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How Do Small Businesses Benefit from Alternative Dispute Resolution?

Posted on October 21, 2019
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If you own a business, you know that time and money are extremely valuable to its success. When a conflict or dispute arises, spending your time and money on litigation can jeopardize everything you have worked hard to build. Fortunately, businesses have other options available.  When a dispute arises, businesses can turn to alternative dispute … Continue reading

What are the Differences Between an FEIN and EIN?

Posted on October 7, 2019
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When you are starting a business, you may have many questions running through your mind. In particular, business owners are often confused about filing their taxes and the differences between an FEIN and EIN.  Essentially, a FEIN and an EIN are the same. FEIN stands for “federal employer identification number” and EIN stands for “employer … Continue reading

ISP Subpoenas

Posted on September 19, 2019
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Over the years, as content has become more available digitally, there has been an increasing number of individuals who have been accused and sued for downloading movies, music, and other content that is the lawfully copyrighted work.  The content owners have run the full spectrum from well-known artists to downright fraudsters. Over the last seven … Continue reading

Understanding Basic Cybersecurity for Small Businesses

Posted on August 20, 2019
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We recently published a blog that discussed setting up an Employee Identification Number (EIN). It is important to understand that while registering for an EIN or certain types of services, your business’s data could be at risk of theft. Cyber threats should be on the mind of every business owner, whether they operate a large … Continue reading

How Do I Obtain an Employer Identification Number (EIN)?

Posted on July 23, 2019
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Businesses operating in the United States or its territories can obtain a nine-digit employer identification number (also called an EIN) through the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The IRS uses EINs to identify business taxpayers. You must have an EIN if you have employees, operate as a corporation or partnership and withhold taxes on income (other … Continue reading

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