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Should Your Small Business Work with a Professional Employer Organization?

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PEOs essentially partner with small businesses like yours to “co-employ” workers.
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6 Business Policies You Should Put in Writing (and Why)

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You can protect your business by putting certain policies in writing. Here are six policies that every small-business owner should have in written form.
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The True Cost of Paying an Employee

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The true cost of paying each of your employees is significantly higher than their hourly rate.
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The Tax Implications of Hiring Your Children

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If your kids want to earn some extra cash this summer, and you need extra help for your business, you might want to hire them.
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Don’t Make These Small Business Wage Garnishment Mistakes

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One of the less savory aspects of running a small business is interacting with creditors, especially if you or someone you employ defaults on a debt.
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5 Payroll Mistakes You Might Be Making (and Should Fix)

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Payroll is about more than getting the numbers right. Implement good payroll practices now and you can save yourself from back taxes, IRS penalties, and even lawsuits
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6 Reasons to Consult an Attorney for Your Small Business

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Here are six scenarios when you should use the services of a business attorney.
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In the Trenches: Letting Someone Go

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I haven't had to do this often in my life, but last week I found myself letting someone go from Cranky Concierge.
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