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27 April, 2017
Are you Missing Out on a Great Tax Break?
Do you have a successful business? Now that you have survived another April 15 (or 18) tax filing, it is time to start planning ahead to reduce your tax liability. Read on for more about a tax break next year.
If you formed your business as a limited liability company because of its simplicity, ease of administration–fewer filings, fewer forms, fewer start-up costs, fewer formal meetings and record keeping requirements than a corporation– you can still reap the benefits of electing to be taxed as a Subchapter S corporation for federal income tax purposes.
26 April 2017
Starting A New Business: What Documents Do You Need?
Entrepreneurs are often caught up in the excitement of starting a business and don’t want to get distracted or bogged down by working on the recommended paperwork for their new business. Entrepreneurs are often anxious to get to the fun and MONEY MAKING part of a new business and they think they will take the time to work out the details later. Friendships and collaborations are part of what make new businesses successful and sometimes it feels like taking the time to work out the details and plan for the future feels like planning for divorce at the marriage altar. Likewise, some entrepreneurs think that their business needs to be a certain size or making a certain amount of money before it makes sense for them to consider succession planning. However, if the appropriate paperwork is not taken care of before a new business gets off the ground, the business could fail without even having a chance to succeed.
30 March, 2017
Consulting Agreements for Small Business by Elizabeth A. Brown, Esq
When small businesses start to grow they frequently find themselves needing to hire consultants and independent contractors to help them expand their business. This can be an exciting and potentially lucrative undertaking for a business. But, before you get caught up in the excitement, make sure you have all of the bases covered. We have seen the fallout that can occur when inadequate structuring consulting contracts are executed, or worse, when there is no written agreement at all between the business and the consultant or contractor. Before bring a consultant or contractor on board, small business should make sure they have a solid consulting agreement in place to protect both the business and the consultant. Some of the key things that need to be included in a consulting contract are:
As A Boutique Law Firm . . . We Have The Time To Listen And Respond to Preserve Our Clients' Rights And Needs. We Look For Unnecessary Legal Expenses And Ways To Control Costs.
About The Firm
At the Sowerby Law Office, PLLC, you can be confident that your legal matter will be handled with a personalized approach and individualized attention. We work with our clients to help them achieve their individual goals. We offer our clients white-glove service at competitive rates. We take the time to meet with each of our clients to determine the best way to proceed with your matter. The firm focuses on providing quality legal services to individuals and small businesses including starts ups and existing business. This relationship focused practice means that we are just a phone call away.
We take pride in the Estate Planning, Business Law, and Municipal Law services that we can provide. As a boutique law firm, we have the time to listen to our clients’ needs. We can respond by acting to preserve your rights or to make sure that your position is known and understood by the opposing party or by creating a comprehensive Estate Plan that will protect you and your family. All while keeping our eye on controlling costs and unnecessary legal expenses.
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What is an Elder Law Attorney?
Attorneys who work in the field of elder law bring experience to that practice. Elder Law Attorneys have a vast knowledge of the senior population and their unique needs as well as the myths related to competence and aging. Eldercare Lawyers are aware of both the physical and mental difficulties that often accompany the aging process. Because of that extensive knowledge base, Elder Law Attorneys are able to thoroughly address the legal needs of elderly clients and their families.
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40 years of combined experience —
With an absolute focus on quality, personal attention and building client relationships, our firm takes a different approach by being there for our clients. When we have a conversation with a client we take the time to listen to your needs enabling us to build a plan that will protect your rights in a court of law whether it be you and your family, or your small business.
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