2021 Eviction Moratorium Extension and Tenant Rent Relief Update

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

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

Holidays are usually a time for celebration, reflection, or remembrance, but for small business owners and employees, holiday pay policy can be confusing. Here’s a brief refresher on what’s legal

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Disaster Relief: 7 Tips for Making a FEMA Claim

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 August

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Hurricanes and Wildfires: How to Prepare for a Natural Disaster

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

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2021 COVID-19 Student Loan Repayment Relief

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

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Focus on Financial Planning: Last Will and Testament

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

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Do I Need To Pay Taxes On Private Sales Transactions?

The short answer is “yes.” In most cases, the IRS and your local tax agencies expect tax payments for gains received on larger transactions. While the details of private sales

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How Should Employers Respond to Workplace Injuries?

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

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

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

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How To Pay Employees for 4th of July

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

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