The primary authoritative support concerning the valuation and reporting and recordkeeping of charitable donations is addressed in the Internal Revenue Service — Publications 526 and 561.
The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA) entitles eligible employees of covered employers to take unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons with continuation of group health insurance coverage under the same terms and conditions as if the employee had not taken leave. Employees are also entitled to return to their same or an equivalent job at the end of their FMLA leave.
Perhaps the most significant transaction faced by any business owner is the sale of his or her business. Inevitably, a variety of factors will play a role both before and after consummating the transaction. Most, if not all, of these factors will have a direct bearing on the success of the adopted exit strategy which will translate into the maximum possible return, or profit, to the seller.
As with many strategic decisions affecting the direction of a business’s “life,” the seller needs to follow a systematic approach to defining and executing the exit strategy. This will greatly help the seller achieve what he or she wishes to achieve from selling the business.
Over the last several years there has been increased popularity and attention given to “leasing” as a financing alternative over the outright purchase alternative when acquiring an automobile.
There’s no question that leasing offers some significant benefits over an outright purchase, otherwise it wouldn’t be so popular. This blog, however, is intended to be a wake-up call for those who don’t fully comprehend some of the negative aspects and consequences of leasing a car instead of purchasing a car outright.