Should You Pay Summer Interns?

Should You Pay Summer Interns? Each year, many companies—large and small—offer summer internships. The interns are frequently college students between academic years, and they usually are unpaid. Recently, such arrangements have come under fire from those contending interns should be put on the payroll.The advantages of unpaid internships are [...]

2018-08-15T15:00:45+00:00Tax Matters|

Planning for Today’s Pensions

Planning for Today’s Pensions Some observers have commented that few private sector workers can look forward to pensions after retirement. The traditional pension, a lifelong stream of income to a retiree and perhaps a surviving spouse, is becoming a rarity for those who are not long-term government [...]

2018-08-15T15:01:50+00:00Tax Matters|

Drawing Down Your Retirement

Drawing Down Your Retirement Drawing Down Your Portfolio in Retirement Retirees often need money from their investment portfolio, especially if they have little or no earned income. For many seniors, tax-efficient withdrawals require two levels of decisions. First, should the dollars come from regular taxable accounts or [...]

2018-08-15T15:10:29+00:00Tax Matters|

Who Will Get Your Money When You’re Gone?

Who Will Get Your Money When You’re Gone? We at recommend speaking to your attorney, before you take any action.Some things to knowTerry Savage Contact Reporter Terry Savage Someone is going to get your money when you die. Do you know who that will be? What a shame if the money [...]

2018-08-21T14:03:02+00:00Tax Matters|