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FINANCIAL RISE OF THE ELITE E-ATHLETE (PROFESSIONAL GAMERS)

FINANCIAL RISE OF THE ELITE E-ATHLETE (PROFESSIONAL GAMERS)

The internet has opened a world of possibilities when it comes to earning a living in interesting ways. Case in point: the e-athlete. These professional online gamers play video games…for a living. They make money as other professional athletes do: through competitions, endorsements and, basically, allowing others to watch them play (often, in this case, through YouTube and live streaming).

What Keeps Employees Truly Happy?

  • 26 April 2016
  • Author: Cari Holbrook
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What Keeps Employees Truly Happy?

Low unemployment rates are a good thing, right? For business owners, it can be a mixed bag. The current job market means that attracting and retaining top employees is critically important. Essentially, there are more jobs than there are good candidates to fill them.  

Strange Taxes from Around the Nation

  • 23 March 2016
  • Author: Cari Holbrook
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Strange Taxes from Around the Nation

With tax season in full swing, there’s a chance you may need your mood lightened. If so, enjoy this roundup of crazy taxes from around this great nation.

Is the U.S. a Top Global Tax Haven?

  • 23 February 2016
  • Author: Cari Holbrook
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Is the U.S. a Top Global Tax Haven?

 Last month we covered how U.S. citizens working abroad were escaping outrageous U.S. taxes by renouncing their citizenships. It has now been announced that the U.S. has moved from the world’s sixth to the third top tax haven behind only Switzerland and Hong Kong  It is estimated that $21 trillion to $32 trillion in private wealth is untaxed or lightly taxed in what it calls worldwide “secrecy jurisdictions,” with the U.S. being a top spot for activity.

Have a Question for the IRS? Hang on!

  • 22 September 2015
  • Author: Cari Holbrook
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Have a Question for the IRS?  Hang on!

During the latest tax season, the average wait time for taxpayers calling the IRS was nearly 25 minutes, which is double the amount of time of the previous year. Some days, fewer than 40 percent of calls actually reached a live person. In fact, the IRS hung up on about 8.8 million taxpayers during this year’s tax filing season, labeling the act “courtesy disconnects.”

Energy-Saving Incentives for Small Businesses

  • 28 July 2015
  • Author: Cari Holbrook
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Energy-Saving Incentives for Small Businesses

Many small businesses are becoming more energy efficient because it’s the right thing to do for our environment.  But did you know it can also benefit you as a business owner? The average commercial building wastes 30 percent of the energy it consumes, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. That’s a lot of money down the drain.

Charity Scams: What You Need to Know

  • 23 June 2015
  • Author: Cari Holbrook
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Charity Scams:  What You Need to Know

Some charities sound like great causes but turn out to be scams. While it’s important to help others (and it can even be helpful to you, come tax season) charity scams can turn a moment of giving into a moment you wish you could get back.

When Employees Are Called for Jury Duty

  • 9 June 2015
  • Author: Cari Holbrook
  • Number of views: 1725
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When Employees Are Called for Jury Duty
Participating in the judicial process is an important role. And most calls for jury duty result in little more than a day away from work, so it doesn’t necessarily disrupt business as usual when an employee gets called to serve. But what if jury duty ends up taking longer than a day or two?

How To Maximize Social Security Income Benefits

  • 14 October 2014
  • Author: Cari Holbrook
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How To Maximize Social Security Income Benefits
If you’re a working business owner and don’t need to take Social Security at 62 (the age at which eligibility kicks in), you’re better off delaying.  To put it simply: the longer you wait to receive Social Security benefits, the larger your monthly income from Social Security will be.  But how much more can you earn by waiting?

Behind the New IRS Taxpayer Bill of Rights

  • 8 July 2014
  • Author: Cari Holbrook
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Behind the New IRS Taxpayer Bill of Rights

The tax man cometh...to take a stand for taxpayer rights? Last month, the IRS announced a revised Taxpayer Bill of Rights in an attempt to correct a huge misperception: Forbes reports less than half of all taxpayers believe that they have any rights before the IRS; only 11 percent who know we have rights, know exactly what those rights are.

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