When is the last time you reviewed your employee handbook? If you reviewed it, did you consider any recent state and federal developments that impact employment policies? Often, small business owners take a long moment before answering these questions. It is so easy to get bogged down in the day-to-day of running a business, that
Over my dead body!!!
“Over my dead body!!!” You’ve heard this colloquial phrase plenty of times before. Let’s think about it in its literal sense- do you want to ensure that your loved ones do not argue about your funeral arrangements and burial or cremation? Last June, Michigan law was amended to allow for individuals to designate a funeral
It’s 2017 Annual Statement time!
This week’s tip is a reminder to all limited liability companies and professional limited liability companies. Your annual statements and reports must be filed with the Corporations Division of the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs by this Wednesday, February 15, 2017. Please be sure to timely submit your filings so that your business remains
You don’t have to touch the stove to know that it’s hot!
It’s that monster rearing its ugly head again: employee misclassification. We have discussed this problematic concept before and constantly caution our clients to avoid it at all costs. Studies show that an estimated 3.4 million employees are classified as independent contractors, when they should be reported as employees. In 2009, it was reported that misclassification