7 Key Strategies to Attract Outstanding Talent

As the U.S. economy improves, job candidates are more discriminating when evaluating career opportunities, making the search for outstanding talent increasingly challenging. In a competitive dynamic environment, the key to successfully hiring exceptional talent begins well before an actual staffing need surfaces. Below are 7 strategies that you can implement now to improve your company’s[ … ]

Married with a large estate?

Why you still need a credit shelter trust Even though portability now allows married couples to use up both spouses’ estate tax exemptions without having to make lifetime asset transfers or set up trusts, this “easier” path isn’t necessarily the better path. For couples with large estates, making lifetime asset transfers and setting up trusts[ … ]

Watch out for tax consequences when hiring telecommuters outside your state

If you allow employees to telecommute, be sure to consider the potential tax implications. Hiring someone in another state, for example, might create sufficient nexus to expose your company to that state’s income, sales and use, franchise, withholding, or unemployment taxes. And the employee might be subject to double taxation if both states attempt to[ … ]