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Gifts to Employees – When are they Taxable?

Christmas Season is just around the corner and your ministry wishes to give “gifts” to the staff in appreciation for their services throughout the year. Will the generosity of the gift be undercut if the IRS taxes it as additional compensation? The parent of an employee dies suddenly. The ministry, knowing that the employee would […]

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Employee Handbooks – When was the last time you updated yours?

When was the last time your organization updated their employee handbook? If the answer is more than 12 months ago, it’s probably already time to update it, especially if you live in a state such as California or New York where you can generally count on a number of significant changes in the regulations each […]

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Employment Corner

Employee Retirement Triggers Final Pay Obligations California Labor Code section 202 requires that employers pay employees their final wages, including accrued and unused vacation or paid time off (PTO), in a timely fashion: immediately in the case of an involuntary termination, and within 72 hours of an employee voluntarily “quitting” without notice. A ruling in […]

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Court Holds: Reimburse Employees for Required Cell Phone Use

Under California law, employers must reimburse employees for certain job-related expenses. In an unprecedented decision, a California court of appeal recently ruled that an employer must reimburse an employee if the employee is required to use a personal cell phone to make work-related calls; this is true even when the employee did not incur an […]

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