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SSA Announces COLA and Max Earnings for 2021

The SSA has published its COLA increases for 2021 as well as a new ceiling for earnings subject to OASDI. Click through to learn the details on which numbers are changing — and which are not — and how you're affected.

By the Numbers: The Key Adjustments for 2021

As the year winds down, the government changes a variety of numbers affecting tax and other financials. How do these changes affect you or the companies you manage? Click through for a review of the 2021 changes.

5 Business Tax Deductions to Consider

It has been a challenging year, but one thing that hasn't changed is taxes. Fortunately, businesses remain eligible for certain deductions. Click through to read about deadlines for key provisions that pertain to your business.

Capital Gains and Schedule D

When you sell a capital asset, the sale results in either a capital gain or capital loss. The government wants a full accounting, and the rules are complicated. Click through to learn what you have to report on Schedule D of Form 1040.

Final Rule: Employers Can Truncate SSNs on Employees' Form W-2

The federal government has taken many steps to combat identity theft. One of those measures is a recent final rule allowing employers to mask Social Security numbers on Form W-2. Click through to find out what this means.

Restructuring Debt as a Business Strategy

The Covid-19 pandemic — like earlier business crises — has forced many businesses to make hard choices regarding their future. Click through to learn about restructuring debt and whether that's an option you should consider.

Compensation Planning in the Covid-19 Era

Compensation planning in the Covid-19 era is like nothing we have seen before. The financial and economic effects of the pandemic continue to be shifting. Click through for guidance about how your company should handle compensation, especially if facing a cash crunch.

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