It’s late March, which means that it’s too soon to predict which bills at the Connecticut General Assembly are going to have enough support for final passage, but not too soon to take a look at what is on the table.

By “on the table”, I mean bills that have been voted out of the

Since March of 2020 (has it really been a year?!), the Governor has ordered employers to allow employees to work from home if they can in many industries.  Many other employers have just decided to do it anyways.

Working from home has been far from a temporary thing; it’s THE thing.

But what about providing

For several years, one of the most popular posts on my blog was the one where I listed the mileage reimbursement rate for businesses.  It’s been relatively stable, but this year brings about another small change.

In any event, the new rate became effective January 1, 2015. Remember, this is the optional standard mileage rates.

Mileage Reimbursement

I’m often asked what some of my most popular posts are on the blog.  Surprisingly, one topic that always seems to generate interest is the mileage reimbursement rate.  I’m not quite sure why.

In any event, the new rate became effective January 1, 2012.  Remember, this is the 

If it’s December, it means it’s time for the IRS to announce the 2011 optional standard mileage rates. These rates are typically used by businesses to help calculate mileage expenses for employees. And just when you’ve started to remember the optional rate issued by the IRS, the agency changes it.

And so it has for