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Government Agencies You Need To Know As A Business Owner

Are You Familiar With The Government Agencies As A Business Owner? Get Familiar With The Main Government Agencies! In order to run your business, knowing the government agencies will help! For submitting federal income tax payments & obtaining Employer Identification Number (EIN) for your business, you will go to the Internal Revenue Service( IRS). For …

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Do Not Misclassify Your Employees As Independent Contractors

LEARN THE “ABC TEST” FOR CLASSIFYING INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS Do You Run A Business? If you run a business you will enter into contracts.  You will deal with other businesses.  You will likely deal with independent contractors.  The IRS identifies people such as doctors, dentists, veterinarians, lawyers, accountants, contractors, subcontractors, public stenographers, or auctioneers who are …

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Business Contracts

Need Business Contracts Drafted? Do you run a business? Contracts & agreements are the most important type of transactions for any business. Without well-written contracts you are bound to face a lot of legal issues sooner or later. As the intention of the parties is clearly defined, written contracts play a vital role in avoiding …

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Business Partnership

Are You Running a Business with Another Person? A business partnership is a legal relationship that is most often formed by a written agreement between two or more individuals or companies. The partners invest their money in the business. Each partner benefits from any profits and sustains part of any losses. If you want to …

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Entertainment Event Cancellation Insurance Claims Due To The Coronavirus

Impact Of The Coronavirus On The Entertainment Industry: Event Cancellation Insurance Claims The impact of the coronavirus pandemic is widespread, and the entertainment industry has been substantially impacted.  There will be a floodgate of event cancellation insurance claims.  In fact, every business sector across the globe has been affected at its core. Governments are issuing …

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Do I Have A Business Insurance Claim Due To Coronavirus? My Claim Was Denied, Can I File A Lawsuit?

Do I Have A Business Insurance Claim Due To Coronavirus? My Claim Was Denied, Can I File A Lawsuit? Businesses Affected By Interruptions May Be Eligible To File A Claim Against Their Insurance Company! Has Your Insurance Company Denied Or Disregarded Your Business Interruption Or Business Income Coverage Claim? We Can File A Lawsuit Against Your …

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Does Force Majeure Apply To The Coronavirus?

Legal Issues Involving The Coronavirus The COVID-19 pandemic, also known as the Coronavirus pandemic, has severely affected individuals and businesses everyday.  The global economy has completely shut down. People and businesses are not making money to pay their bills. People and businesses more and more are attempting to excuse their contractual nonperformance through either force …

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E-2 Visa

This memorandum briefly outlines the formal and substantive requirements for obtaining an E-2 Treaty Investor Visa (commonly referred to as an E2 Visa). Formal Requirements For An E2 Visa Treaty and nationality: Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between the United States and the applicant’s home country Applicant and/or business possess the nationality of the treaty …

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Buy-Sell Agreement

What Is A Buy-Sell Agreement?  A Buy-Sell Agreement is relevant when you form a business with co-owners.  The Buy-Sell Agreement is a binding contract between co-owners of the business. The contract sets the terms and conditions of a future sale of one of the co-owners\’ shares in the business once a triggering event occurs.  The …

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Business Tax Implications Due To Coronavirus Aid, Relief, And Economic Security Act (\”CARES Act\”)

Business Tax Implications Due To Coronavirus Below are the relevant business tax implications due to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (\”CARES Act\”). Business Loans If you have fewer than 500 employees or are self-employed, you are eligible to apply for a business loan of up to $10 million. Interest rates cannot exceed …

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Defamation Lawyer

 Need a Defamation Lawyer? We Are Here To Help You! Call 310-498-2750   WHAT IS DEFAMATION? Everyone has a right to not have their reputation damaged by false statements.  Defamation is the unprivileged publication of a false statement of fact that injures another’s reputation.  There must be a balance of interests between protecting an individual’s …

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What Is The Difference Between An Independent Contractor & Employee?

What Are Independent Contractors?  Independent contractors are responsible for their own work.  An independent contractor is a person who has decided to independently work for himself or herself. An independent contractor is responsible to pay his own self-employment and payroll taxes, and deal with risks and liabilities attached to his work himself. Independent contractors pay …

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Can Nonprofits Hire Employees?

EMPLOYEES OF NONPROFITS Many nonprofits hire employees as staff to provide programs, conduct fundraising, maintain accounting, file taxes, and other services.  The nonprofit has the same legal obligations to its employees as any private business corporation, such as prohibitions against discrimination and harassment.  The nonprofit corporation is also obligated to report employee’s income and make …

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Regulation of Nonprofit Organizations

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE REGULATION OF NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS The California Attorney General is responsible for the regulation of nonprofit organizations for public policy reasons.  The Attorney General represents all the public beneficiaries of charity, who cannot sue in their own right.  Therefore, all charities must register with the Attorney General and the …

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