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    10 Top Regulatory Issues for Small Businesses in 2019

    by Paychex | Jan 16, 2019
    In 2018, the #MeToo movement spurred elected officials to introduce more than 125 pieces of legislation nationwide on sexual harassment prevention. This is one of 10 regulatory issues identified by Paychex that will present compliance challenges to businesses in 2019. To help employers understand these legislative developments, Paychex explains how they could affect your business.
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    DOR Extends Call Center Hours

    by DOR | Jan 16, 2019
    Talk about fantastic customer service! Have you ever heard of a state agency staying open on a Saturday to help taxpayers through a filing deadline?
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    Government Shutdown and Tax Season Resources

    by Ashley Kittrell | Jan 11, 2019
    The federal government shutdown continues but tax season looms. The AICPA has the latest news and resources for the 2019 tax season.
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    Federal Government Shutdown Creates Tax Filing Uncertainty

    by Rob Keasal | Jan 11, 2019
    The IRS announced that it will begin accepting paper and electronic tax returns for the 2018 tax year on January 28, but much remains to be seen about how the ongoing shutdown of the federal government will affect this year’s filings. Although the Trump administration has stated that the IRS will pay refunds during the closure — a shift from IRS practice in previous government shutdowns — it’s not clear how quickly such refunds can be processed.
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    State Treasurer Releases Financial Education Resources

    by Ashley Kittrell | Jan 10, 2019
    State Treasurer Duane Davidson announced a new financial education resource covering important topics such as home buying, college savings, and retirement planning.
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