Monthly Archives: November 2009

IRS Audits to Find Employee Misclassification and Lost Tax Dollars

November 1st, 2009

Published November 2009 Although employee misclassification itself is not a violation of law, it is often associated with labor and tax code violations. These misclassifications cause the government to miss out on large amounts of tax revenue that it could put to use. For example, in the tax year 1984, the Internal Revenue Service estimated...

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Strong Possibility for COBRA Subsidy Extension – Free Webinar 12/3

November 1st, 2009

November 2009 Recently the Department of Labor reported that in September the economy lost 263,000 jobs, substantially more than economists predicted. With the calendar year nearing an end, the Obama administration and Congress are still contemplating extending the COBRA subsidy which pays 65% of the cost of COBRA health coverage for unemployed American workers who...

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It’s About That Time: Year-End Performance Reviews

November 1st, 2009

Published November 2009 For many businesses, the end of the calendar year brings about increased responsibility and workloads. In addition to this, year end performance reviews of employees often take place.  This article has been created with two different sections. One section is to help employees to steer their year-end review in the right direction....

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