The IRS issued final regulations to clarify rules related to the acquisition, production, or improvement of tangible property in September 2013. Anders has blogged in great detail about various aspects of the new regulations. One of the provisions we’ve addressed… Read More
Most self-employed individuals know they are allowed a deduction on their federal tax return for the health insurance they paid. The deduction is for medical, dental or long-term care insurance premiums paid for the self-employed, their spouse and dependents. Self-employed… Read More
With the open enrollment period for Medicare coming soon, my wife and I will soon be inundated with advertisements and promotional material for our coverage. We are both current Medicare enrollees. She is in the traditional Medicare program (Parts A… Read More
This year, employers have gotten their first taste of the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA’s) community rating rules. As a result of the rules, many organizations with fully insured health benefit plans and relatively healthy workforces have seen their premiums go… Read More
Writing a resume can be tricky business. What to add versus what not to? What things will make your resume jump off the page?
Here are a few tips to make a recruiter STOP and read your resume. After all,… Read More