Filing Company Taxes: Avoid The Dreaded Audit With These TipsIf you're a small business owner, following these three steps might help you lower your risk factor for getting audited by the IRS.
Business Strong: How To Build A Proper Structure From The StartJust like with a high octane architectural effort, your new small business has the best chance of succeeding with a proper build.
What Could A Repeal Of The ACA Mean For Your Small Business?Despite the political rhetoric, the Affordable Care Act was a big boost for many small businesses, as well as their employees and customers.
Employer Responsibility: Attorney & Employment Law Expert Talks Employee ClassificationLindquist and Vennum LLP Attorney Nancy Vollersten explains how business owners can incorrectly classify their employees.
How To Prepare Your Company To Properly Provide Healthcare CoverageHere is a quick guide to understanding small business owners' responsibilities when it comes to offering healthcare to employees.
Customer Convenience: How To Set Up Online Payments For Your Small BusinessSmall business owners will have some paperwork to do to become an official merchant. Here is what needs to be done.
3 Ways Your Small Business Can Benefit From A Minimum Wage IncreaseSmall business owners can reduce the amount of employee turnover by providing a fair and healthy salary to their staff.
Affordable Care Act For Small Businesses With Less Than 25 EmployeesWhen it comes to the business of healthcare, the rules can be confusing. Here are some important facts small business owners need to know.
Risky Business: What To Know When Leveraging Personal AssetsBeware of uncertainty and choose wisely when deciding to leverage your personal assets to help support your small business.
How To Brace Your Business For New Overtime Rules Before Dec. 1Manta CEO John Swanciger advises how to come up with overtime compliance strategies -- even if you're down to the wire.
How To Effectively & Legally Implement Secret Shoppers To Improve Company Customer ServiceBefore you call in a secret shopper for your small business, know what you can and can't do in a legal context.
Company Defense: What To Know When You Have Issues With An EmployeeInclude certain clauses in your employment contracts to protect your company from a vindictive employee.

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