She wrote a wonderful post about what makes a person part-time that got me poking around trying to figure out different aspects of my business model that may need to be tweaked. If you haven't figured it out by now, I'm into upgrading for the future.
The NYS Society of CPAs has a very interesting on-line journal which includes the subject of part-time employee exclusions. It made me realize that I really don't want to be a part-time anything because I am not working to be excluded, I am working to gain everything that I can gain.
I selected a post, "IRS Guidance for Part-time Employee Exclusions Under 401(k) Plans," written by Sheldon M. Geller (July 2007) to share with you that I thought was a very interesting read. Click the link up top if you want to learn more.
Enjoy your day. Regards, C.
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