The passage of the 2017 tax act will cause some employers to revisit their executive compensation programs, since new restrictions apply to deductible income. With corporate tax rates falling next year, some organizations will want to accelerate bonus deductions so they can offset 2017’s higher rates.Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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When California employers fail to accurately provide certain details on pay stubs, they might incur steep fines under state...
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