Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency — a cryptocurrency. It's essentially a form of money that exists only as computer code and is not overseen by any central bank. It was created in 2009 and is maturing as a recognized asset class on Wall Street. Already, bitcoin futures trade on major markets — allowing investors to bet on bitcoin’s price without holding the coin itself. Although it is not the only cryptocurrency, it has become the most famous.
The IRS has provided information to taxpayers and employers about changes related to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on the rules for these expenses: moving, vehicle and unreimbursed employee. But there's a bright spot: The agency offered information about higher depreciation limits for some vehicles.
A tax reciprocal agreement is established when two states agree to avoid the burden of dual taxation on employees who live in one state while working in another state. The contract exempts the employee from taxes in his or her work state while requiring payment only to the home state.
Mothers and fathers have been navigating maternity and paternity leave policies for decades. Unfortunately, the U.S. has one of the least impressive frameworks for this time off in place. But with knowledge and planning, you can make this time work for you and your employees.
You may have heard of a living trust that's created while you are still alive. It can be set up as a revocable trust, permitting you to change the terms of the trust or to dissolve it entirely should circumstances change.
How can the Small Business Administration help you grow your business? Take a quick look at how the SBA works.
It has long been the rule that a state cannot collect sales tax from a vendor that is selling products in that state, unless that vendor has a physical presence, called a nexus. However, on June 21, in a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court swept away the nexus rule in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., saying states could collect sales tax even if there is no physical presence.
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