Beginning January 1, 2019, there will be a new health pan option available for individuals, known as the Farm Bureau Health Plan. Here are a few facts about the plan.
Well, it is that time again! Not just for Holiday parties and Christmas shopping, but even more importantly, it’s time to do your tax planning! Why, you may ask? Well, here are the top five reasons I recommend planning to my clients.
What’s on your end-of-the-year to-do list? Shopping for gifts? Making travel plans? What about spending some time with your investments? Conducting a review and making important decisions before 2018 comes to a close may help you lower your tax bill and get your portfolio on the right track for 2019.
Just like humans, your brand is comprised of a unique genetic code built from your company history, beliefs and values, corporate identity, and actions. Branding is more than skin deep – it isn’t just a surface-level collection of color palates, logos or taglines. Rather, your brand is the lifeblood of your company’s identity that defines who you are. What is your brand’s DNA made up of?
As we ease into October cooler weather, falling leaves and pumpkins, Medicare clients anxiously await the federal government’s decision on Social Security increase, Medicare Part B premium and any additional changes related to these two. How about we dust off the crystal ball and take a look.
Promotional Products’ greatest value is building long-term awareness through advertising exposure. In other words, it isn’t giving you brand exposure if your potential customer doesn’t use it.
Benefit Open Enrollment meetings happen once a year and many employers go through this process bracing themselves for (what can be) dreadful news. Usually the message is, “your health premiums are going up”! Do you customize your benefits to fit the needs of your staff? Take the time to find out what your employees really want!
I am sure you have heard of all the changes made to the federal tax law, but did you know that Iowa also passed an Iowa Tax Reform Bill? It was signed into law on May 30, 2018 by Governor Kim Reynolds. Here are a few of the highlights and when to expect the changes.
I have watched NBC’s America’s Got Talent off and on through the years…and this season, I’ll admit I have found myself tuning in to more episodes than I thought I would. Season after season, I am reminded that America DOES have talent—and a lot of it!
The kids are back to school, the leaves are beginning to turn pretty colors, fourth quarter is right around the corner, and it is time to start thinking strategically about your marketing in 2019! Use October as the month to truly evaluate your current marketing strategies to understand what is working, what isn’t, and what you would like to try differently beginning January 1st.
The federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requires employers to grant up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave each year to individuals recovering from a medical condition, caring for sick family members, or following the birth or adoption of a child under the age of 18. This act covers private sector companies with 50 or more employees. Although this law seems to be so confusing, many answers are found within the FMLA regulations found at www.dol/fmla.