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3 Tax Tips for Every Self-Employed Person – Motley Fool
20 Mar
3:18

3 Tax Tips for Every Self-Employed Person – Motley Fool

Source: https://www.fool.com/taxes/2019/03/19/3-tax-tips-for-every-self-employed-person.aspx Filing taxes is pretty straightforward when you work for someone else, but it’s more complicated when you’re self-employed. You have to set aside money for taxes on your own, keep records of your business transactions, and figure out which tax breaks you qualify for. It can seem difficult, […]

Employer groups may create their own health insurance – The Capital Journal
20 Mar
3:37

Employer groups may create their own health insurance – The Capital Journal

Source: https://www.capjournal.com/cjbureau/employer-groups-may-create-their-own-health-insurance/article_531a7428-4a5c-11e9-a0d8-9f6c95874f13.html Normal rules and regulations apply but as of July 1, a group of businesses may get together to create and run their own group health insurance. That includes self-employed people. One of the bills signed into law following the 2019 legislative session, Senate Bill 37, revises association health […]

Bill enabling Association Health Plans moves to NC House – Laurinburg Exchange
19 Mar
3:48

Bill enabling Association Health Plans moves to NC House – Laurinburg Exchange

Source: https://www.laurinburgexchange.com/features/health/23775/bill-enabling-association-health-plans-moves-to-nc-house RALEIGH — The Senate has overwhelmingly passed Senate Bill 86, which could make high-quality, affordable health care insurance available to tens of thousands of North Carolina residents lacking coverage. The bill enables the growth of Association Health Plans, designed for small businesses and individuals unable to afford insurance. […]

The public’s business: On the legislative agenda this week – New Hampshire Business Review
19 Mar
3:58

The public’s business: On the legislative agenda this week – New Hampshire Business Review

Source: https://www.nhbr.com/the-publics-business-on-the-legislative-agenda-this-week-2/ This week there will be hearings on the budget as well as a marathon three-day House session. The big issues: family and medical leave and sports betting. Other significant bills include New Hampshire’s minimum wage, the educational tax credit, plastics, putting the Affordable Care Act into state law, […]

Ask Carrie: Tax Basics—What’s Your Tax IQ? – Parade
18 Mar
4:11

Ask Carrie: Tax Basics—What’s Your Tax IQ? – Parade

Source: https://parade.com/860024/carrieschwabpomerantz/ask-carrie-tax-basics-whats-your-tax-iq/ (iStock) Dear Readers, It’s tax time again and I’m getting lots of questions, especially from young people facing tax bills for the first time. Understandably, they want to know how they can reduce their taxes. And I’m glad they’re asking because, while it’s easy to rely on tax […]

On The Homefront: The current state of health care in our country – Seacoastonline.com
18 Mar
4:18

On The Homefront: The current state of health care in our country – Seacoastonline.com

Source: https://www.seacoastonline.com/news/20190312/on-homefront-current-state-of-health-care-in-our-country By Joshua Gear Health care issues and policies have been or should be a concern of every family. Most of us will agree that all Americans should be able to gain access to health care. What is not always appreciated is the difference between “having access” and “gaining […]

IRS Schedule 1: What You Need to Know to Do Your Taxes – Motley Fool
17 Mar
4:29

IRS Schedule 1: What You Need to Know to Do Your Taxes – Motley Fool

Source: https://www.fool.com/taxes/2019/03/13/irs-schedule-1-what-you-need-to-know-to-do-your-ta.aspx Tax season is here, and taxpayers have a whole new set of forms to deal with in preparing their returns. For some, the new, shorter 1040 is a big relief from the old long form, while others who are used to even simpler tax returns are feeling the […]

5 Tax Tips for the Self-Employed – The Motley Fool
17 Mar
4:42

5 Tax Tips for the Self-Employed – The Motley Fool

Source: https://www.fool.com/taxes/2019/03/16/5-tax-tips-for-the-self-employed.aspx When you’re self-employed, your tax situation is more complicated than someone who receives regular wages. The bad news is that you don’t have an employer who takes care of paying the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for you, so you have to stay on top of your taxes year-round. […]

A crowded field: Meet 2 candidates running for Benton mayor, 9 running for 4 council seats – The Southern
16 Mar
4:50

A crowded field: Meet 2 candidates running for Benton mayor, 9 running for 4 council seats – The Southern

Source: https://thesouthern.com/news/local/govt-and-politics/a-crowded-field-meet-candidates-running-for-benton-mayor-running/article_ed058595-0b95-5453-96fe-d68d342041f5.html BENTON — Voters in Benton will have plenty of candidates to choose from this April 2, as they select four city councilmen and a mayor. Just two incumbents, Mayor Fred Kondritz and Councilman Don Storey, are seeking re-election. Kondritz is challenged by Roy Simpkins, while Storey will compete […]

The World’s Best Places to Retire on $200K or Less – MoneyWise.com
16 Mar
5:09

The World’s Best Places to Retire on $200K or Less – MoneyWise.com

Source: https://moneywise.com/a/best-places-to-retire-on-200k-in-2019 We’ve reviewed travel advisories and the very latest information on living costs, visa requirements and other factors to find 2019’s best places for an affordable, safe retirement abroad. Follow along as we count down our top picks: 15 nations around the globe where retirees might easily get by […]