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.
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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It's obvious that without customers, your company wouldn't be in business. But not all customers are alike. Some account for a big percentage of your profit, while others' contributions may be negligible.
Thursday, July 5, 2018
Think of your not-for-profit organization and its external auditor as dance partners performing a well-choreographed routine. To execute the dance properly, each dancer must complete specific moves and coordinate timing with his or her partner. Likewise, your organization and its audit firm each have particular duties in the audit process but share the same end goal: a set of financial statements that fairly present your financial condition and operating results.
When a divorce happens, there are often major financial consequences and some important tax issues too. Here are the tax rules that generally apply when a couple's assets are split up in a divorce property settlement.
Eligible employers may now be able to conduct a self-audit of certain wage practices, thanks to a pilot program from the Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division (WHD).
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) changes the rules for deducting interest on home loans. Most homeowners will be unaffected because favorable grandfather provisions will keep the prior-law rules for home acquisitions debt in place for them.
Take a look around. If you've been building up piles of scrap, excess raw materials, obsolete equipment, returned inventory and spare parts, you probably need an investment recovery program.
If you're an employee of your practice, you may receive company-paid long-term disability insurance coverage as a tax-free fringe benefit.