Archive of: Business Advice

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Protecting shareholders from N.H.’s I&D tax November 15 2013

Protecting shareholders from N.H.’s I&D tax

If your corporation converts from a business corporation to an LLC and is properly structured, they won’t have to pay it

Before getting involved, adopt a volunteer’s mentality November 15 2013

Before getting involved, adopt a volunteer’s mentality

In many cases, a board of directors’ seat must be earned and requires the initial step of proving your dedication to the cause

Off-year elections: predictors of the future? November 15 2013

Off-year elections: predictors of the future?

New York, New Jersey and Virginia results offer road maps for 2016

November 1 2013

Uncertainty around real estate transfer tax haunts property transfers

Court rulings add confusion to transfers between related parties

Non-solicitation agreements really do have teeth November 1 2013

Non-solicitation agreements really do have teeth

Employers should seek appropriate relief from the courts to enforce the agreements

November 1 2013

The many challenges to powering your N.H. business

There is much that companies and institutions can do meet their individual energy needs

Getting the government to work for your business November 1 2013

Getting the government to work for your business

There are recently passed laws out there, at either the state or federal level, that will have some impact on your business

Will Obamacare help us compete internationally? November 1 2013

Will Obamacare help us compete internationally?

There seems to be relatively little discussion about what all of this will do to our global competitiveness

When did job seekers and employers become mortal enemies? October 18 2013

When did job seekers and employers become mortal enemies?

How does all the over-detailed, invasive micromanaging of a potential candidate’s lifestyle show abilities?

October 18 2013

New framework suggests new standards for small business financial reporting

But it doesn’t address all issues associated with what has become known as ‘little GAAP’