Posts in Business Compliance
Should You Insure Your Business?

Purchasing business insurance is like paying for licenses and permits for your business. It is something you know you need. It is also a cost of doing business, but it is an expense you would rather do without. Without insurance coverage, a natural disaster, personal injury lawsuit, theft, workplace injury, or other catastrophe could cause  devastating losses for the company. Many companies, especially small businesses, do not have the liquid assets to cover such losses. Insurance is the safety net that can help a business survive certain events and legal issues.

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Avoid These Expensive Mistakes on Your Payroll Taxes

Issuing a paycheck is not as simple as writing, signing, and handing a check to an employee. The federal and state government expect employers to withhold certain taxes from an employee’s check and submit those taxes, along with employer’s payroll taxes, to the correct taxing authority by certain deadlines. Failing to report payroll properly and pay tax authorities could cause costly fines and penalties for employers.

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Is Your Business Attractive to Hackers? Learn the Facts to Protect Your Company

According to the 2019 Data Breach Investigations Report by Verizon, no business is too small or too large to be a victim of hackers and data breaches. Information of all types has a value. Your business need not have access to millions of dollars to be an attractive target for hackers. That you store personal information gathered from your customers can make you attractive to a hacker who wants to sell that data to identity thieves. Therefore, all business should assume they are attractive to a hacker. 

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[VIDEO] Start-Ups 101 - 5 Reasons Every Start-Up Should Use a Fractional General Counsel

The Fractional General Counsel Model utilizes an up-front fee structure customized to meet the needs of your particular business. This model is particularly beneficial for start-ups, who may not have the budget to hire a full-time counsel, but want to ensure their investment is protected. Check out our latest video on why more start-ups are using fractional general counsel.

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Understanding Small Business Health Care Deductions

Health insurance premiums can be very expensive for a small business. To offset some of that expense for small businesses, The Affordable Care Act provides a small business health care tax credit. The tax credit can reduce the cost of employee health coverage for a small business. If you need assistance with this small business tax deduction or other tax deductions to reduce your tax liability, you can get more information from a Maryland business attorney.

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Five Things Your Company Should Be Doing Under the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act

The Maryland Healthy Working Families Act became effective as of February 11, 2018. Many employers continue to have questions regarding the Act’s requirement for employers to provide employees with ESS time (earned sick and safe leave) to care for themselves or their family members, in accordance withthe requirements of the Act. Consulting with a Maryland business attorney can help ensure you are complying with all provisions of the Act.

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