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Expert Employers: Absenteeism & the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

For decades, employers enjoyed very wide latitude in disciplining and firing employees for attendance problems, even if the absenteeism was the result of illness or injury. The latitude has been significantly altered since passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in 1990. Let’s explore the some of the policy implications of the civil rights… Read more »

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25 Days of Giving: IRS requirements for non-cash gifts greater than $5,000

Thanks for reading the 25 Days of Giving series where we’re “unwrapping” important info on various aspects of charitable giving each day through Christmas. Share with friends, family, & colleagues to inspire others to to also make meaningful gifts this season. If you’re making a non-cash charitable donation of over $5,000, first off, high five!… Read more »

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25 Days of Giving: 4 Huge Benefits of Charitable Gifts of Stock

Thanks for reading the 25 Days of Giving series. We’re “unwrapping” posts on various aspects of charitable giving each day through Christmas. A less-than-obvious, but ideal asset for charitable donations is appreciated, long-term, publicly traded stock. Before we list the benefits, let’s break down the terms. Definitions Appreciated simply means increased in value. Long-term means… Read more »