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Tax Items To Check as the Year Winds Up

The fourth quarter is a good time to take stock of your tax situation and ask yourself the important questions: Do you need any adjustments to your withholding? What 2021 changes will affect you when you prepare your taxes? Click through for an end-of-year tax review.

EEOC Provides Updated Guidance on COVID-19 Vaccine Policies

If you require or encourage your employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine, you should know about the EEOC's updated guidance. Click through to make sure your company stays safe and compliant.

Commercial Properties: What Comes Next?

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the value and potential for commercial real estate is unclear. Click through for some insights into what the future holds for this market and what you can do to prepare.

Supply Chains and Logistics

Availability, timing, shipping and seasonal availability — key factors that need to work together. Click through to see that accounting can help logistics, cut excess costs, and deliver products in a quick and cost-effective way.

The Sharing Economy: Tax and More

The sharing economy is based on peer-to-peer activity — acquiring, providing or sharing access to goods and services. Click through to see how it's facilitated by community-based online platforms.

What Is the Innocent Spouse Rule?

Want to seek relief from penalties that resulted from your spouse's underpayment of tax? Click through to learn how you can protect yourself.

Home Office Tech Tips

Office-friendly tools for your workspace can help you enhance efficiency and decrease stress. Click through to learn what remote workers look for among new gear and apps.

Should You Pay an Employee Who Resigns With Two Weeks' Notice?

When an employee hands in their two-week notice of resignation, it triggers payroll questions, including whether the employee should be paid at all. What are the rules and best practices for this situation? Click through for information to help you create a policy.

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