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Summer jobs can be an effective way to teach children about financial responsibility, encourage them to save for college or retirement, and provide them with spending money during the school year. If you own a business, consider hiring your child (or grandchild) as a legitimate employee. It can be a smart tax-saving strategy for employee and employer alike, especially under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).
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Fatalities and injuries from machines are a high risk in many jobs. They may occur during service and maintenance tasks when workers face exposure to uncontrolled releases of energy after initiating a machine.
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They say hindsight is 20/20. You can take advantage of that hindsight by holding regular project closeout meetings to find nuggets of truth about how the project went and learn from them.

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Frustrated by rising costs, managed care demands and overwhelming patient loads, a growing number of physicians are converting their traditional practices into retainer-based or "concierge" practices. Under this evolving model, physicians cut back the number of patients they see, spend more time on personalized care and charge each participant an annual fee ranging from $1,500 to $20,000. In short, these doctors receive more money for seeing fewer patients and gain more control over the way they practice medicine.
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In one not-for-profit article, we described why your organization needs to keep accurate records and how a good recordkeeping system can help prove that you are complying with various laws.
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First the bad news: Despite passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), the individual alternative minimum tax (AMT) is still in place. But there's some good news: The law has made AMT rules more taxpayer-friendly for 2018 through 2025. In addition, other TCJA changes reduce the odds that you'll owe the AMT for those years. Even so, you may still benefit from taking steps now to avoid or minimize it.
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Would you like to invest in a business that allows you to subsequently sell you stock tax-free? That may be possible with qualified small business corporation (QSBC) stock that's acquired on or after September 28, 2010. Sales of QSBC stock are potentially eligible for a 100% federal income tax exclusion. That translates into a 0% federal income tax rate on your profits from selling stock in a QSBC.
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When employees request time off under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), employers need to tread carefully.
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When was the last time you took a carefull look at your office overhead costs and compared them to the same period last year? Expenses can creep up fast if nobody is monitoring them. Generally speaking, the cost of running a medical office can range between 35 and a whopping 70 percent of the practice's gross revenue.

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If your company is involved in a product recall, there are certain federal regulations that must be followed. But in addition to complying with the law, a well-handled recall can help ensure customers trust your company and its products in the future.

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