13 Things to Hold Onto For Next Year’s Taxes

Ms. Career Girl

Probably the most well-known tax form is the W-2. When you purchase a new home during a tax year, keep your closing documents , proof of payments and insurance records for as long as you own the home. The document may show the disbursements for real estate taxes and property insurance. The post 13 Things to Hold Onto For Next Year’s Taxes appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. Are you breathing a sigh of relief now that tax season is officially over?

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The Top Five Signs you Need an HR Person

Workology

HR includes the hiring and onboarding process, benefits (not just insurance), strategic planning, employee relations, training and more. HR people can also help manage mass hiring and onboarding effectively, which is much better than heaping that responsibility on an overworked office manager who has time to do little more than throw an I-9 and W-2 at a new employee. Hiring a full-time HR person for the first time is a big step for a small business. Is it worth the expense?

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“Short Answers on Saturdays”

Sklover Working Wisdom

Question 5: Can a former employer type “FIRED” all over my W-2 tax forms, even though I won unemployment? My employer’s health insurance covers me in Pennsylvania, but if I see a doctor in Florida it’s considered “out of network” and a lot more expensive. Since so many blog visitors submit Questions, we’ve decided to devote Saturdays to answering several Questions at once, and have chosen those that call for “shorter&# Answers. .

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Five Short Q & A’s on Saturday

Sklover Working Wisdom

Question 5 - “Breaking” a Non-Compete: I am an insurance broker in Delaware, trying to “break” a non-compete agreement. My question is this: can I break it if the owner has done some questionable things regarding comingling of money from his real estate company with money from the insurance company. Also, he has not paid commissions, is a willing partner in allowing an employee to forge a W-2 statement and other problems, too. .

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The Perfect Revenge: How to Quit a Job & Resign at Work

Workology

Except I had responsibilities like a house payment, and my company offered good insurance. Include any instructions as to where to mail your final paycheck, W-2, or where to contact you for questions. How I Quit My Job. An employee goes from engaged to disengaged like lightening, and a passive candidate to active possibly even at a faster pace. An employee reaches the decision in a split second. They have reached their breaking point and had enough.

“Short Answers on Saturdays”

Sklover Working Wisdom

Question 5: Can a former employer type “FIRED” all over my W-2 tax forms, even though I won unemployment? My employer’s health insurance covers me in Pennsylvania, but if I see a doctor in Florida it’s considered “out of network” and a lot more expensive. Since so many blog visitors submit Questions, we’ve decided to devote Saturdays to answering several Questions at once, and have chosen those that call for “shorter&# Answers. .

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