Posts tagged with "Health"



Business · February 20, 2019
Making sure your employee handbook is well-drafted will not only set out your company’s policies and establish expectations, but it will also protect your business from potentially costly litigation. If poorly drafted, your employee handbook could open the door to contractual liability. Here are a few tips on drafting an employee handbook that will serve your company well.
Business · January 28, 2019
Engaging with your community has benefits for both you and the community. There are many ways you can help your community including donations and services. Community engagement can mean supporting individual employees’ community efforts or organizing company-wide volunteer events in your local community. Here are ways you can engage with your community.
Estate Planning · January 21, 2019
Many self-made millionaires in their 30s maintain that working smart and working hard can bring you from just making ends meet to a 7-figure income in as little as a decade. It can happen in many ways but it depends on how well you manage your life. Here are a few tips to help you stay focused on the things that matter toward your personal and financial success.
Business · January 21, 2019
Staying in control is the key to good governance and here are 4 key practices to help you. Practicing good governance of the LLC helps make the intent and purpose of the LLC clear to its members and to outside parties. These practices will help you in conflict by providing a clear picture of what you intended for the LLC. Read here on how to practice good governance.
Estate Planning · January 01, 2019
Planning for retirement is the best ways to make sure that you are financially stable in the future when you won’t be earning an income. This planning includes more than putting aside a certain amount every month, it is more about figuring out how much to save depending on many different factors in your life such as the economy or medical emergencies. Here are some of the most important factors to consider when planning for retirement.
Business · November 09, 2018
One of the most important steps when starting your business is deciding what you will name it. Choosing a name takes a lot of work and research because you want to make sure you have a unique name. It is also important to make sure your business is easily found online and not confused with others. Here are some more important points regarding the name of your business.
Business · October 26, 2018
There are many things you are thinking about when starting your new business and it can all easily get overwhelming. One of the biggest questions you ask yourself might be whether to form a limited liability company taxed as a partnership (LLC) or a corporation making an S election (S corp). We have summarized the similarities and differences between both here for you so you can have a better understanding before making this important decision.
Estate Planning · October 26, 2018
Protecting your assets from surprises such as lawsuits is one of the most important things to do no matter how much your assets are worth. Making sure your assets are not at risk if someone is suing you for any reason will help you now and in the future, since a lawsuit can hurt your future income as well. Here is how you can make sure you are protecting your assets at all times.
Business · October 19, 2018
Closing down your business for any reason requires steps that must be taken before you move on. It is important that you do this process the right way so that you are not facing any difficulties in the future and are not personally liable for anything. Here are some of the most important steps you must take during the process of closing down your business.
Estate Planning · February 16, 2018
Although parents will never ask for help, at some point they might need it or you'll want to step in to assist them. Helping parents become financially stable can be hard without the right information and knowledge about their current financial situation. Further, getting access to different accounts and making important decision on their behalf will not happen unless you are given the required legal authority to do so.

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