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How Do Taxes Work With Bonuses?

It would seem obvious: A bonus is income and gets withheld and taxed just like the money in the regular paycheck. But in reality, it’s more complex than that. Click through for details so no one faces unpleasant surprises at tax time.

Residential Solar Power: Tax Breaks and Savings

Residential solar power has come a long way. What do you need to know as people turn to more renewable energy sources? Could it be a solution for your home—and is there a tax break? Click through to learn more about solar power in your home.

Tighten Your Belt When Fed Tightens Rates

The yield curve, a graphic depiction of interest rate paths, can be hard to understand and interpret, and yet it remains a bellwether for investors. Click through for a brief overview of what it means, to help you take charge of your investment strategy.

3 Tips for Discussing Pay With Your Employees

Talking about pay with employees can be uncomfortable — even for experienced managers. But if you plan it right, the talk can be profitable for both parties. Click through for strategies on navigating pay discussions with your staff.

Your Tax Obligations As an Employer

Payroll administration is complex, so you’ve outsourced the process to a third-party payroll provider. But that doesn’t relieve you of your responsibilities. Click through to make sure you’re following your legal obligations no matter what your situation.

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