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One of the advantages of owning and operating your own business is the ability to hire family members to fill open positions. This can be a significant perk in today's tight labor market. Bringing on family members can have tax benefits for all involved, too, and offers an opportunity to start a… Read more

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Companies routinely evaluate opportunities to reduce expenses. With the prices of gasoline, diesel fuel, natural gas and propane surging across the country, many organizations are currently focusing on lowering energy consumption. This process starts with an energy audit.

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Buying a house in today's overheated real estate market can be challenging — especially as mortgage rates are on the rise. But financially secure parents who are considering downsizing or relocating to greener pastures may want to consider transferring their homes to their adult children. Here are…

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In today's tight labor market, small businesses may need to think outside the box to find employees to fill open positions. In some cases, you may have to sweeten the deal with higher salaries or extra benefits. But you may be able to offset higher compensation costs with a lucrative federal tax…

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Although tax credits as subsidies have been a cornerstone catalyst for advancing many ESG policies and technologies over the last several years, tax is often forgotten or minimized in the process of creating and implementing corporate ESG and value creation strategies. Ignoring the symbiotic…

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The ground rules that determine whether an employee qualifies for overtime pay or is classified as "exempt" are set by the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and regulations under that law issued by the Department of Labor. Based on the FLSA, an employee who's exempt is considered ineligible for…

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The COVID pandemic prompted numerous temporary changes to the tax laws for 2020 and 2021. From Economic Impact Payments, penalty-free IRA distributions and the expanded child tax credit to Employee Retention Credits and credits for paid leave, taxpayers had ample areas to make mistakes when…

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The IRS recently announced it will be increasing the standard mileage rate for qualified business drivers for the second half of 2022. The adjustment reflects rising costs at the gas pumps this year. It's accompanied by a hike in the standard mileage rate for medical expenses for all taxpayers and…

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