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Quiet Quitting: What Employers Need To Know

Is one of your employees doing the bare minimum — just enough to avoid getting fired? This employee might be engaging in the latest trend: "quiet quitting." Click through for more on this fast-growing occupational phenomenon.

Employee Retention Credit: Over but Not Done

The ERC was an especially helpful tax break for businesses during the pandemic. It was also especially complex, with a number of changes along the way. Click through to see where you may stand with it, including the time you have left to claim it.

How To Handle Leave-of-Absence Requests

Now that we're on the other side of the pandemic, how should companies respond to leave-of-absence requests? There's no easy answer, but there are legal and practical reasons for being generous. Click through for some information to help you create a policy.

Tax and Timing for Medical Expenses

When you want to take advantage of certain medical care deductions, the rules regarding what you can and cannot do seem straightforward. However, with some subtle planning, you can legally game the system to boost your deductions. Click through for tips on how to get the most out of the IRS.

How To Make Use of Annuities

Thinking about buying an annuity so you can get steady income when you retire? It may be a good idea, but there's a lot to think about first. Click through to learn about the array of annuities to choose from.

Is Work Clothing Deductible?

Wondering whether you can take a deduction for the clothing you wear as a small-business owner? The answer isn't simple. The IRS has strict rules on clothing deductions. Click through before you buy that Armani suit on the company's dime.

What Is a Buy-Sell Agreement?

How do businesses separate ownership and assets if a partner divests, perishes, or becomes disabled? What happens if the company dissolves? You need to consider these possibilities carefully. Click through to learn some important truths about exit strategies.

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