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Spring Cleaning Your Personal Tax Files

The general rule for retaining federal tax records is three years. However, there are many exceptions to this rule so it helps to keep records longer.

How Tax Reform Affects Divorce Settlements for Small Business Owners

Changes in the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) may require divorcing individuals to take a different approach to splitting assets and setting maintenance payments than under prior law.

Due Diligence Considerations When Selling a Business

When selling your business, all parties involved in the sale will require certain due diligence procedures, which take time and patience to get through.

Protect Receivables from the Outset

When trying to collect money from people who owe your company, you've undoubtedly asked yourself what can you do to help in your collection efforts.

Is It Time for Your Start-Up to Consider a Pivot Strategy?

Many existing businesses pivoted from their regular operations into a different enterprise during the COVID-19 pandemic - with many emerging in better shape.

Using a Noncompete Agreement When Buying a Business

Noncompete agreements are commonly included in business purchase transactions to prevent the seller from competing against the buyer for the term of the noncompete agreement.

Beware! Read and Review Before You Sign a Contract

Sometimes in an effort to move the business forward, you are pressed to make swift, hard decisions, which may result in entering into an agreement (or “contract”) without complete information.

Self-Insured Plans: Nondiscrimination Rules and COVID-19 Expenses

A Q&A on nondiscrimination rules and COVID-19 Expenses for self-insured health benefit plans.

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