Tag: Legal

Finance, Legal

Small Business Owners in NYC Struggling with $15 Minimum Wage

January 16, 2019

Via: Small Business Trends

New York City hiked its minimum wage for the third time in three years on Jan. 1 and small business owners are struggling to adapt to the steadily increasing labor costs. NYC Minimum Wage New York City’s minimum wage rose […]

Finance, Legal

10 Payroll Changes for 2019

January 8, 2019

Via: Small Business Trends

According to the SBA, small businesses employ nearly half (47.5%) of all workers in the U.S. If you have employees, your payroll likely is different for 2019. Here are 10 changes to note: 2019 Payroll Changes 1. Watch for new […]

Finance, Legal

Paying Taxes in Bitcoin: Retailer Overstock Says It Will Pay Ohio Using Digital Money

January 3, 2019

Via: Fortune

Once upon a time, people used livestock or bushels of wheat to pay their taxes. Today, we use checks, credit cards, online money and—starting this year in Ohio—Bitcoin. On Thursday, the online retailer Overstock announced it would pay a part […]


Business Insurance Doesn’t Have to Be Hard, Here Are 3 Types You’ll Need

December 24, 2018

Via: Small Business Trends

As a business owner, it’s important to be positive and optimistic for the most part. However, if you plan on being in business in the long run, it’s pretty unrealistic to think that nothing bad is ever going to happen. […]


12 Tax Related Resolutions your Corporation Should Consider at Annual Board Meetings

December 13, 2018

Via: Small Business Trends

Corporations are required by state law to have an annual meeting, even if there’s only one shareholder. If you own a corporation (whether it’s a C or S), doing this chore each year ensures that you respect the corporate structure […]


Trump’s Limits on Legal Immigration Could Hit Businesses Hard

December 10, 2018

Via: Wired

The Trump administration’s relentless efforts to crack down on undocumented immigrants and asylum seekers are well known—from the recent deployment of US troops to stop a “caravan” of migrants that hadn’t yet reached the border to the president’s promise to […]

Management, Proposal Management

Influencer Marketing and Crisis Management: Perfect Combination in a Storm – 7 Facts to Consider

December 7, 2018

Via: Business 2 Community

What do Influencer Marketing and Crisis Management have in common? Not a lot. Crisis Management is as old as the hills. It tends to be dominated by traditional corporate communications agencies or specialist crisis communications ones. Given its maturity, there […]


3 Questions to Ask Before Picking the Right Licensing Partner

November 26, 2018

Via: Entrepreneur

Among the many complications facing today’s leading cannabis brands is finding a way to execute a multi-state expansion strategy. Federal law prohibits interstate cannabis shipments, so product manufacturers are faced with a dilemma: Either own the licensed facilities in the […]


How Will New Tax Laws Impact Cyber Monday?

November 21, 2018

Via: FindLaw

In June 2018, the United States Supreme Court ruled that states should impose some sort of remote tax laws on local retailers that sell their wares online to people out of state, tossing out the old legal threshold of “physical […]


What is Royalty Free and What Does it Mean for Your Small Business?

November 19, 2018

Via: Small Business Trends

You’ve probably seen the term “royalty-free” before — perhaps on stock photos, background music or other types of intellectual property. But what exactly does it mean? Copyright law can be complicated for small businesses to navigate. But it is important […]