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- Classifying a Physician as an Employee or a Contractor
Most medical practices want to classify their hired physicians as contractors not employees. Contractors are cheaper and easier than employees. You don’t withhold taxes for contractors, nor do you pay benefits, workers compensation or unemployment insurance, nor must you comply with the wage & hour laws (including overtime) for contractors.
- Reduce Personal Liability from Your Business
Here is a quick outline to help you avoid personal liability from your business. You’ll see that most of the authors advice derives from an informed use of corporations and corporate law, which is why…
- Accountant Employment and Independent Contractor Agreements
In this article, the author first discusses when an accountant is a contractor as opposed to an employee. Second, he looks at the essential terms of an accountant employment contract and an accountant independent contractor agreement.
- Legal Compliance Checklist for an Accountancy Corporation
This article gives you a legal compliance checklist for your accountancy corporation.
- Should You Incorporate Your Accounting Practice?
What are the costs and benefits of forming an accountancy corporation?
- New York PLLC
by Murray LLP
PLLCs (Professional Service Limited Liability Companies) are a popular choice for professionals in New York wishing to conduct business.
- Merging Medical Practices
In this article, the author discusses the merger of medical practices, from a legal perspective.
- Starting Your Business in Arizona
Starting a new business? Need some advice from someone who has been there? Giving advice regarding starting a new business is a little bit like the blind man describing an elephant: it depends on where you are standing. For example, a government official will focus on permits, licenses and taxes; an accountant may emphasize accounting, payroll and tax issues; and a marketing person will develop your identity, brand and unique selling proposition.
- St. Paul, Problems of Being Human and Small Businesses Dealing with AngiesList.com
Like many people with a standard Midwest religious upbringing I struggle to do the right thing and, sometimes, to know just what that is under the circumstances. But, as St. Paul discussed in Romans 7 “being good is not that easy, even when we are so inclined” (and he was a Saint.).
- International Business Law: Starting or Buying an Arizona Business
With a few exceptions, Arizona does not impose a citizenship or even a residency requirement on non-citizens seeking to start or buy an existing business in Arizona. As its economy recovers from the housing bust, Arizona is ideally situated for foreign investment, especially from partners in Canada and Mexico. Arizona participates in the CANAMEX Corridor Coalition, promoting safe and secure trade between Canada, the U.S., and Mexico.