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The Ups and Downs of the Program for Voluntarily Reclassifying Your Workers

Whether a worker is properly classified as an employee or as an independent contractor depends upon the facts and circumstances. Generally, the determination is made under common law tests considering the right to control and direct the individual performing services. However, in some factual situations, the determination of the proper worker classification status may not […]

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A Guide to Trump’s Proposed Tax Plan

Trump’s administration released their proposed tax plan with few details in a one page memo outlined with broad goals and few details. If passed, it could dramatically change the way Americans pay taxes and would be the biggest overhaul in the federal taxation system since 1986. The White House said one of the main goals […]

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Making Money by Paying Local Taxes: Should Richmond Amend Its Tax Refund Interest Ordinance?

In an article in The Washington Post, Glen Frost was quoted when he talked about a “mystery business.” The business found an ingenious and legal way of making a 10 percent return on their money. The business just made sure to significantly overpay its estimated taxes, triggering a law that required the city to refund […]

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