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An estimated 17.6 million people — 7 percent of U.S. residents age 16 or older — were victims of identity theft in 2014, a trend that has been on the rise since 2012, according to the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Of those victims, two-thirds of incidents resulted in direct financial loss.
In an age when identity theft and fraud is rampant, you may be wondering how to securely dispose of your outdated records. To shred or not to shred, that is the question.
Oregon recently made history, becoming the fourth state in the nation to require employers to provide paid sick leave. The law, Oregon Senate Bill 454, took effect January 1, 2016, and requires employers to provide paid or unpaid sick leave to employees based on the number of people in their employment.
While the details are nuanced, this article will outline the important information you need in order to ensure your company is in compliance.
As a small or medium-size business, you’ve got a lot on your plate. On-site accounting applications like QuickBooks may seem like the go-to solution for maintaining accurate books and keeping your finances in order. But this software is increasingly easy to misuse and errors can lead to significant consequences.
While this software is designed to be as easy to use as possible — you don’t need to be an accountant — in order to be successful, you’ll need to know how to do more than write a check, create and send invoices, and file your bills.