Here’s what you need to know about how to avoid a wrongful termination lawsuit for your business.
What keeps small business owners happy these days? Pajamas, study finds
Being your own boss really is a recipe for happiness, according to a recent survey of small business owners.
Insurance and Taxes — What Business Owners Should Know
While carrying insurance may be expensive, you’re paying for peace of mind. Insurance premiums, as they relate to your business, are often tax deductible.
Part 8: Why Business Owners Should Do a Tax Projection
Jon Meyer of Boeckermann, Grafstrom & Mayer Wealth Management, talks about Diversifying Your Business Wealth. In this video Part 8: Why Business Owners Shoul...
How to Mitigate Risk from Wrongful Termination Lawsuits
The Cost of Wrongful Termination Lawsuits On average defending wrongful termination costs between $125,000 - $235,000 And, if you think that only large organizations get sued, you’d be wrong. Over 40% of employee lawsuits involve small, private companies. They can also happen anywhere, even in states with “at will”
How to Avoid Wrongful Termination Lawsuits in Michigan
How can employers avoid a wrongful termination lawsuit? The first step is understanding how employment works in Michigan.
Three tips to prevent a wrongful termination lawsuit
In this day and age, if someone feels they have been the victim of wrongdoing, their first inclination is to sue. In the ... Employment Law
Is Your Home Business Really Insured? What You Need to Know About Homeowner’s and Business...
Survival Guide: Business Owners: How to Be a Sellout
by Diccon Hyatt Joe Allegra knows a thing or two about selling companies. He sold his software firm, Princeton Softech, in 1998 for $43 mi...
Tips for Business Owners on Retirement Planning
'I'll never retire' is a common refrain among ambitious entrepreneurs, but the fact is you are likely to decide to at some point. Here's a look at how to plan for that day.
10 Conferences You Should Attend As A Business Owner
If Richard Branson is going to speak at the National Retail Federation's BIG Show Convention, shouldn't you be there, too?
Know what counts as wrongful termination
Know what counts as wrongful termination - Wrongful Termination - Law Office of William M. Julien, P.A.
Know what is and isn’t a wrongful termination
Know what is and isn’t a wrongful termination - Wrongful Termination - Law Office of William M. Julien, P.A.
5 Reasons Why Business Owners Should Plan for Their Retirement
This excerpt of video is taken from the Take Control of Your Retirement presentation where Doug Lockwood, Branch President and Wealth Advisor at Hefty Wealth Partners, briefly describes five reasons why business owners should plan for their retirement and business succession.
How to Identify Wrongful Termination
Have you been fired from a job? If so, do you know if your termination was legal? A wrongful (i.e, illegal) termination occurs when an employee is fired in violation of federal, state or local laws, or the terms of their employment contract. Were you wrongfully terminated?
What's new in retirement planning for Business Owners?
Retirement Planning for Business Owners: Defined Benefit Pension Plans & Cash Balance Plans are generating a lot of interest with businesses of all sizes.
How Will Business Owners Benefit From the New Tax Plan?
The tax reform bill that went into effect on January 1, 2018, has received a lot of attention lately. Understandably, everyone wants to know how it will affect them and whether or not it will benefit their bottom line.
Tips for Obtaining a Loan for Your Small Business
If you are like many small business owners, you are optimistic about your company’s future growth prospects. Several surveys have reported the vast majority of …
Business Owners: An Exit Strategy Should Be Part of Your Tax Planning
Tax planning is a juggling act for business owners. You have to keep your eye on your company’s income and expenses and applicable tax breaks (especially if you own a pass-through entity). But you also must look out for your own financial future. For example, you need to develop an
The Chances of an IRS Audit are Low, But Business Owners Should be Prepared
Many business owners ask: How can I avoid an IRS audit? The good news is that the odds against being audited are in your favor. In fiscal year 2018, the IRS audited approximately 0.6% of individuals. Businesses, large corporations and high-income individuals are more likely to