Every year on Thanksgiving I like to focus my blog on gratitude because I have so much to be grateful for. Gratitude is defined as “the quality of … Read more about Gratitude on this Thanksgiving
In the depths of the recession not too long ago, expenditures on a holiday party were nixed. Today, the holiday party is back. Last year, about 80% of … Read more about Planning an Office Holiday Party?
Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangements (QSEHRAs) allow small employers that don’t offer health coverage to reimburse employees for … Read more about QSEHRA: A Health Coverage Solution for You?
Wellness programs can enable employees to lose weight, stop smoking, learn about health risks, and more. So it’s a great idea for employers to … Read more about How Healthy Are Wellness Programs?
On November 2, the House released its much-anticipated tax bill (H.R. 1 ) called the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The measure has many moving parts and it’s … Read more about What the Proposed Tax Bill Means to Small Business Owners
Veterans Day, which originally was fixed to commemorate the Armistice for World War I but later became a day to honor veterans of all wars, is … Read more about Work Opportunity Credit for Hiring Veterans: 10 Things to Know
A recent survey from OfficeTeam found some astounding statistics regarding boredom in the workplace: Professionals said they were bored on … Read more about The Question of Boredom Isn’t Boring
Whether you already have a qualified retirement plan in place or are thinking of starting one for 2018, now is a good time to familiarize yourself … Read more about Getting Ready for Your 2018 Retirement Plan: Changes Ahead
It seems no family, no community, and no business is untouched by the opioid crisis. HHS reports that in 2015 there were more than 70,000 deaths and … Read more about Opioid Crisis and Small Business
Cybersecurity describes measures you take to protect your computer and information from unauthorized access. Concerns about cybersecurity are … Read more about Tax Deductions for Cybersecurity
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, there are over 2 million farms in the U.S. The vast majority are small farms, which means they’re … Read more about Tax Developments for Farmers
The hurricanes got me thinking … do employers have to pay their staff during the period that a company is shut down? Hurricanes aren’t the only … Read more about Your Obligation to Employees during Emergency Shutdowns
This is a sponsored post by UnitedHealthcare. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Buying health coverage is increasingly important in this tight … Read more about Get Small Business Health Insurance Fast
If your employees go out of town on company business, likely the company is picking up the tab. From a tax perspective, there are certain ways to do … Read more about Reimbursing Employees for Business Travel
According to Dictionary.com, big data is consists of “billions or trillions of records that are so vast and complex that they require new and powerful … Read more about Big Data and Small Business