Employers often focus on the technical aspects of working from home, but the emotional aspects could be even more important. A CPA shares tips for success based on his experience managing remote employees and his own transition to becoming a full-time telecommuter.
To be prepared for the future, accountants need to develop technical competencies, people skills and an agile mindset, the AICPA's Clar Rosso said during the spring meeting of the AICPA governing Council.
Once a year, Amazon gives full-time employees at fulfillment centers a chance to quit in exchange for as much as $5,000. The offer helps the company eliminate disengaged employees and ensures workers who stay recommit to Amazon.
Some companies are striving to retain talented employees by offering older workers flexible working arrangements, such as part-time schedules and phased retirements. Last year, about 25% of employees worked for companies that allowed flexible working arrangements, an increase from 19% in 2015, according to the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies.
With all of the buzz around Saturday's royal wedding, now is a good time to talk with clients about how getting married could affect their taxes. Here's how to get your clients up to speed before they say "I do."
Many taxpayers assume retirement-account withdrawals to pay for medical expenses automatically qualify as hardship exemptions, but this is not the case. A number of Tax Court cases show how to meet the requirements for exemption.
With five generations of employees in the workforce, people have a lot of wisdom to share with one another. Here are four ideas for creating opportunities to facilitate this exchange of knowledge.