Leaders who use humor increase employee morale and productivity but could signal it's OK to cross boundaries, argues a paper in the Academy of Management Journal. "Workplaces are bound by rules and expected behaviors, and employees usually take their cues about what is and what is not permissible from their managers," writes Oliver Staley.
Fraudsters are using the rollout of revamped Medicare cards as an opportunity to trick seniors into revealing financial information. The cards do not contain Social Security numbers.
Erroneous beliefs regarding Social Security could adversely affect how much an individual receives in retirement. Here is a look at six misconceptions.
Recent high-profile data breaches have brought attention to the Internal Revenue Service's and state tax authorities' protections against records given to auditors.
If a team member constantly dismisses or criticizes proposals, ask the person to back up the claim with facts. Even if this doesn't stop the person from complaining, it helps you prevent negativity from infecting the rest of the team.
Owning a CPA firm can give entrepreneurial millennials the freedom to make their own decisions and the ability to make a big impact on clients.
Although the new tax law repealed Section 199, it continues to be an important issue in Internal Revenue Service examinations for open years. Here's how the IRS is treating qualified film expenses.
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