HR and the 2016 Presidential Election

CHANGES AND THEIR IMPACT The 2016 election for President included the majority election of Republican representatives in the House and the Senate.  Democrats were able to retain the power to filibuster with their 60 votes in the Senate.  The 2018 elections for Senate seats may change that.  How does that impact the check and balances […]

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2016 A Year of Changes

Some of the changes all employers should be aware of and watching in 2016 are: 1.  Permanent extension of the monthly limit on exclusions from tax are the Transit Pass and the Van-pool Benefits.  Limit has been raised to $250/monthly the same as qualified parking exclusions. 2. Do you qualify for the Work Opportunity Tax [...]

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A Glimpse of the 2016 Employee

Original Publication Vol.28 Issue 4 Fall 2015  Published by the Ohio State Bar Association. SOLO, Small Firms and General Practice Section   When is a “newly created” job not new?  When is Employment like Enron accounting?  Answer? When you take employment and you change its scope and category.  On July 15, 2015 the Department of [...]

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