Complicated Nonresident State Income Tax Laws May Soon Be Obsolete

Do you travel across state lines for work? You might owe nonresident state income tax if you do. Most states technically require tax payments when… Read More…

Latest Healthcare Bill Dead in Senate. What Happens Next?

Last night, Senators Mike Lee (R-UT) and Jerry Moran (R-KS) announced they would oppose a motion to proceed on the latest healthcare bill, joining a… Read More…

Labor Department Speaks Up on Overtime Regulations

The fate of the new federal overtime rule took an interesting turn last week. On June 30th, the U.S. Department of Labor filed a brief… Read More…

NC Brunch Bill Passes (and it’s not just about early alcohol sales)

Our friends and clients in the hospitality industry have reason to celebrate. Last week, Governor Roy Cooper (D-NC) signed the “Brunch Bill” into law, making… Read More…

5 Things You Need to Know About the Newest Healthcare Bill

Senate Republicans unveiled their healthcare plan yesterday after weeks of closed-door sessions. The plan proposes some pretty significant changes to existing healthcare law, both for… Read More…

Trump Wants to End Obamacare SHOP

Obamacare exempted small businesses (those with less than 50 FTE employees) from its Employer Mandate, but it did offer a way for such companies to… Read More…

ACHA Passed the House, So Where Do We Stand on Healthcare?

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives, by a narrow margin, passed the American Health Care Act (ACHA), the Republican plan to undo the Affordable… Read More…

Taxes on Internet Purchases: Marketplace Fairness Act Reintroduced

Back in 2014, we brought to your attention the Marketplace Fairness Act, a piece of legislation that would have allowed state governments to collect sales… Read More…

5 Things You Need to Know about Trump’s Tax Reform Plan

President Trump released the outline for his tax reform proposal last week, checking off one of his 100-day agenda items.  The plan is being dubbed… Read More…

Comp Time Instead of Overtime Pay a Possibility

We’re all pretty familiar with overtime law: If a non-exempt employee works more than 40 hours in a week (or more than eight hours in… Read More…