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I-9 Audits On the Rise

I-9 Audits Are On the Rise: Be Prepared I-9 audits quadrupled in 2018 over the prior year (the federal fiscal year). That means nearly 6,000 employers were audited, which led to several dozen civil and criminal convictions. The agency involved — Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) — “is carrying out its commitment to increase the number…

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Labor Law Violation Examples

Federal Investigators Find Labor Law Violations in Several Cases The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (WHD) recently finished several investigations aimed at employers. The agency announced that seven different employers had violated federal laws involving minimum wages, overtime calculations, family and medical leave, the tip credit, and work visas. Here are brief…

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Finalized Section 965 Transition Regs: Adjustments to E&P and Basis

Finalized Section 965 Transition Regs: Adjustments to E&P and Basis The IRS has issued highly anticipated final regulations under Internal Revenue Code Section 965, the transition tax provision added by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Sec. 965 generally requires U.S. shareholders to pay a “transition tax” on the untaxed foreign earnings of certain specified…

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Women in Business Leadership

Women in Business: Who’s the Boss? Barriers for women in leadership positions are slowly being broken down in the United States. Women currently hold 102 seats in the House of Representatives (23.7% of the voting members) and 25 seats in the Senate (25% of the total). Four women also serve as non-voting delegates from American…

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Ohio State and Local Tax Updates February 2019

Planning to close your Ohio business? We can help! February 27, 2019 If so, we can help. There is also an OH Dept. of Taxation Web page (https://bit.ly/2Epnbzj ) that may be of interest to you. Certain tax responsibilities come into play when closing a business. The Web page includes information on obtaining a certificate…

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