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Blog Posts in June, 2012

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  • U.S. Supreme Court Health Care Decision
    U.S. Supreme Court Health Care Decision

    For those interested in the recent decision by the United States Supreme Court regarding the health care law, we have attached a link to the decision below. National Federation of Independent Business ...

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  • Investment Adviser Fees
    Investment Adviser Fees

    Below is a link to an interesting article about whether investment management fees are deductible. We are seeing a number of clients come to our office that have entered into management agreements for ...

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  • A Rose by Any Other Name...or Calling an Employee a
    A Rose by Any Other Name...or Calling an Employee a "Contractor" Does Not Make it So.

    Payroll Taxes are just a cost of doing business…unless you declare that all of your “employees” are no longer employees, but rather independent contractors, reported on Form 1099. Sounds like a great ...

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  • Valuing a Privately Owned Business
    Valuing a Privately Owned Business

    When buying or selling a private business there is no public exchange, like the New York Stock Exchange, to help determine what the equity of the business is worth. What the buyer is really purchasing ...

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  • Why you need an attorney familiar with M&A when buying or selling a business
    Why you need an attorney familiar with M&A when buying or selling a business

    For most people who are buying or selling a business, the transaction is something that happens once in a lifetime. For these people, the legal aspects of the transaction may seem like a simple matter ...

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  • 401(k) Fees have a Major Impact Upon Accounts
    401(k) Fees have a Major Impact Upon Accounts

    The LA Times published a recent article about the high costs paid by investors in their 401(k) retirement funds. According to the article the average investor could pay nearly 30% of the accounts ...

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