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Alimony Considerations After the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

The year 2018 is more than halfway over and that means new alimony rules imposed under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) will soon take effect – and that could be good news or bad news, depending on the … Continue reading

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UNEXPECTEDLY: Dems blast booming jobs report, Trump worker agenda, ‘reckless.’ Related: The U…

UNEXPECTEDLY: Dems blast booming jobs report, Trump worker agenda, ‘reckless.’ Related: The U.S.’ Colorblind Jobs Boom Under Trump Continues: “It may be a surprise, but President Trump is nowhere near as unpopular among minority voters as the biased mainstream media … Continue reading

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What Kids And Their Parents Should Know About Summer Jobs And Taxes

Shutterstock Now that the fireworks are over and summer is officially in full swing, many high school and college students are thinking about getting a seasonal job. Whether kids are serving up slices, mowing lawns or ringing up groceries, here’s what they … Continue reading

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To Conform, or Not? States Mull Options for Taxation under Tax Cuts & Jobs Act

States are reviewing and/or adopting new approaching to state taxation in light of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Learn more about the impact, how states are responding and the importance of planning under the new tax landscape in our … Continue reading

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More Jobs Than Workers in U.S.

Photo by Alachua County The U.S. has more job openings than workers to fill those open positions. This is new. It's the first time the U.S. has seen such an inversion since the Department of Labor has been keeping track… … Continue reading

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