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All work and no play makes for a very long day. Take a break and play a couple fun games. Don’t forget to get back to work though as they can be ‘too’ much fun. Downloadable and play online versions available for you to enjoy.
A state correctional officer won a $500,000 award for back pay from a discrimination lawsuit. This consisted of $144,304 for compensatory damages, $355,696 for back pay, and $31,864 for interest; he was also reinstated to his position. After issuing him a check for back pay and interest, the state determined that it should have withheld [...]
The mid-year report from National Taxpayer Advocate Erin M. Collins contains an assessment of the 2021 filing season. It assesses the IRS response to 73 administrative recommendations that the Advocate made in the 2020 Annual Report to Congress that was released at the start of 2021. Finally, it identifies key objectives that the Taxpayer Advocate Service [...]
If an employer has a leave-based donation program, employees may contribute their unused leave time (e.g., vacation, sick, and personal days) for the benefit of employees who need the time. Usually, employees remain taxed on their donated leave time. However, for 2021, if the employer makes a cash equivalent donation of the contributed leave time [...]
Gain on the sale of a principal residence is tax free up to $250,000 ($500,000 on a joint return) if certain conditions are met. The question put to a district court was whether the basis in the home for purposes of figuring gain includes furniture sold with the home. The homeowners wanted to increase basis [...]