Construction employers are fined millions of dollars each year for OSHA violations. The citations that result in fines are often overlooked by supervisors. Although employees usually receive generic information about OSHA standards in most workplaces, it's important to implement training procedures that make OSHA's rules clear.
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On a regular basis, most physicians have patients that refuse or forget to pay bills. Every business deals with this problem, but medical practices have their own unique set of problems with unpaid bills. First, you can't retrieve the service you provided.
It's an age of personal responsibility. Even if your nonprofit's board members do everything in their power to make good governing decisions, legal liability can potentially lead to their financial ruin. Here's how to protect your board.
When you adopt a child, you could bring home more than a bundle of joy. You may also be in line for a valuable tax credit.
The business entity you choose can affect your taxes, your personal liability and other issues. A limited liability company (LLC) is somewhat of a hybrid entity in that it can be structured to resemble a corporation for owner liability purposes and a partnership for federal tax purposes. This duality may provide you with the best of both worlds.
Not-for-profit organizations that file IRS Form 990 must indicate the number of independent voting members or directors of the governing body. (This is entered on Parts 1 and VI.) The IRS is not the only group interested in these facts.