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New Trade Law Stiffens Penalties for Certain Taxpayers

On June 29, the Trade Preference Extension Act of 2015 (TPE) was signed into law. The TPE mainly focuses on foreign competition and retraining domestic workers. But if you read the fine print, you’ll see that it also includes important…

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Employee Stock Compensation

High growth companies often find that offering employee stock compensation can be an effective motivator to attract and retain top talent. Before offering employees an ownership stake in a business as a differentiator in talent management, it is important to…

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Boca Raton Named a Best City to Start a Business

Boca Raton, Florida was recently ranked in the top 20 best cities in the United States to start a small business in a study released by NerdWallet and Entrepreneur. As Daszkal Bolton was founded in Boca Raton as a full-service…

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An Honest Evaluation Of Startup Financial Management

In the business of startups and entrepreneurship, every dollar counts. And when every dollar counts, every hour does as well. Meaning entrepreneurship is less about putting in man hours and more about efficiency. Efficiency in strategy, business development and most…

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Take Another Look at Paid Sick Leave

In recent months, several states and localities have passed laws to mandate paid sick leave. Here’s an update: California and Massachusetts each have passed required sick leave laws that kick in on July 1, 2015. They follow Connecticut, which became…

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IRS Proposes Implementation Guidance on ABLE Accounts

On June 19, the IRS published proposed regulations implementing a new federal law that authorizes states to offer specially designed tax-favored ABLE accounts to people with disabilities who became disabled before age 26. Until the issuance of final regulations, taxpayers…

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Proposal to Change Overtime Exemptions

The U.S. Department of Labor recently announced a proposal that could extend overtime protections to nearly five million white collar workers within the first year of the new rule’s implementation. The argument for the proposed changes stems from the gradual…

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