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August 2019


One tax year later: Assessing the implications of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act

The Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) brought a reduction in tax rates and significant changes to deductions for individuals and corporations in 2018, but its impact was not uniform.

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Duty first: F-35 jets at Truax Field

Over the past few weeks there have been news articles concerning the draft report from the Air Force pertaining to proposed basing of F-35 jets at Madison’s Truax Field.

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3 ‘must haves’ in family-building benefit design for younger generations

Offering a generous, and inclusive, fertility or family-building benefit is crucial when it comes to attracting and retaining today’s young talent.

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What appointing Eugene Scalia as secretary of Labor could mean for workers

The name of President Donald Trump’s nominee for Labor secretary may sound familiar: Eugene Scalia. That’s because he’s the son of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who died in 2016.

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How a power of attorney can protect your children after they turn 18

Having your son or daughter sign “power-of-attorney” forms is a simple way to protect your child. These documents let your child appoint you or someone else to act on your child’s behalf if the child is unable to act or make decisions for any reason.

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ACA update: Cadillac tax repeal within sight

Closure on the Cadillac Tax’s state of limbo now appears within sight. Three weeks ago, the House of Representatives, by a vote of 419–6, passed the repeal of the Cadillac Tax. The repeal must now go before the Senate and then to the president. Given the rare bipartisan support for this initiative, definitive action looks not only possible, but likely.

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Business betrayals: Protecting yourself from workplace treachery

In all relationships we trust others, believing that while they will look out for their own best interest, they will also respect ours. Unfortunately, that’s not always so.

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