Free trade agreements with Colombia, Panama and South Korea, expected to increase jobs and retail spending.
Online retail giants have been relying on online shoppers to declare taxable purchases when it comes time to file with the state.
A growing chorus of retailers are making their feelings known in Washington as debate continues about this contentious issue.
New bill would ask for study of amendment designed to help small businesses deal with rising fees.
Store owners keep pressure on lawmakers to limit fees despite credit card companies’ efforts to raise them.
In a move seen by many as a boon to small business and a possible sign of things to come, the Vermont senate has voted to approve legislation easing credit card rules for merchants. The Burlington Free Press sayss the bill specifically would allow merchants to offer a discount to customers who use credit cards […]
A new law was signed today in Massachusetts that offers relief to independent retailers looking for meaningful health care cost-cutting.
ACCORDING TO a recent study by ERISA Pros, LLC, the majority of U.S. employers with 100 or more employees do not comply with the ERISA requirement to file an annual Form 5500 for their health & welfare benefit plans. U.S. Census Bureau reports show that there are about 110,000 employers that employ 100 or more […]