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Internal Revenue Service Selects Thomson Reuters for Agency-Wide Legal, Tax Research Solutions

Thomson Reuters announced on Oct. 14 that it has been awarded a new multi-year contract from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to provide research resources for the agency. As the primary enterprise-wide provider of online legal and tax research for the IRS, Thomson Reuters will provide an array of leading solutions and content from its Legal and Tax & Accounting businesses.

Leading Audit Firm Addresses the Challenge of "Over-Auditing" in New Case Study from Thomson Reuters Checkpoint

NEW YORK – Thomson Reuters today announced the launch of a new Checkpoint Learning Tax Research Certificate Program. The program helps professionals develop foundational tax research knowledge and skills. It is designed to fill in knowledge gaps for entry-level tax professionals and those re-entering the workforce after an extended leave.

Thomson Reuters Launches Checkpoint Learning Tax Research Certificate Program for Tax Professionals

NEW YORK – Thomson Reuters today announced the launch of a new Checkpoint Learning Tax Research Certificate Program. The program helps professionals develop foundational tax research knowledge and skills. It is designed to fill in knowledge gaps for entry-level tax professionals and those re-entering the workforce after an extended leave.

Registration Open for Thomson Reuters Building a Well-Connected Firm Event Series for Tax and Accounting Practitioners: How to Digitalize Your Tax Workflow

Thomson Reuters on July 22 announced that registration is open for the upcoming regional event series Building a Well-Connected Firm: How to Digitalize Your Tax Workflow. Events are scheduled for the following dates and locations: August 12 in Indianapolis, IN; August 28 in Boston, MA; and October 2 in San Diego, CA.

Thomson Reuters Releases 2014-2015 Edition of Tax Planning Guide, a Content Marketing Solution for Tax Professionals

NEW YORK, July 17, 2014 – Thomson Reuters today announced the release of the 2014-2015 edition of the Tax Planning Guide, which accountants, lawyers, tax professionals, and financial advisors distribute to clients and prospects.

Paying Terminated Employees

By James Paille, CPP

Employee turnover is a fact of life. And when an employee leaves, it's important to keep in mind that different types of employee termination have different payment requirements.

Terminated employees generally fall into one of three categories:

  • Voluntary: The employee quit
  • Involuntary: The employee was laid off or fired
  • Deceased 

The requirements for each type of termination vary by state, and you'll need to consider vacation pay as well. 

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