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Money Topics To Discuss With Your Partner

Last week, I did a local workplace “lunch and learn” presentation on “Managing Your Personal Finances” for a small group of corporate employees. One of the topics that we discussed was how complex it can be when two people join their finances together in a marriage. 530 more words

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Tax Records: Which Ones to Toss and When

Now is a great time to clean out that growing mountain of financial papers and tax documents that clutter your home and office. Here’s what you need to keep and what you can throw out. 847 more words

Tax Tips

Tax Implications for Self-Employed Consultants

Picking up a second job to supplement household income in a tough economy is becoming more common. Many Americans are choosing to become consultants that visit homes to sell make-up, jewelry, candles, kitchen utensils and food products. 586 more words

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Looking For Work May Impact Your Taxes

If you are looking for a job in the same line of work that you’re currently involved with, you may be able to deduct some of your job search costs. 482 more words

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Free Retirement Plan Compliance Webinar on 8/25/16

On Thursday, August 25, 2016, the IRS will present a free webinar about employee plan compliance.  The IRS Employee Plan Compliance Unit (EPCU) focuses on areas of compliance.   200 more words


Injured employee fired for post-accident drug test - how do I count lost days on the OSHA 300 log?

If an employee sustains a work-related injury that requires days away from work, but is terminated for illegal drug use based on the results of a post-accident drug test.   245 more words

What if injured employee has lost days over two years - how is it recorded on the OSHA 300 Log?

Under current OSHA record keeping rules, 1904.7(b)(3)(ix), if an injury case occurs in one year but results in days away during the next calendar year, is the case recorded on both current year and next year’s OSHA 300 logs? 315 more words