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IRS reform 2018

Congress passed a fairly significant tax code reform in December of last year and now the House just passed a series of bills that reform the Internal Revenue Service.

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Stifel opens Modesto branch

Stifel Financial Corporation has opened another Central Valley location in Modesto.

The location, at 1539 McHenry Ave., Ste. A, is the 39th Stifel office in California. It will be run by the team of Dane and Randy Anderson.

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Want to give your employees a ‘flat sum’ bonus? Beware!

Many Central Valley employers utilize bonus payments to motivate employees to work more safely, increase productivity, decrease absenteeism or to encourage other behaviors the employer views as beneficial.

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Bad employee or bad manager?

I once had a manager who said, “This would be a great place to work if it wasn’t for all the bad employees in my department.”

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Three ways the Central Valley can attract a remote workforce

It’s no secret that Silicon Valley is overflowing with eager tech developers, startup entrepreneurs and Zuckerberg wannabes. This hub of the tech industry is one of the most popular places to work and one of the largest contributors to the U.S. economy. In fact, the Bay Area has outpaced both the state and the country in economic growth year after year.

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UC Merced to hold job fair connected to 2020 project

University of California Merced is holding a job fair to fill positions needed for the completion of the first phase of its Merced 2020 Project.

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Procurement expo to connect vendors, government agencies

Securing a government contract can sometimes seem like a monumental task encased in mounds of red tape. So much so that small vendors don’t even attempt to secure such clients. The Small Business Procurement Expo seeks to change that.

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