The Americans with Disabilities Act is a federal civil rights law that applies to people with disabilities, and it protects them from discrimination. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, a federal government agency, enforces the sections of the ADA that prohibit employment discrimination.
Tax withholding is a seemingly inevitable part of working, but there are exceptions, as shown by the following information about employees exempt from withholding.
A deferred annuity is a contract between you and a life insurance company. Funds are exchanged for a promise to provide a competitive rate of interest with a minimum interest rate guarantee while guaranteeing the principal investment as well. The benefit payments don't start until perhaps 10 or 20 years down the road. The longer you wait for the payments to kick in, the more you'll get.
Have you witnessed your mom, dad or grandparents having trouble managing money on a day-to-day basis? Are you worried that they may become vulnerable to scams or identity theft? What would happen if you had to suddenly take over management of your parent's finances—paying bills and managing their money? There's not only the day-to-day management but the annual tax returns as well.
Individual retirement accounts help workers, especially those without access to employer-based plans, save for retirement. Anyone with earned income from a job claimed for tax purposes or who has a spouse with earned income can open and contribute to an IRA. Lawmakers designed these accounts to promote retirement savings and receive big tax savings, but added restrictions to discourage early withdrawals, making it harder to raid your life savings.
A key performance indicator is a measurable value that demonstrates how effectively a company is achieving key business objectives. High-level KPIs focus on your overall performance, while low-level KPIs zero in on processes or employees in sales, marketing or at a call center.
Introduced in 2017 via the 21st Century Cures Act, the QSEHRA is an employer-funded health benefit that enables tax-free reimbursements. Only small employers with fewer than 50 full-time employees and who do not otherwise provide a group health plan can offer a QSEHRA. In a nutshell, the employer provides a monthly allowance, which signifies the maximum monthly amount that's reimbursable to employees for personal health care expenses.
Do you live paycheck to paycheck? An unforeseen problem can become a disaster if you're not prepared. The cumulative result of overspending can put you in a precarious position. If an economic recession were to hit, it would leave you with very few options.
Every so often a dramatic case of financial fraud makes the headlines because of the sheer amount of money involved. But, on average, companies with fewer than 100 employees suffer the largest median loss and 42% of fraud cases are caused by a lack of internal controls.
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