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10 ways cloud computing can benefit manufacturers

10 ways cloud computing can benefit manufacturers

Cloud computing has become an integral part of the modern-day manufacturing environment, growing in leaps and bounds over the last decade. Indeed, the use of this technology has spurred efficiency in manufacturing production. In a nutshell, cloud computing uses a...

Keep these 3 issues in mind after you file your return

Keep these 3 issues in mind after you file your return

The tax filing deadline for 2023 tax returns is April 15 this year. If you need more time, you can file for an extension until October 15. In either case, once your 2023 tax return has been successfully filed with the IRS, there may still be some issues to bear in...

How construction businesses can better manage their money

How construction businesses can better manage their money

For construction businesses, financial management is notoriously complex. Contractors have to deal with the ebbs and flows of their respective markets, project-based pricing and collections, rising operating costs, and various other factors — not the least of which is...

How renting out a vacation property will affect your taxes

How renting out a vacation property will affect your taxes

Are you dreaming of buying a vacation beach home, lakefront cottage or ski chalet? Or perhaps you’re fortunate enough to already own a vacation home. In either case, you may wonder about the tax implications of renting it out for part of the year. Count the days The...

What employers can do about missing 401(k) plan participants

What employers can do about missing 401(k) plan participants

When employees leave their jobs, financial advisors typically encourage them to roll over their 401(k) plans into a new employer’s plan or perhaps an IRA. Many people follow this advice, but not everyone. As you may be able to attest, many employers that sponsor...

Update on retirement account required minimum distributions

Update on retirement account required minimum distributions

If you have a tax-favored retirement account, including a traditional IRA, you’ll become exposed to the federal income tax required minimum distribution (RMD) rules after reaching a certain age. If you inherit a tax-favored retirement account, including a traditional...

Beware of a stealth tax on Social Security benefits

Beware of a stealth tax on Social Security benefits

Some people mistakenly believe that Social Security benefits are always free from federal income tax. Unfortunately, that’s often not the case. In fact, depending on how much overall income you have, up to 85% of your benefits could be hit with federal income tax....

HIPAA and remote work: A refresher for employers

Many employers now allow employees to work remotely, either all or part of the time. If your organization does and sponsors a health care plan, here’s a brief refresher on some of the rules regarding protected health information (PHI) and the Health Insurance...

How employers can avoid common errors with cafeteria plans

How employers can avoid common errors with cafeteria plans

For a long time now, cafeteria plans — also known as flexible benefits plans or Section 125 plans — have allowed employers to offer employees a varied menu of customized, tax-friendly fringe benefits. One of the great things about these plans is that, once designed...

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