KY Sales Tax Update (HB 366): The Loophole!

Over the past few weeks my office has been asked numerous times about the new tax on “luxury services” in Kentucky, including veterinary and pet care services. After much thought below is the loophole all veterinarians should read!  If you haven’t heard, starting July 1, 2018 *all* veterinarians in the state of Kentucky will be […]

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New Regulations for Compounded Drugs in Ohio

The Ohio Pharmacy Board just promulgated new regulations that directly affect veterinary hospitals in Ohio that purchase or dispense compounded drugs.  As of 2/22/2016 compounding pharmacies will not be permitted to ship compounded drugs to your facility unless your facility has registered with the Ohio Pharmacy Board as a Terminal Distributor of Dangerous Drugs (TDDD). […]

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1099 or W-2: Contractor or Employee?

The thought of classifying a worker as an independent contractor is appealing to small business owners.  The main benefits of a 1099 independent contractor are that the company does not have to withhold income taxes, social security, medicare, city tax, county tax, school tax, and doesn’t pay unemployment compensation or the employer’s share of the […]

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How to Conduct a Legal Working Interview

All too often employers are stuck in a situation with a new employee who has overemphasized or fibbed about his or her qualifications for a position.  To better choose candidates, many professions use working interviews to test a job applicant’s knowledge, skills, and abilities prior to making an offer of employment.  The interview consist of […]

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