About a decade ago, the Internal Revenue Service launched an initiative targeting “high net worth families.”  This project was designed to look well beyond just the individual 1040s of the nation’s very wealthy to their related entities including private foundations. It “lasted a little while and then fizzled out a few years later,” according to law professor Phil Hackney who was in the IRS Chief Counsel’s Office at the time. This push apparently ended “……
As I look at the workplaces that have remained remote, versus the ones who couldn’t wait to get back to “normal”, I suspect this has a lot to do with the difference: “The Covid-19 crisis has distanced people from the … Read More The post Linked: Remote Work Doesn’t Have to Mean All-Day Video Calls appeared first on Mike McBride Online. If you want to see more like this, consider subscribing to the RSS…
The latest and greatest Wi-Fi spec is Wi-Fi 6. We’ve seen a few devices being sold over the last several months, but there’s about to be a big splash to the market with the next release of eero. According to a post on Zatz’s Not Funny, a new filing with the FCC identifies the specifications for a Wi-Fi 6 version of eero. As the post quotes “The Model N010001 and Q010001, eero 6 and eero…
This week we welcome back guest writer Mark Livingston to talk about his path to becoming an attorney after another career. During the 20th Century, it was common for people to have one job for a lifetime. People would begin working for one company, and decades later, retire from that same company with a gold { Continue Reading } The post Changing Paths: Becoming an Attorney as a Second Career appeared first on The Girl’s
In response to the new challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced temporary flexibility in the requirements for completing Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, while employers are operating remotely. DHS also has extended the time in which employers may respond to Notices of I-9 Inspection and the time in which to address certain E-Verify case responses.  Some states have begun automatically extending the validity of identification cards and driver’s…