VITA Programs & the Affordable Care Act
The Business Case for Workplace Flexibility
Workplace flexibility can strategically meet the needs of individuals with disabilities and businesses, including when, where, and how work is done and mutually ensure that the needs of both are met through making changes to the time, location, and manner in which an employee works. By utilizing effective tools and resources, workforce professionals can provide valuable services to employees and employers through a unique workplace flexibility strategy. Learn more by viewing The Business Case for Workplace Flexibility
, presented by NDI's LEAD Center at the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals Annual Training.
Taxes and Tax Preparation
It's Tax Time. Are You Ready?
This time of year, tax coalitions across the country are gearing up for the 2014 Tax Season! If you are preparing to serve tax payers with disabilities, check out these accessibility tools and checklists at www.adasoutheast.org/taxaccess
10 Questions to Ask When Selecting an Online Money Management Tool
What is Asset Development? Earn It -> Claim It -> Keep It!
Asset development is vital for everyone to improve their economic self-sufficiency, including individuals with disabilities. Asset development can range from buying a home, investing in a business, learning a new skill, to simply saving money for emergencies. As you develop assets, you and your family will become more financially stable. Social Security Work Incentives, Individual Development Accounts (IDA), and the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) are some of the programs that are designed to assist with asset development however they are highly underutilized.
National Disability Institute Calls for Swift Congressional Action on the Equal Employment for All Act
National Disability Institute calls on its REI Network members to contact their Representative and Senators and urge them to pass the Equal Employment for All Act. This piece of legislation will end pre-employment credit checks that are an unnecessary barrier to employment for more than a million individuals with and without disabilities who want to work. Learn more about what you can do to help
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