Month: November 2021

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Jennifer Sutton, pictured with her children, quit her job this year to open Guest Haus Juicery & Matcha Bar in Park City, Utah. Courtesy: Jennifer Sutton Jennifer Sutton was burned out. When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, the 37-year-old advertising executive suddenly found herself juggling work and remote schooling for her two young children. Even when
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The University of Maryland The Washington Post | The Washington Post | Getty Images Across the country, colleges are in crisis. Fewer students went back to school again this year, dragging undergraduate enrollment down another 3.5% from last year, according to a report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. Combined with last autumn’s declines, the
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Bouncy bouncy; PPP penalty; doughnut try this at home; and other highlights of recent tax cases. Orem, Utah: Resident Louis Hansen has been sentenced to 51 months in prison for tax evasion and corruptly endeavoring to obstruct the IRS. In March 2012, Hansen gave the IRS a $342,669.41 check that he knew was drawn on
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If you buy something through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. There are plenty of gift guides with creative and personalized Christmas gifts for clients, customers, employees, and coworkers. However, business owners are busier than ever throughout the holiday season. So there isn’t always time to get that shopping
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Amber Goering The Kansas Society of CPAs elected its 2021-22 officers, directors and trustees, appointing: Amber Goering, owner, Goering & Granatino, as chair of the board; Joe Ronnebaum, PwC, as vice chair; and Norman Hope, McPherson College, as secretary/treasurer. KSCPA also elected to three-year terms on the board of directors: Kristin Cargin, Deloitte & Touche;
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A pizzeria in North Babylon, New York, advertises available positions for wait staff and delivery drivers. Newsday LLC | Newsday | Getty Images It turns out the “Great Resignation” is more of a “Great Reckoning,” according to a survey by consulting firm Mercer. In other words, the movement is more about who is quitting their
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It’s well known that people like to feel appreciated at their job — in fact, it is one of the most sought-after rewards in the workplace. Not only does it create job satisfaction, but it also results in higher productivity and employee retention while building trust and engagement. Motivation runs deeper than just money. Bonuses
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Yes, you do. During the infancy of selling online, eCommerce business transactions flew freely under the radar. Times have changed and technology has caught up to online business. And that’s not a bad thing. A business owner with the proper business licensing stands ready to increase profits. Your reputation is solid because you operate legally
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Catherine Wood, chief executive officer of ARK Investment Management LLC, speaks during the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California, on Monday, Oct. 18, 2021. Kyle Grillot | Bloomberg | Getty Images Cathie Wood — known for her innovation ETFs that garnered billions in inflows during the pandemic — said Ark Invest is internally
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Second Harvest Heartland workers distribute food in a recent truck to trunk event. As Covid-19 cases in Minneapolis surge, so has the demand for food, said CEO Allison O’Toole. Courtesy: Second Harvest Heartland The onset of the Covid-19 pandemic last year prompted millions of Americans to wait in long lines for food assistance in the
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Pinterest pledged $50 million to overhaul its corporate culture and promote diversity as part of an agreement to resolve allegations that it discriminated against women and people of color, according to court documents and statements from the plaintiffs and the company. The settlement was announced on Wednesday by Seth Magaziner, the general treasurer of Rhode
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The Internal Revenue Service released an advance copy of a set of proposed regulations that can help taxpayers, employers and insurers navigate the complex tax rules surrounding COVID-19 testing and health insurance coverage. REG-109128-21 includes proposed regulations saying that “minimum essential coverage,” as that term is used in health insurance-related tax laws, doesn’t include Medicaid