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    What does it mean to insure your income? Here are a variety of ways to do it and ...
  2. Did Your State Cut Unemployment Benefits?

    Many of the states now cutting back on unemployment benefits significantly under-funded ...
  3. 6 Benefits You're Required by Law to Offer Your ...

    Learn about the benefits that a business must offer to employees, such as family ...
  4. How to Fix an Error on Your Social Security Check

    For many seniors, social security benefits checks are their income stream which means ...
  5. Payroll Taxes: Picking Apart Your Paycheck

    Here's what gets deducted from your pay, what your employer pays and where your payroll ...
  6. No Paycheck Doesn't Necessarily Mean No Income

    If you lose your job, be sure to apply for unemployment benefits. It's not welfare, ...
  1. Are Cafeteria plans subject to FICA, ERISA or FUTA?

    Find out whether cafeteria plans are subject to ERISA, what they offer to employees and which benefits are subject to FICA ...
  2. How do government stimuli increase the number of jobs in the private sector?

    Learn how government stimuli increases the number of jobs in the private sector by increasing consumers' purchasing power ...
  3. Do production possibility frontiers have multiple possible equilibria?

    Explore when production possibility frontiers can have multiple equilibria. Learn how backward-bending curves such as labor ...
  4. What are the key points when getting ready to file for unemployment aid?

    Before filing for unemployment aid, you must be unemployed, have worked in the past, lost the job through no your fault of ...
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