January Issue Highlights
- January note from the editor
- Profile – Lynn Ingmire, SPHR, Chair-Elect KYSHRM
- KYSHRM 2014 Leadership Conference in Louisville December 3-5
- Highlights from the WAHRA 2014 Leadership Conference in Fort Smith
- Tennessee SHRM Strategic Leadership Conference in Nashville February 20
- FLSA Regulations . . . Changes Are on the Way by Craig A. Cowart
- The Catch 22 of Obesity and Debt by Mark Rodrigues, Ren Pritchett and Reagan Fromm
- Top Employee Benefits Companies
- Quit or Fired? Performance Improvement Plans Are Not Enough to Show Constructive Discharge by Robin B. Taylor
- Has Your Benefits Broker Told You the Truth About “Wellness” Programs by Chris Davis
- Data Facts Named a Top 2014 Workplace
- Disparate Impact Discrimination 101 by Gary Peeples
- House Sues President Over ACA Administration
- Portfolio’s Lifestyle Model Options Simplifies Retirement Investment – Interview by Chip Taulbee
- Comprehensive Health Plan Reduces Metabolic Syndrome by Heidi Kahly-McMahon, Douglass Cropper and Renee Stolmeier
- What HR Professionals Should Know About the New Immigration Initiatives by Lynn Susser
- How to Really Welcome a New Employee by Harvey Deutschendorf
- Highlights from the Memphis Bar Association Annual Labor and Employment Law Seminar
- Highlights from the HRO Partners Holiday Breakfast Social
2015 IRS Mileage Allowance Increases
The IRS mileage deduction or IRS mileage allowance for 2015 is finally set by the Internal Revenue Service. The rate for the year 2015 is 57.5 cents per mile for business. Depending on the condition, and whether you have a loan on your vehicle, the mileage deduction for miles driven could be more to your advantage for tax purposes. You have to look at the alternatives with the Vehicle Depreciation method. If you have a vehicle that is paid for, cost nothing for an auto payment and only has a low insurance cost, this could be best for you. The mileage rage for 2014 was 56.0 cents per mile.
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