The ongoing coronavirus crisis brought health care benefits at the center of employee benefits. But for millennials, career advancement opportunities are still the main driving force. According to the latest survey from Life Extension, about one-third of millennials prioritize work over health. Career Over Health: What Different Generations Do What is most important in life
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Condo bunco; life goes on; heavy metals; and other highlights of recent tax cases. Honolulu: Businessman Wagdy Guirguis and CPA Michael Higa have been convicted of conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government. Guirguis was also convicted of three counts of filing false corporate income tax returns, one count of failure to file a corporate income
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One of the United States’ top financial regulators said Thursday that new regulations on bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies were coming soon, but he downplayed concerns that the new rules would be disruptive. Brian Brooks, the acting comptroller of the currency, told CNBC’s Melissa Lee on “Squawk Box” to expect “clarity” on cryptocurrency in the next
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With the holidays, inboxes will be increasingly filled with out of office (OOO) auto replies. Some are short and sweet. Some are terse. Some are jovial. Some are lengthy and confessional. But most people who set their inboxes to OOO don’t put much time into what they’re conveying to the outside. They should. And so
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Pluses of filing early; shutdown fallout; CAF problems; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers. Sense of security? Liberty Tax (http://www.libertytax.com/tax-lounge): What to tell them about the pluses of filing early, from possibly avoiding fraud or ID theft to knowing exactly what you do or don’t owe. The Income Tax School (http://www.theincometaxschool.com/blog/): And remember,
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Busted; ‘an undercover agent or anything;’ dastardly deeds; and other highlights of recent tax cases. Milwaukee: Health care exec Latoya N. Joseph has been sentenced to eight months in prison and six months of home confinement for tax evasion. Joseph was owner and operator of Jannah Home Health Care, which provided personal care primarily to
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Tony Hsieh, former CEO of Zappos.com Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images Former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh, who died last week from injuries sustained in a house fire, did not leave behind a will, according to published reports. Hsieh, who retired in August from the shoe and clothing online retailer, succumbed to complications from smoke
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With fewer than 10 days until government funding runs out, congressional lawmakers are down to the wire to fund the government and provide additional pandemic-related relief to the households and businesses trying to make it through the winter. This week, both Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and a bipartisan group of lawmakers released new
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