How to Do Payroll in Ohio

June 10, 2021

Ohio is one of the easiest states for employers because it has so few rules on payroll, time off, and breaks. However, its income taxes are more complex because it includes school district income taxes. Below, we cover the basics […]

IRS Publication 552 Definition

May 27, 2021

A document published by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that provides information on which documents to keep on file and for how long, for tax filing purposes. The IRS suggests keeping accurate records in order to identify sources of income, […]

After prosecutor declines to bring rape charge, accuser uses unusual law to convene her own grand jury

May 20, 2021

A Kansas woman is taking matters into her own hands after she was unable to persuade a prosecutor to bring a rape charge against the man she accused of strangling and slapping her during sex. Madison Smith, 22, is convening […]

Know Your Rights

Are To-Go Cocktails Legally Here to Stay?

June 11, 2021

Via: FindLaw

When we look back at the COVID-19 pandemic in a few years, a few images will no doubt come to mind: Face masks. CDC vaccination cards. Zoom meetings. But let’s not forget this one: Cocktails-to-go. Before the pandemic struck the […]

Know Your Rights

Amazon Changes Terms of Service, Allowing Consumer Lawsuits

June 11, 2021

Via: FindLaw

We here at FindLaw always like to remind our readers how important it is to read the fine print. If you’re buying, selling, or downloading anything, you must understand the terms and conditions of whoever you’re dealing with. Amazon just […]

Tax Code, Regulations and Guidance

CDC Updates International Travel Guidance

June 11, 2021


The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently moved more countries into the “low-risk” category for international travel, but others have been moved into higher risk categories based on recent COVID-19 statistics. Employers should be aware of changing […]