Asylum Requests When Migrant Arrivals Hit 2,500
  • The White House is telling lawmakers that President Joe Biden is preparing to sign off on an executive order that would shut down asylum requests to the U.S.-Mexico border once the number of daily encounters hits 2,500 between ports of entry, with the border reopening once… [Full Story]
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  • Israel: 4 More Hostages Dead, Including 3 Seen in Video
  • Truce Douvts as Biden Says Hamas Is Sufficiently Depleted
  • Delta 2nd Airline to Resume Flights to Israel
  • Yair Netanyahu to Newsmax: World Court a Farce | video
  • 2 Ministers: We’ll Topple Israeli Govt If Biden Peace Plan’s OK’d
  • Mediators Press Israel, Hamas to Agree to Biden Truce Proposal
  • Bibi: Biden’s Gaza Plan ‘Not a Good Deal’ But Israel Accepts
  • Speaker Johnson: We’ll Impose Sanctions on ICC
  • Israel Proposal on UNRWA Condemned
  • Newsmax TV
  • Cline: Hunter’s Case ‘No Comparison’ to Trump’s
  • Karoline Leavitt: Confident in Trump’s Appeal | video
  • Danielle Alvarez: Trump Support Befuddles Dems | video
  • Donalds: Jailing Trump Would be ‘Abject Disaster’ | video
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  • Dershowitz: Trump Will Get 2-3 Years, Suspended | video
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  • Wenstrup: Fauci Faces Tough GOP Questions | video
  • Newsfront
  • Congress Expands Antisemitism Probe to 10 Colleges
  • Six congressional oversight committees on Monday reportedly initiated an investigation into antisemitism at 10 prestigious colleges – laying the groundwork to potentially cut off billions in federal funding…. [Full Story]
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  • A person found guilty of a sex crime against a child in Louisiana [Full Story] | video
  • Potential Jurors in Biden Case Asked About Politics
  • Prospective jurors in a federal gun case against President Joe [Full Story]
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  • Anthony Fauci, the top U.S. infectious disease expert until [Full Story]
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  • Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said Monday the United [Full Story]
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  • The Washington Post said Sunday that its Executive Editor Sally [Full Story]
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  • Oil Hits 4-Month Low as OPEC+ Decision Fails to Allay Demand Worries
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  • Price Cuts, Weaker Spending May Boost Fed’s Faith in Inflation Outlook
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  • FDA Warns of Dangers From Recalled Infant Formula


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