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What is Overtime Law?

by: Teo Spengler

The federal government is the main regulator of overtime via the Fair Labor Standards Act. Many states piggyback on that act, although some provide their residents additional benefits. Most covered workers get one and one-half times the regular ...
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What is the Federal Minimum Wage?

by Teo Spengler

What Is the Right to Work Law?

by Anne Baley

How to Write Receipts for Nonprofit Donations

by Pilar Ethridge

Are Handicap Parking Placards Valid in All States?

by: Paula Brown

Handicap placards are issued by each state's department of motor vehicles and, once issued, are valid in any state.
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How to Find My Federal Employer Identification Number

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California Labor Laws for Salaried Employees

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The Advantages of Claiming Zero on a W4

The W-4 is an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) document you fill out with your employer that allows a percentage of your income to be withheld for ...

Georgia Form 600 Instructions

by: Salvatore Jackson

Under Georgia law, all corporations incorporated in or conducting business in the state must file an annual income-tax return with the Georgia Department of Revenue. A corporation doing business in Georgia can file its annual corporate income tax by ...
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The California Family Leave Act & FMLA

by Nicole Harms

How to Legally Take Donations

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Salaried Employee Rights in Massachusetts

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How to Access an Individual Master File From the IRS

by: Contributor

Ever wonder what exactly the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) knows about you? Anyone who's every earned wages or paid taxes has amassed an Individual Master File (IMF). The IMF contains every transaction and financial record gathered by IRS ...
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Ways to Collect Unemployment

Whether you quit your job, got fired or were laid-off, it doesn't lessen the blow of being unemployed, for you are now without a paycheck. If you ...

How to arrange a payment plan with the IRS

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The Internal Revenue Service is in charge of collecting taxes from citizens of the United States. Each year, Americans must file a tax return and pay the government, via the IRS, any taxes owed. In some cases, you may not be able to afford to pay ...
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Part Time Vs. Full Time Hours

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How to File Tax on Rental Property in a Different State Than You Live In

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If you own real estate property in a state other than the one in which you live and you have earned money off the rental of that property, you are required to file a nonresident income tax return in that state. This is true even if you live in a ...
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