IRS Adds Student Loan Contributions to 401(K) Plans

IRS Adds Student Loan Contributions to 401(K) Plans

It’s no secret student debt has been a rising epidemic in our nation; over $1.4 trillion now owed in student bills country-wide. For countless millennials, it’s an easy trap to fall into, and while the reasons behind why student debt is so high in recent years are...
Federal Reserve Increases Interest Rates Yet Again

Federal Reserve Increases Interest Rates Yet Again

For the third time this year, the Federal Reserve has raised their interest rates yet again from 2% to 2.25%, and according to most, it’s a change that was both expected and welcome. Used to calculate the rates for credit cards, mortgages, and other forms of consumer...
New Amnesty Laws in Wake of Wayfair v. South Dakota

New Amnesty Laws in Wake of Wayfair v. South Dakota

Ever since the decisive Supreme Court ruling on the requirements of online businesses regarding sales tax, Wayfair v. South Dakota, states across the nation have been enacting new sales tax laws, while the businesses they affect have been left scrambling to keep up....
IRS Offers Help to Hurricane Victims

IRS Offers Help to Hurricane Victims

The Internal Revenue Service has recently released information on tax relief that is available to victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. In general, the IRS is now providing relief to individuals and businesses anywhere in Florida, Georgia, Puerto Rico and the...
Hurricane Charity Scams on the Rise

Hurricane Charity Scams on the Rise

With many victims of the most recent natural disasters still dealing with the devastating effects on their homes and businesses, good hearted people are looking to donate and help in any way possible. The IRS has recently issued information to help protect taxpayers...
Wage Theft and Worker Mis-classification: Part 3

Wage Theft and Worker Mis-classification: Part 3

In the second part of our blog series on the lawsuits filed by the Labor Commissioner’s Office, we covered a Chula Vista restaurant, La Querencia, who deprived their workers of their hard-earned pay and was ordered to pay over $274,000. You can review our last...

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