Workers Compensation Bureau and Resources by State

Workology

Workers Compensation Definition. Workers compensation is defined as a form of insurance providing wage replacement and medical benefits to employees injured in the course of employment in exchange for mandatory relinquishment of the employee’s right to sue his or her employer for the tort of negligence. Because Workers Compensation are state programs, they are unique and specific to each and every state. List of Bureau of Workers Compensation Resources by State.

Job Change? Ten Tax Tips – Things to discuss with your tax advisor

Sklover Working Wisdom

COBRA and unemployment benefits are taxable, as well – Regardless of whether an employee resigned or was terminated, sometimes former employers pay health premiums or reimburse their former employees’ insurance premiums for a period of time. Unemployment benefits, too, are taxable, as well. If you are making such a move, do not hesitate to ask your new employer take that into account when determining your compensation level.

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Should You Move for a Job?

Career Alley

Some relocation services offer monetary compensation while the spouse/partner seeks a new job, others offer networking assistance, outplacement/career services, interviewing skills training and resume preparation assistance. Are there tax benefits or disincentives? The states with no state income tax are: Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington and Wyoming. By Leah O’Flynn, Executive Recruiter , IT Division. Moving is a big undertaking for most folks.

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