The US Treasury will lose $5 billion in lost revenue over the next decade. Why? Congress used the wrong math formula for the Social Security and Medicare payroll tax.
The American labor force is undergoing a fundamental shift as more people become freelancers, contract workers, and part-timers – bringing new flexibility but also new insecurities.
It's a question that many stay-at-home parents and people that try different career paths eventually ask themselves: How do I maintain my skills and connections throughout my time away so that I’m competitive when I return? Keeping those job skills sharp is possible in many different forms.
Telecommuting is a rapidly growing work-life style. Yahoo's recent ban of remote work sent a wave of concern through white-collar legions who consider themselves fortunate – and more productive – working in pajamas at home or holed up in a Starbucks cafe.
Taxes are almost due, and the IRS tax code is full of little-known (yet legal) deductions that you could and should use. Seven pointers from a CPA.
If you are thinking of taking on some type of self-employment or working at home, here are five key things you need to concern yourself with.
Young African American men, especially ex-offenders, face high obstacles to employment. That’s where entrepreneurship training comes in. If just 1 in 3 small businesses hired one employee, the US would be at full employment. Young men of color can be crucial to this progress.