November 2013
Small Business Advisor (1069-9619);Nov2013, Vol. 30 Issue 11, p3
The article discusses withholding allowances based on 2014 expected deductions. Topics include the Health Flexible Spending Arrangements also called the Cafeteria Plan provided by employers, disability income and contributions to health savings accounts. It also mentions fringe benefits, coverage of an accident or health plan and worker's compensation. It also notes dividends from life insurance, loans made by members of a family and bonds such as the Series I, Series E and Series EE.


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