Some managers leave their machines on all the time (with a screen saver, of course) under the assumption that this will preserve the monitor and the fan motor. That’s less necessary today because most new computers are designed in a way that switching the machine on and off won’t cause any stress to the system. Still, if your computer comes with a power-conservation feature, you need not worry about shutting it off. A “sleep” mode lets you leave it on and then restart it without sapping lots of power.
Thousands of employers have been snared in the IRS's all-out initiative to increase employment-tax audits—its first such initiative in 25 years. A main target: the tax treatment and reporting of employee fringe benefits....Click here to find out more.