- Parents Attempting to Shift Income to Children
- Kiddie Tax
- Tax Reform Changes
- Tax on Child’s Unearned Income
- Tax on Child’s Earned Income
Article by Emily Canal | Found on INC.COM
That’s according to a new report from USA Today, which says that retail, food services, delivery and many other industries are struggling from the falling unemployment rate (a 17-year low of 4.1 percent) and can’t find enough people to fill open positions. Businesses are trying new ways to entice prospective workers this season, including offering them cash, benefits, and perks. Read more
Article Found on Business News Daily | Written by Nicole Fallon
The modern American workplace is undergoing drastic changes. Everything from company culture to how buildings are managed is on the table. Business operations, workspaces, and social norms are all adapting to the earth shattering changes brought about by the digital revolution and ongoing social progress. Read more
Article by Shen Lu | Found on CNN
While much of the buzz around Millennials in the workplace has been about managing them, many of them have risen to leadership roles, supervising Gen-Xers and even Baby Boomers.
Experts say the elder workers should get used to it. The younger boss/older employee workplace dynamic is the new normal.
Article by J.T. O’Donell | Found on Inc.com
An estimated 76 percent of workers today aren’t very satisfied with their jobs, with more than 40 percent of them planning to switch jobs in 2017. As a career expert, one of the most common requests I hear is people don’t just want to change jobs or employers, they want to change in to an entirely different career path or industry. This is not easy to do. It’s similar to going ninety miles an hour on the freeway and suddenly wanting to change lanes. You can’t simply cut over to the other lane without first signaling and checking your mirror. There are steps and challenges to switching careers – and most people don’t have the patience or tenacity to do them. That said, if ever there was a time to make the change, it’s now. BUT, the window of opportunity won’t last for long… Read more
Article by Beth Pinkser | Article Found on Reuters
George Gagliardi knows the old adage about the shoemaker with barefoot kids: The financial adviser has two adult sons bunking at home.
Gagliardi’s biggest challenge? Imparting financial advice to his own offspring.
“I get ‘Grumble. Grumble. Stop telling me what to do,” said Gagliardi, who founded Coromandel Wealth Management in Lexington, Massachusetts.
As another crop of college graduates heads into the real world, Reuters asked financial advisers with “boomerang kids” -adults who have returned home to their parents – to share advice on launching them to success and independence. Read more
Article by Jeff Kauflin | Found on Forbes
For many people, the first move in starting a job search is to scour job postings. But competition for those positions is often fierce. Sarah Stamboulie, a New York-based career consultant who worked in H.R. at Morgan Stanley and Cantor Fitzgerald, and as a career coach in Columbia Business School’s alumni office, says there are hidden opportunities that haven’t yet been posted online or even fully formed in a manager’s mind. I first met Stamboulie seven years ago, while I was working in marketing consulting and contemplating how to pursue my passion for writing. She helped me craft a new, part-time role at my company, which allowed me to start writing freelance, and it set me on my current path in journalism. Read more
Article by Shannon Gausepohl | Found on Business News Daily
Congratulations, you’ve landed a job interview. Now what? Whether it’s your first, 15th or 100th time interviewing, it’s important to be prepared if you want to succeed. From your initial contact with the hiring manager to following up after your meeting, here’s everything you need to know to ace your next job interview. Read more
Article by Jessica Stillman | Found on Inc.com
Ask what Millennials are doing wrong at work and a host of older people will instantly offer endless, crotchety, “get off my lawn”-style complaints. Most of these are nonsense, according to a host of reputable studies. Young people aren’t distractible job hoppers whose every career setback can be pinned on entitlement and lack of work ethic.
But while most critiques of Millennials are sensationalist silliness, that doesn’t mean that today’s young people, like every generation before them, aren’t making some serious, career-limiting mistakes. What are these real but more rarely discussed missteps? Read more