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Congress clears way for overtime revamp.
Medicare reforms include pro-business changes.
Congress gives all employers ability to confirm I-9 documents.
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I am one of three owners in a small business. We're concerned about the impact of a disability on one of us. What are the possible tax ramifications if we buy disability insurance on the lives of all three business owners to fund a disability buyout? How do we structure the arrangement to benefit from lower capital gains taxes?
Quick quiz: If you hire temporary employees, what does your contract with the temp agency say about performing background checks? Is it your duty? Is it theirs?
Don't slack off on safety efforts just because you've heard that the U.S. workplace has become safer.
Make sure you keep your insurance payments up to date, and never "oversell" the quality or quantity of your employee benefits.
This time of year, companies often pass the hat to help the less fortunate. Word of caution: Make contributions an option.
Paying employees via direct deposit saves time and money. But can you mandate that all employees must receive their wages through direct deposit? The answer is "No," according to the U.S. Labor Department.
First came tiered drug benefits, in which employees paid higher co-payments for expensive prescriptions. Then came tiered hospital benefits, in which they paid more for costlier facilities. Now, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, it's tiered doctor networks.