California Tax Law: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly For Small Business OwnersBeing knowledgeable of California tax laws can save your small business money in unexpected places.
How To Brace Your Business For New Overtime Rules Before Dec. 1Manta CEO John Swanciger advises how to come up with overtime compliance strategies -- even if you're down to the wire.
3 Years Later: How Obamacare Is Affecting California BusinessesKnow the pros and cons of the Affordable Care Act, and how it impacts your small business and employees.
How To Effectively & Legally Implement Secret Shoppers To Improve Company Customer ServiceBefore you call in a secret shopper for your small business, know what you can and can't do in a legal context.
Company Defense: What To Know When You Have Issues With An EmployeeInclude certain clauses in your employment contracts to protect your company from a vindictive employee.
4 Laws In California That Are Helping Small Business OwnersBeing in a business friendly city can be the difference between a small business success or failure.
Prepare For The Unexpected: 4 Disaster Scenarios To Include In Your Business Continuity PlanLaserfiche VP of Corporate Strategy and CIO Thomas Phelps shares how to protect your business against over 60 disasters declared by the SBA.
How The Fix Crowdfunding Act Continues To Help Improve The Success Rates Of Small BusinessesAs crowdfunding has becomes a viable option for many small business owners, laws are changing for their benefit.
Feeling The Regulatory Burden: How To Take The Confusion Out Of ComplianceManta CEO John Swancinger recommends how to keep up in the rapidly evolving landscape of small business regulations.
4 Insurance Mistakes To Avoid When Leasing A Co-Working SpaceArbella Insurance Group Assistant VP Bill Hughes on keeping co-working space open but your assets covered.
[Video] 4 Tips To Help Stay In The Law When It Comes To Your Company EmployeesFollowing all labor laws are extremely beneficial to creating an excellent working environment for both business owners and employees.
Limiting Exposure: When To Make Your Business An LLCBe a smart small business owner in reducing your exposure by working under the status of a limited liability company, LLC.

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