Alice Gliman

Employees may believe these five myths about income tax refunds. Here’s the truth to set them straight.
The Securing a Strong Retirement Act of 2021 has passed in the House of Representatives. The bill would shore up defined-contribution protections that fell short when similar legislation was enacted in 2019.
There are some surprising payroll provisions in the Biden administration’s FY 2023 budget request.
The U.S. Postal Service’s recent dismal track record on deliveries could spell trouble this tax season.
In which we cover college coaches’ compensation, I-9 forms, telehealth coverage, IRS training and payroll trouble for the foreign service.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau takes a look at debts employees may owe to their employers and surreptitious data collection by third-party benefits providers.
It’s clear the federal government is cracking down on all sorts of retaliation.
The Biden administration’s bid to redefine employee/independent contractor status has run into a legal snag.
The EEOC has published fresh guidance on covid-related caregiver discrimination and how to handle employees who say they have religious objections to getting shots.
The recently concluded Major League Baseball lock-out reminds us that professional sports is a business that greatly interests the IRS and Congress.