JD Miller

  • How is the Lyft IPO filing impacted by driving costs? Last Friday, Lyft filed its IPO registration, revealing information about the financial health of the organization. This includes the company’s net loss of $911.3 million last year, against revenues of $2.2 billion. As is typical of such filings, the Lyft IPO registration lays out a…

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  • 2018 Tax Returns and Declining Tax Refunds Filing for your 2018 tax returns? While the deadline to do so isn’t until April 15th, tax preparations in some households are already well underway. But those looking forward to a size-able refund may want to temper their expectations. In a recent analysis of taxes filed through January,…

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  • What happens with the Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act? In late August, Governor Bruce Rauner signed an amendment to the Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act. Effective January 1, 2019, the Act requires employers to “reimburse an employee for all necessary expenditures” they incur as a result of doing their job. Employees have 30…

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