3 Things That Can Get You Into Trouble With The IRS
24 November 2014
If there is one thing that every U.S. citizen can depend on, it is the fact that the IRS will see to it that they get a portion of your annual income. You can try to hide money or attempt to use different deductions to decrease your tax liability, but doing so can cause problems. Here are three things that can get you into trouble with the IRS.
1. Failing to list supplemental income.
Work Credits And Social Security Disability Benefits
21 November 2014
When you apply for Social Security disability, your work history will be carefully scrutinized by the Social Security Administration. Part of the eligibility requirements for disability benefits is that you have worked a certain amount. Before applying for benefits, here are a few things you need to know about your work credits and benefits.
As you work, you earn work credits. The work credits are the product of your earnings being converted.
How A Bankruptcy Filing Will Effect Getting Future Credit
21 November 2014
Your credit score can be impacted by bankruptcy more seriously than any other single monetary event. While it's not always the case that all bankruptcies will result in a large credit rating drop—in fact, it's possible your credit rating to increase after a bankruptcy—any negative effect causes it harder to get credit in the foreseeable future. A bankruptcy also appears in your credit report for a long time when you file, supplying a large warning signal to possible lenders of a payment history that is blemished.
4 Ways Companies Can Reduce Their Potential Liability For Truck Accidents
19 November 2014
Are you concerned about the possibility that some of your truck drivers could get into accidents? Truck accidents can be absolutely devastating. Not only could you experience significant property damage, but your driver could be injured as could others on the road. Though there's no way of making absolutely certain that accidents don't happen, there are some ways that you could reduce your potential liability.
1. Automatically Track Your Employee's Hours