What would be my in hand salary?
I’m currently working in due diligence and have a long term goal of moving into corporate HR. What skill sets would be most useful and what books/ thoughts leadership should I read to develop into a HR leader?
Can anyone share steps to get working certificate Form60 from tcs because the RTO has rejected the Bonafide
Just seen news that Sidley is now the number 1 firm in Texas in regards to M&A. Anyone has any insight on the culture of their Houston and Dallas offices?
On my 4th snow day-1st actually for snow. Only 5 built in to schedule. Very nervous we will go over and have to report during April break. Of course have plans for FL this year.
Is there a salary bowl/forum on fishbowl? Curious what Brand Managers make in different industries. Unsure how valid Glassdoor salaries are.
How is IBM gurgaon for java developer(i have 4 year exp). is IBM gurgaon having good java development project?
Anyone log onto Delta app to see missing miles, MQMs, and MQDs that were previously posted?
SNL Time! All this buzz. What a time to be alive
Has anyone made a move from a boutique firm to Big Law, regretted it, stuck it out, and found success? I am in the ‘regretted it’ phase, but it may be culture shock. I started as a legal assistant for a solo practitioner 11 years ago and am now an IP Paralegal. I’ve never had keep track of billable time, and I think that’s one of the biggest adjustments.
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Need some help fam - I live in Colorado, but have a job "based in San Francisco" so working remote. I'm paying Cali state taxes/ deductions. Will I get the excess back when I do my tax return for 2022? Will I get penalized in Colorado?
I'm on a H1B so I am supposed to pay Medicare and SS taxes, but my employer has not withheld anything- my hnr block advisor caught that but she just completed my returns assuming I don't have to pay those taxes
What is the right protocol in this case? Do I owe SS and fica taxes?
I quit a small PA company to join big4 but my manager here is picky and she fixed everything that I did to her way. Now old manager asks if I want to come back if she matches the salary. What should I do? Yes I like my old manager, team and it was so comfortable back there. I don’t like big4 timesheet and the reason I left my old company because of I moved to different city. But now old company can provide wfh as well as big 4 I’m working now. Can someone give me advice?
Any thoughts on when Wayfair will come out?
I made a mistake in the tax filing- filed an 1099 as long term gains instead of short term gains but have attached the correct 1099 pdf with the return. Am I in trouble? Should I Wait for the IRS letter to amend/audit or proactively amend myself?
Los Angeles Area comp for 2nd year asset management?
Currently making $85k with a 7.5k signing bonus. Wondering if I’m being underpaid in my role. Ive tried probing my colleagues but no dice.
Will states start imposing sales tax on NFTs?
I accepted a role in New York City but my direct manager said I can work from home in Boston instead. My understanding is that I would be paying NY taxes, but not MA taxes. Can anyone here confirm? Also, would my employer have to incur any additional taxation because I am remote? They’re a really small firm and I worry that this sort of thing could be prohibitive for them despite my manager’s approval.
New to the country. I need to fill the W-4 tax form and I don't know if I am eligible to any tax credits. Do I have the opportunity to change this later?
If any seniors or managers are looking for a referral to CohnReznick tax or audit, please DM me. Fantastic firm and comp, and 100% remote if you want it to be (so any office is not a problem)
The Idaho State Tax Commission is looking for an appeals specialist. You'll deal with protested cases, work with Petitioners/ Taxpayers, commissioners, lawyers and auditors. The pay is starting at $27.93. Let me know if you're interested.
If you had the opportunity to ask your team anything before you started, what would you ask?
Crowe is looking to hire SALT professionals for income tax, sales tax and unclaimed property! Please reach out if you’re interested in joining our team.
Maxed out Roth IRA contributions when I wasn't eligible for 2021 (got a salary bump mid year). Do I need to recharacterize? It's a very small account that's been open for only two years. That's the only IRA account I own. Do I need to open a traditional IRA and roll over 6k + realized gains into that account and keep the Roth IRA. So confused how this works and got conflicting information from Merrill.
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You were married in 2022, unless you were legally separated in 2022 then you'll be filing as either MFJ or MFS in 2022. Just make sure you're on the same page as your (soon-to-be) former spouse.
Did you guys live with each other the LAST 6 months of the year? If you guys didn’t live with each other the last 6 months of the year - you can file single. If you have kids then you can file head of household.
Sorry to hear this, OP. Hope it all works out.
Ideally you can file amicably as M filing J. If not, you’re MFS. Legally, as of 12/31/22 you were married, so you’re M either way for 2022. You’ll continue to be M until the divorce is finalized. Your divorce attorney (which you should definitely have) can advise you on specifics.
You cant file single
You were married..either MFJ or MFS