Month: July 2016

Planning for the Coming Change in Overtime Rules

Overview of Changes On December 1, 2016, new overtime rules will significantly raise the salary level used to determine whether employees must receive overtime pay. This change is expected to affect more than 4 million salaried employees, and while the change is viewed as a positive by many workers, it will create both compliance and […]

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Back to the Future of Tax Collection

It has been ten years since the IRS last contracted with private debt collection agencies. Now, after legislation passed in 2015 the practice will soon me making a comeback. The revived program should work similarly to prior efforts, with a promise of an added emphasis on taxpayer protections. What to Expect The Fixing America’s Surface […]

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