Our latest show with Steve Byrd, President of Employee Benefits at Manuel Lujan Agencis is now online.
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Our last discussion with Michael Bouton, CEO of Viatech Global is now online!
This discussion is a must-listen if your a business owner or HR professional!
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One decision that can have a tremendous impact on your life in retirement is when to begin drawing Social Security benefits. The timing of these benefits is just one aspect of the bigger picture that centers around strategies to maximize these important payments.
Please join us for our workshops on Social Security. Our speaker is David Zander, a Certified Financial Planner®. Dave has 36 years of industry experience,and specializes in retirement and retirement income planning.
Sign-up for the LTBNM updates on the right side of this page to receive information about the next available workshop, September 10, 2013, or check back on this web site for future dates. Click here to view upcoming seminar.
Our library of interesting business topics will help you learn new ideas for managing and/or growing your company. The newest article, Selecting an Accounting Firm, lets you know what you should be expecting from your CPA beyond mere reports and numbers. Another new article explains how an effective elevator pitches can help you promote your business.
Our newest Biz Tip explains tracking vehicle useage for deducting business automobile expenses, including links to I.R.S. rules and a convenient mileage book online store.
The Affordable Care Act requires any business, subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to provide notice to their employees by October 1, 2013 whether or not they are going to provide health care coverage and what their options for coverage are. Note that this applies to any employer who is subject to FLSA, which is basically any business that has an employee. (Click here for more specific qualifications.) It doesn’t matter if the employer does or doesn’t provide health insurance and the over and under 50 employees isn’t relevant.