Monthly Archives: April 2016

Ronald Reagan Trump

This is supposed to be a business blog, and I’ve been meaning to write one on Trump, since I knew him a little bit at Wharton. The foreign policy speech sounded like it was right out of Reagan’s playbook, other … Continue reading

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The Pay Equity Police (Might) Get Some New Ammunition

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is at it again. There are new proposed rules to equalize pay at companies employing over 100 workers. Those below the magic 100 presumably will stay the same as they are now, which is some, but … Continue reading

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Watch Your 1099 Classifications

Recently, we attended a talk about independent contractor status, which is a controversial item these days because of Obamacare and the reqirement, if you’re over 25 employees, to have some sort of insurance in place. We also had a chat … Continue reading

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