Those in the leadership position should always offer continual safety training to employees on a regular basis to remind them of their duties and roles in advancing workplace safety.
Here is a list of the professionals you’ll likely need to get your new business off the ground.
There are three principal considerations when choosing a business structure: (1) liability, (2) management, and (3) taxes.
“How should I legally structure my new business? As a corporation? As a limited liability company (LLC)? As a limited partnership?”
When starting a new business, you’ll aim your focus on business plans, choosing your business’ structure, and funding—all of which are vital concerns—but before you make your first sale, be sure you’ve obtained the proper licenses and permits.
However, the type of corporate structure - that is, which form of corporate entity to utilize - is one of the single most important planning decisions a business can make, and it is consistently one of the areas where I see the most misinformation given and mistakes made.
As small businesses navigate changes brought about by the Affordable Care Act (ACA), they are seeing how far-reaching its impacts are—from leveraging tax credits to determining employee eligibility. Staying on top of ACA compliance will continue to be a challenge even for the savviest small business owner.
Amendments to the California Online Privacy Protection Act (CalOPPA) will require businesses to disclose their response processes to Do Not Track (DNT) directives. What does that mean for you?