Overall, just under 1 in 4 Americans (24%) has divulged his or her pay to a coworker. Men are more likely than women to have done so (29% vs. 20%), as well as those with higher income and education levels.
Information Guide for UCI Students
UC I VOTE 2016: Information Guide for UCI Students Hello Anteater! This information guide is brought to you by the ASUCI Office of the President. Below you will find
Fraud: Current Trends & Information
By: Jeremy Bendewald Trillions of dollars of revenue worldwide is lost due to fraud. According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners 2016 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and A…
Six things taxpayers should know about the sharing economy and their taxes
How to Protect Your Client's Information
As a tax preparer, you are privy to a lot of confidential information - information that could do your clients severe harm if it ended up in the wrong hands.
Create, Discover and Share GIFs on Gfycat
Watch widow 3 shots in the air twice GIF by daseulgi on Gfycat. Discover more GIFS online at Gfycat.
More and more MMC Inc's clients in the healthcare industry are turning to information sharing technology to increase productivity during the day at places like; doctors offices, dentist offices, hospitals, long term care facilities and even...
How auditors use nonfinancial information
Every financial transaction your company records generates nonfinancial data that doesn’t have a dollar value assigned to it. Though auditors may spend most of their time analyzing financial records, nonfinancial...
What Not to Ask During an Informational Interview
4 questions never to ask your contact and 4 you definitely should.
A Personal Information Security Guide for Taxpayers
Personal information security is critical at tax time. Cybercriminals use scams to steal money and information from vulnerable taxpayers.
Discover and share information with E-WorkBook
Learn how E-WorkBook breaks down information barriers and makes it easy to find and share information.
Top 500 Passwords Visualized — Information is Beautiful
Does YOUR password appear in our Top 500 most commonly-used passwords? 70% of English language password stems are in here, visualized!
Information Security Jumps to Top Priority for Audit Committees
Audit committees and executives are shifting their focus to information security, as well as challenges stemming from growth in emerging markets and dealing with the consequences of excess cash.
Here’s How to Get Prior-Year Tax Information
As people are filing their taxes, the IRS reminds taxpayers to hang onto their tax records. Generally, the IRS recommends keeping copies of tax returns and supporting documents at least three years. Taxpayers should keep some documents — such as those related to real estate sales —
Tips for keeping your financial information secure
It’s tax time! And along with tax returns and e-filing and W-2s and 1099s, we also have to be worried about all those rascals that want to get hold of your name, Social Security number, and other p…
Free App to Share Articles
The Publicity Hound’s Tips of the Week – Issue #1120 May 2, 2017 Free App to Share Articles 3 Options for Live Video Easy Tool to Build an Email List Hound Video of the Week Rea…
How to Handle Financial Information about Job Applicants
Wondering how to handle financial information about job applicants? Can you factor their personal financial situation into a hiring decision? Find out here.
What If I Forgot To Include Information On My Taxes?
So, you worked hours on your tax return, gathered your documents, filed on time and you are now awaiting your tax refund with eager anticipation. All is well until that moment of mild terror when you realize you forgot to include a vital document or deduction on your taxes. Don’t panic: all is not lost. There are ways... Continue reading
How Auditors Use Non-Financial Information
Every financial transaction your company records generates nonfinancial data that doesn’t have a dollar value assigned to it. Though auditors may spend most of their time analyzing financial record…
A New Way to Steal Chip Card Information
The newest tool for stealing credit card info is a 'shimmer.' These hard-to-detect devices are able to record information from chip cards, including the PIN.