When you donate money to a qualified charity at the end of the year, you can generally deduct the entire contribution. Just be sure to stick to the letter of the law, particularly all the recordkeeping requirements.
While lawsuits may be practically inevitable in today’s litigious society, losing them is not. Ten rules to follow:
There are things women can do to propel themselves higher up the ladder, says Vickie Milazzo, author of Wicked Success Is Inside Every Woman. Some must-do hints for getting ahead:
While everyone has been using Facebook and Twitter, it seems, Google+ has been gaining ground. Here's a basic primer on getting around Google+.
The way you look and act while on a business trip reflects back on your employer. Avoid making a bad impression on your next work trip. Follow these five tips for business travel.
Your body language can work for or against you. By striking a pose that makes you look confident, you actually gain confidence. Adopting a “power pose” may even enhance your performance.
Apple designed Siri to make life easier, but it can be completely use­­less if you don’t know how to take ad­­vantage of its talents. Some tips to turn Siri into a serious assistant:
As the holiday season nears, so begin the inevitable questions from employees regarding holiday pay issues. Misconceptions abound, with employees mistakenly believing they are entitled to much more than they really are.
It’s never easy to confront an employee whose performance is slipping or simply not up to par. Here are six ways to prep yourself for confronting an underachiever.
Microsoft has made some major changes in the way it offers Office. If you’re feeling a little cloudy about it, you’re not alone. Here's a little more information to help clear things up.