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No matter how careful your manufacturing company and your workers are, accidents and injuries can still happen. When they do, responding properly is an important factor in keeping your workers' compensation costs under control.
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As construction firms evolve, they quickly outgrow their first generation accounting software packages.
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These days, doctors find that many patients come into appointments having already diagnosed themselves based on information they found on the Internet. Given the unregulated nature of the Web, patients often present misleading or distorted information as the basis for self-evaluations when they meet with their physicians.
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Organizations that are created to provide goods or services exclusively (or primarily) to Section 501(c)(3) organizations (or governmental entities) may think that this purpose is sufficient to also qualify them under tax law. However, providing commercial type services exclusively to exempt organizations is not by itself an exempt purpose. Much more is required for qualification under the rules of Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) than just having a mission to assist charitable organizations.
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For charitable donors, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) provided some tax breaks and took away others. Here's what charity-minded individuals need to know.
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As millions of people sign up for COVID-19 vaccines across the United States, dishonest people see yet another opportunity to defraud, cheat or steal from unsuspecting victims. Don't let yourself be swept up in these types of scams. Too often, these con artists make promises that they can't keep, including offers of faster access to vaccine shots or even personalized delivery.
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The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) includes major, but temporary, changes to the longstanding federal income tax child and dependent care credit. The changes are favorable for most taxpayers, except high-income individuals. Here's what you need to know about this credit and how it's changing for 2021.
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A trademark is a brand name. It may include any word, name, symbol and/or device that's used (or intended to be used) to identify and distinguish the goods and services of one seller or provider from those of others, and to indicate the source of the goods and services, according to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). In some situations, trademarks may extend beyond company names and logos.
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General contractors for big-budget construction projects look for ways to manage risks, including the possibility that subcontractors won't perform the work they were hired to do.
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Studies show that only a handful of adults are visiting and using information from websites that rate physicians. For example, more than 80 percent of California-based adults say they use the Internet for health-related information, such as medical symptoms and diagnoses, according to a Harris Interactive poll commissioned by the California HealthCare Foundation. But less than 25 percent of those surveyed say they have visited physician ratings sites, and only 2 percent of those actually made a physician change based on the information they found. Even fewer, less than 1 percent, say they made a hospital or health plan switch based on online ratings.

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