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The debtors are trying to buy time, perhaps hoping that if they wait it out, you’ll no longer have the patience or desire to pursue the claims. They figure your company will ultimately write off the account as a bad debt.

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Conversely if one employer acquires another employer during the year — and it continues to employ some of the same workers — the successor can count the wages paid by the predecessor towards its own Social Security wage base.

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Some people are worried that they will wind up in a nursing home with their life savings wiped out.

If you have limited funds to invest for retirement, you may be wondering whether to fund your 401(k) plan or a Roth individual retirement account (IRA).

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When it’s time to negotiate or renegotiate a physician’s employment contract, there are critical issues that must be understood and settled.

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The prospect of wading through 100 resumes can intimidate even the toughest manager. Well, procrastinate no longer.

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Let’s say your firm is in the process of hiring a new administrative assistant. The final selection has come down to two candidates with similar qualifications.

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Think of your not-for-profit organization and its external auditor as dance partners performing a well-choreographed routine.

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Winter can be a busy time for travel. Snowbirds try to escape the cold. Grandparents long to visit loved ones in distant cities. Jetsetters want to ring in the New Year in a memorable locale.

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The term “lean manufacturing” means different things to different people. However, it can generally be agreed upon that lean manufacturing represents a management philosophy that emphasizes the elimination or reduction of waste in order to increase company profitability.