How To Develop an OSHA-Compliant Workplace

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has developed a series of standards over the years to address the many safety-related issues that companies face. After World War II, the economic boom led to the rise of injuries in the workplace. Many groups put pressure on Congress to establish a safety administration, and OSHA became effective in 1971.
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What You Should Know About The Payroll Tax

Invisible Tax
What is the payroll tax? There are those who have no opinions on these taxes at all, while some employers argue the taxes are a burden to small businesses. Some describe payroll taxes as “an ambiguous penalty for hiring someone” while others describe specific details of the payroll tax such as the funding of Social Security and Medicare as being important parts of the American economic infrastructure. Social...
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Top 4 Responsibilities of Homeowners

If you’ve just purchased your first home, you’re excited about the chance to finally own your house instead of renting. You can complete any renovations you want, put your belongings wherever you like, and invite people over anytime without worrying about violating your rental agreement. However, there are a few extra duties that accompany homeownership. Understand your responsibilities...
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Items You Can Buy in Bulk to Save Money

Do you need a list of items you can buy in bulk to save money? During financially stressful times there are many things you can and probably should purchase in bulk, and some items you might wish to give a second thought to buying in bulk unless you have the proper means to store them. amzn_assoc_placement = "adunit0"; amzn_assoc_search_bar = "true"; amzn_assoc_tracking_id = "criticalfinancial-20"; amzn_assoc_ad_mode...
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How to cope with a job-loss

Losing your job or any source of a stable income is a slippery slope, but it is not the end of the world. It happens to people all the time, so don’t panic, and let’s understand how to survive this. What you need to do first is to prioritize your budget and turn on the survival mode until things get better. Today we are going to talk over what we call the four walls. These are the primary...
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