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What Do I Do If I’m Late On My Personal Taxes In 2016?

Posted on April 26, 2017 in General

If you find that you have inadvertently missed the filing deadline for your taxes or you simply haven’t managed to get your figures complete in time, don’t panic! While it’s never a good idea to delay filing and there are penalties in place to discourage you from doing just this, there are various options available to you in order to mitigate any further problems and penalties after late filing, if you know how to go about it.…

What To Do If You’ve Been Misclassified By Your Employer

Posted on April 14, 2017 in Employment Law

An employer can save a significant amount of money when they classify a worker as an independent contractor as opposed to an employee. The reason being, if a company labels an individual as an employee they are required by law to pay unemployment insurance, Medicare, and social security tax.…

3 Signs You Are Working In A Hostile Workplace

Posted on March 29, 2017 in Employment Law

A hostile workplace, in short, is one that makes taking care of day-to-day responsibilities difficult or perhaps even unrealistic. If you have a boss, supervisor or fellow colleague who makes you so uncomfortable that you can barely focus on your job, then you probably work in a hostile environment.…

What To Look For When Hiring A Disability Discrimination Attorney

Posted on March 16, 2017 in Disability Discrimination

If you think that you’ve been discriminated against due to a disability, it’s important that you consider a San Diego disability discrimination attorney that specializes in disability discrimination cases. At its basic definition, disability discrimination refers to treating an employee differently based on a disability that they have.…

5 Tips to Find a Tax Professional For Your Personal Taxes

Posted on March 2, 2017 in General

Each year tax laws change, and a new set of challenges must be faced to successfully comply with tax requirements. There are three main types of tax professionals a person can choose to help them meet their tax filing requirements:

  • An enrolled agent– This is a person who has a license from the IRS.
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