With the holidays upon us, you may want to show your appreciation for your employees’ hard work, but before you begin shopping, it’s a good idea to consider the tax implications of your generosity. Otherwise, a well-meaning gift could end up having the opposite of the desired effect when the employee receives a tax surprise on your gift.Read more »
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