No matter the size of your business, corporate compliance matters. Without it, you could be put out of business. Corporate compliance is making sure your company complies with all laws, […]
Everyone can appreciate a break every once and awhile but does an employer have to provide one legally? Rocket Lawyer is discussing five things you should know about employment laws regarding breaks.
You may be required to pay taxes on private sales transactions. Some sales profits are considered capital gains by the IRS and some purchases require you to pay local sales taxes. Find out more about what your tax obligations might be at Rocket Lawyer.
It’s never a bad idea to check your date privacy settings. Rocket Lawyer is talking about a few things you can to do to protect your personal information.
It is important to know your rights under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act so you can protect yourself from unfair debt collection practices. We put together a guide to help understand what can and cannot be done when collecting on a debt.
We got the chance to chat with On Call attorney Stuart Bronstein and he answered some of the top questions regarding the new tax law.
What happens if you don’t file your taxes on time? Back taxes can be problematic, but Rocket Lawyer has tips on how to file your taxes legally.
Finding the right accountant or CPA to help with business finances can be stressful. We have put together eight questions you may consider asking an accountant or CPA to make sure they are going to be the best fit for you and your company.
If you suffered from property damage from a fire or a flood you may qualify for tax relief. We have created an overview of who qualifies and what relief is available.
Springtime is the perfect time to get your legal documents, reviewed, updated and organized. A lot can change in a year so it’s always a good idea to make sure you are prepared.
Have you thought about starting a business or recently incorporated and looking into funding? We put together a guide for 5 different bank loans.
Do you have questions about the property tax deduction and the new tax plan? We have gathered the latest information on whether you can deduct your 2018 property taxes.