Employer opportunities: Employee Retention Credit and student loan repayment

For employers looking to claim the Employee Retention Credit put into effect due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is still time. Learn more about the ERC, emerging employee benefit issues, and considerations for your organization.

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Employer tips: Effective employee onboarding and retention programs

Making a good first impression goes a long way, and employers who do so benefit greatly. Recent research proved that point, showing that organizations with strong onboarding programs improve retention by 82%. Learn the components of a strong onboarding program and other strategies you can use to improve retention and productivity.

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Estate planning: An inflationary silver lining for owners of privately held businesses

Inflationary pressures continue to mount, impacting shifts in economic cycles and business performance. Amidst the bad news of inflation comes a potential silver lining: increases in the federal gift tax annual exclusion and lifetime transfer tax exemption thresholds. Learn how your business may be impacted by economic headwinds presenting potentially advantageous timing for gifting and estate planning strategies.

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Cybersecurity: Why you need a SOC for cybersecurity report

As cyber threats continue to escalate in size and number, being prepared to defend against them is crucial to your security. Demonstrating to your shareholders, customers, and stakeholders that you are prepared is just as important, as it increases trust and peace of mind with those that matter. See how a SOC for cybersecurity report can help you deliver.

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ASC 842, Leases: What you need to know about the new lease accounting standard

A change nearly two decades in the making is finally here. Learn what steps you need to take now as you prepare for implementation of ASC 842, Leases.

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State tax updates

New Hampshire: Audit threshold changes for charitable trusts

In New Hampshire, the legislature has enacted a law that increases the revenue, gains, and support threshold to $2,000,000 in regards to the audit requirement. This applies to all charitable organizations with a fiscal year ending after August 6, 2022. Understand the requirements and revised audit threshold and what your organization will need to file.
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Massachusetts: Bonus refund for taxpayers

A little known law dating from 1986 returns money back to eligible taxpayers who paid and filed personal income taxes in Massachusetts for the 2021 tax year. Get all the details, including timing of refunds and access to the online refund estimator.
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