Saver’s Tax Credit – Eligibility & Benefits of Retirement Savings Contributions

Saver’s Tax Credit – Eligibility & Benefits of Retirement Savings Contributions The really good news is that the Saver’s Credit works with any other retirement-based tax incentives you already benefit from. For instance, if you can already deduct your 401k contributions from your taxes, you may still be able to use the Saver’s Credit, reducing […]

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IRS provides certain small employers with relief for the small business health care tax credit for 2017 and later years

IRS provides certain small employers with relief for the small business health care tax credit for 2017 and later years IR-2018-108, April 27, 2018 IR-2018-108, April 27, 2018 WASHINGTON ― The Internal Revenue Service today issued guidance that provides relief for certain small employers that wish to claim the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit […]

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Seven Alternative Sources Of Capital For Setting Up A Business

When looking for capital sources, borrowing from banks is every small entrepreneur’s nightmare. In the search for capital sources one can get turned down for bank loans for a variety of reasons, including lack of assets, collateral and business experience. Don’t despair though, as there are several common types of alternative capital sources for setting […]

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Advertisement 107 Park Headquarters Road Gatlinburg, TN 37738 Advertisement 865-436-1200 www.nps.gov/grsm Straddling the border between North Carolina and Tennessee, Great Smoky Mountains National Park features one of the finest deciduous forests on the planet. In addition, the Smokies are among the world’s oldest mountains and are the highest range east […]

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CEO Succession at Cisco (A): From John Chambers to Chuck Robbins

CEO Succession at Cisco (A): From John Chambers to Chuck Robbins Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount Register as a Premium Educator at hbsp.harvard.edu, plan a course, and save your students up to 50% with your academic discount. Publication Date: August 30, 2016 Industry: […]

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Voltaire Was an Enlightenment Celebrity Who Would’ve Loved Social Media

Voltaire Was an Enlightenment Celebrity Who Would’ve Loved Social Media Advertisement Advertisement Voltaire didn’t invent the Enlightenment — he was the Enlightenment. Born François-Marie Arouet in 1694 in France, Voltaire wrote countless plays, poems, satires and polemics — his collected works take up 200 volumes — and centuries before there was a Madonna, Bono or […]

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5 Lessons from Penn Medicine’s Crisis Response

5 Lessons from Penn Medicine’s Crisis Response Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount Publication Date: June 22, 2020 Five crucial takeaways. If you’d like to share this PDF, you can purchase copyright permissions by increasing the quantity. Copyright © 2020 Harvard Business School Publishing. […]

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What’s the Difference Between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells?

What’s the Difference Between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells? Advertisement You know when you hear somebody start a sentence with, “There are two kinds of people…” and you think to yourself “Oh boy, here it comes.” Because reducing the whole of humanity down to “two kinds of people” seems like an odious activity at best. But […]

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What Was So Lucky About Mafia Boss Charles ‘Lucky’ Luciano?

What Was So Lucky About Mafia Boss Charles ‘Lucky’ Luciano? Advertisement Advertisement From Al Capone to John Dillinger, America has a long list of legendary gangsters that have become the subjects of books, films and morbid curiosity for centuries. But one among them has the distinction of having introduced a sort of governmental structure into […]

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We Need to Relocate ICU Patients Out of Covid-19 Hotspots

We Need to Relocate ICU Patients Out of Covid-19 Hotspots During the Covid-19 crisis it makes intuitive sense that if a hospital runs out of ICU beds, more patients will die. But simply increasing the number of available ICU beds in local hotspots — a common response to rising caseloads — may paradoxically result in […]

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