A new piece of legislation by Minnesota lawmakers puts unprecedented pressure on businesses to make sure that they’re providing accurate documentation of employee wages. As of Monday, July 1st, 2019 employers are required to provide employees notice at the start of their job laying out wage or salary amount and the benefits available. Employers must also provide additional information in their pay stubs and include allowances taken out for lodging, food, and other incidentals.
A recent change in Minneapolis work law could affect your business -- even if your business headquarters, facilities, or office(s) are not located inside the city.
The Tax Cut and Jobs act really changed how deductions work. It's important to know how much those changes will affect you and your business. Here's another way taxes have changed recently:
If you’ve spent any time online in the last ten years, you’ve probably heard about the digital nomad. A term coined in the late 2000s, the digital nomad represents a new worker that’s not chained to a desk or a specific office -- they work remotely. Thanks to the development of cheap wifi, dependable laptops, and a millennial lifestyle that values experience and flexibility over stability. Digital nomads have become a staple of the workforce.