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Hiring Seasonal Employees What You Need to Know

Hiring Seasonal Employees What You Need to Know

A lot has changed since last summer, but the same federal and state laws still apply to employers that hire seasonal employees. If your business is considering bringing on summer help to handle an increased workload, you may need a refresher on navigating benefits, taxes, overtime, pay, and employment of teenage workers.

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What You Need to Know Before Starting a Franchise

What You Need to Know Before Starting a Franchise

Learn about franchising a business. Investing in a franchise can be a great business opportunity. But before you sign a franchise agreement and invest any money, you should closely review all documents with help from a qualified business lawyer.

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Considerations for Married Business Owners

Considerations for Married Business Owners

Owning a business can impact every area of a person’s life. The impact is uniquely felt within a marriage. Married business owners must consider the ways in which their marriage may impact their business and vice versa.

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What Are Corporate Bylaws?

What Are Corporate Bylaws?

Corporate bylaws are one of the most critical documents to have in place. Bylaws lay the corporation’s foundations and include important information that your directors will use to run and govern your business.

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Remote Employee’s Time

Employers may be required to pay nonexempt employees for work completed at home, even if the work was completed without the employers’ knowledge. Here’s why you should track remote employee’s time.

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