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Courtney Brunson making waves!!!! Harvard Law Student, President of Harvard Legal Aid Bureau and Part-time Policy Adviser to the Black Economic Council of Massachusetts (BECMA),  a nonprofit working to advance the economic well-being of Black citizens in the state..  Click the image or title to learn how Courtney is working with BECMA to establish a Public Bank in Massachusetts and how this intersects with a bill drafted by HLS Professor Christine A. Desan and a number of Harvard Law Students working under her direction and the Massachusetts Public Banking coalition which includes BECMA .

IRS Turbocharges the Employee Retention Tax Credit

Last year the government created an employee retention tax credit to keep employees on their payroll. Recent tweaks have made it even more attractive. Click the image or title to learn more and to see if it's something your business should take advantage of.

Key Questions To Help You Prepare for a GSA Assessment

Working with the General Services Administration  (GSA) can be rewarding, but there are a lot of possible pitfalls. The smart company knows how to work around these. Click the image or title for some tips on keeping your work on track with GSA terms and conditions.

Executive Order Targets Noncompete Agreements

President Biden has taken aim at noncompete agreements in the workplace. Click the image or title to learn what that means for ordinary workers and why the White House is making noncompete agreements its priority.

3rd Batch of Dirty Dozen: IRS "Dirty Dozen" list warns people to watch out for tax-related scams.

We continue our focus on the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)  "Dirty Dozen" worst tax scams of 2021.  In this issue the Agency reminds seniors and immigrants to watch out for predators posing as fake charities impersonating IRS authorities, charging excessive fees for Offers in Compromise, conducting unemployment insurance fraud and unscrupulously preparing tax returns.  Click the image or title to learn more

Post Pandemic Dress Guidance

Workplace style during the pandemic took a dramatic shift to casual attire. Was this a one-time change or was it permanent? Click the image or title to see whether office dress codes will return to pre-pandemic button-downs and slacks.

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