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The Obama Administration proposed federal overtime regulations that would raise the current overtime threshold to $50,400 a year up from the current threshold of $23,660 as early as 2016. The regulation change is coming under fire from business groups and Republicans who argue it threatens jobs and will force employers to cut hours for salaried employees.
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Being a successful business owner typically means operating within a certain set of norms. That certainly seems easy enough, but the challenge is that norms and the trends they are linked with can be ambiguous.
U.S. Representatives Diane Black (R-Tenn.) and Michael Thompson (D-Calif.) recently introduced the Commonsense Reporting and Verification Act of 2015 aimed at streamlining the employer mandate reporting requirements under the Affordable Care Act to minimize compliance burdens on businesses.
U.S. Senator Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) on June 24 introduced legislation that seeks to amend the U.S. tax code to indefinitely renew the expired tax break known as bonus depreciation.
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