State and Federal Eviction Moratorium Updates for Landlords

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If you’re a landlord, then you’re well aware that many state governors enacted eviction moratoriums to protect vulnerable tenants during stay-at-home orders in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, certain […]

2021 Eviction Moratorium Extension and Tenant Rent Relief Update

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Millions of Americans continue to struggle financially as businesses big and small fight to stay afloat amid repeated pandemic shutdowns and re-openings. Renters, in particular, worry about the possibility of […]

Federal Holidays & Overtime Pay: How to Calculate Time and a Half

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Are you an employer wondering how holiday pay works? Rocket Lawyer explains the legalities of working on a holiday and the meaning of time and a half.

Disaster Relief: 7 Tips for Making a FEMA Claim

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Update: President Biden has approved disaster declarations for both Louisiana and Mississippi in response to the damage caused by Hurricane Ida. President Biden also signed a major disaster declaration on […]

Hurricanes and Wildfires: How to Prepare for a Natural Disaster

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Wildfires, floods, hurricanes, and tornadoes can cause massive amounts of damage and loss of life. While the disasters themselves can’t be eliminated, there are things you can do to prepare […]

2021 COVID-19 Student Loan Repayment Relief

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Average individual student loan balances in the United States increased to over $38,000 in 2020 according to Experian, the credit reporting company. This is a tremendous amount of debt that […]

Focus on Financial Planning: Last Will and Testament

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No one wants to think about dying, especially when young and healthy, but tomorrow is never guaranteed. Leaving this world unprepared can result in confusion and expense for your surviving […]

How Should Employers Respond to Workplace Injuries?

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Serious workplace injuries happen every day across America. No employer wants to see employees injured while doing their jobs. Unfortunately, accidents happen no matter how much you try to avoid […]

Keep Renters From Burning Down Your Property on the 4th of July

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Independence Day celebrations are almost here, and with them comes the risk of accidents and fires. While most people take precautions, landlords have an additional worry when it comes to […]

How To Pay Employees for 4th of July

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While we all may agree that the Fourth of July is a joyous time of year, for small business employers, it can also be confusing. After all, the Fourth of […]

Should I Sign a Prenuptial Agreement?

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Many people believe a Prenuptial Agreement, or prenup, is a bad idea because it implies they are planning on a divorce at the same time they’re planning a wedding. But […]

What Employers Can Do To Prepare for Emergencies at Work

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Is your business prepared for workplace emergencies? As vaccination rates increase and your business reopens with customers and employees returning to shops, offices, and worksites, it may be time to […]