Why Kentucky employers don’t have to pay unemployment benefits

Employees credit unions in Kentucky can get a $1,000 benefit if they prove that they have been employed for at least three months.That’s enough to cover basic living expenses, including food and clothing.Employers can also get a benefit of $2,500 if they show that they’ve had to lay off at least two full-time employees and […]

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‘Disney Employees Are All In’: Disney Employees Are Now All In

Disney employees are in the market for new jobs as the company struggles to stay afloat in the wake of its massive tax bill.The news comes on the heels of the company announcing the hiring of a new chief financial officer. The announcement comes after the company announced the hiring of Avery D. Lewis as its new chief […]

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IRAs can pay out far more than advertised

IRAs and other retirement savings plans are booming in recent years, with employers looking for ways to save for retirement, and for tax reasons.But what’s actually happening in some cases is that companies are actually paying out more than promised, according to a report from the U.S. Federal Reserve.The Federal Reserve looked at the annual […]

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