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In 2017, California approved a law that increases the gas tax every year on July 1 based on the California Consumer Price Index. As gas prices continue to rise, business owners face serious...

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A growing number of states have expense indemnification labor codes. If your organization pays a car allowance or vehicle reimbursement, here’s how to ensure your compliance – even in times of high...

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Topics: Labor Codes

As the fourth quarter begins, we near the fourth year in which employees who receive a car allowance cannot write off mileage on their tax returns. This reality combined with rising gas prices,...

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If you provide a vehicle reimbursement to employees working in Illinois, gas tax increases could put your organization in a bind. The IRS business mileage rate cannot guarantee compliance with the...

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California's ballot initiative, Proposition 22, passed by a 58 - 42 margin. What does this mean for other states?

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Topics: Labor Codes

The 2019 and 2020 tax-filing seasons exposed inadequate car allowances and vehicle reimbursements. These were the first two years mobile employees could not write off unreimbursed business expenses....

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As a result of COVID-19, many employers face changing circumstances for how and where employees fulfill their job responsibilities. In states that require full reimbursement of employees for business...

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With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing the majority of Americans to stay home, much of our workforce has gone remote. Under some state labor codes, that could require employers to take on additional...

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[Updated] On January 1, 2020, a new law went into effect in California that re-classifies many independent contractors as employees. California Assembly Bill 5 in combination with CA Labor Code 2802...

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