Government Sponsored COVID-19 Leave is Over. Should Employers Offer it Anyway? by Rudri Bhatt Patel

Government Sponsored COVID-19 Leave is Over. Should Employers Offer it Anyway?

When FFCRA expired on December 31, 2020, employers were left to decide how best to manage employee leave during the pandemic.

by Rudri Bhatt Patel
updated January 15, 2021 ·  min read

When FFCRA expired on December 31, 2020, employers were left to decide how best to manage employee leave during the pandemic.
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Rudri Bhatt Patel is a former attorney turned writer and editor. Prior to attending law school, she graduated with an MA… Read more

New Labor Department Rules Are a Boon to Gig Companies by Chris Casacchia

New Labor Department Rules Are a Boon to Gig Companies

A recent ruling by U.S. Department of Labor makes it easier for businesses to classify workers as contractors, but experts doubt it will hold up in the Biden administration.

by Chris Casacchia
updated January 14, 2021 ·  min read

A recent ruling by U.S. Department of Labor makes it easier for businesses to classify workers as contractors, but experts doubt it will hold up in the Biden administration.
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Chris Casacchia is an award-winning journalist, editor, and media consultant based in Los Angeles specializing in busine… Read more

5 Reasons to File Your 2020 Taxes Early by Stephanie Vozza

5 Reasons to File Your 2020 Taxes Early

Waiting until April 15 may not be the best move this tax season.

by Stephanie Vozza
updated January 14, 2021 ·  min read

Waiting until April 15 may not be the best move this tax season.
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Stephanie Vozza is an experienced writer who specializes in business, finance, and technology. She has been a regular co… Read more

How Small Businesses Are Turning to Video and Content Creation Amid COVID-19 by Sandra Beckwith

How Small Businesses Are Turning to Video and Content Creation Amid COVID-19

With fewer in-person interactions because of the global pandemic, small businesses are turning to video content creation to offer personalized experiences and stay connected to their customers.

by Sandra Beckwith
updated January 15, 2021 ·  min read

With fewer in-person interactions because of the global pandemic, small businesses are turning to video content creation to offer personalized experiences and stay connected to their customers.
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Sandra Beckwith has been writing for traditional and online publications since she sold her first magazine article while… Read more

How Optimistic Are Small Business Owners About 2021? by Kylie Ora Lobell

How Optimistic Are Small Business Owners About 2021?

Though the dark days are far from over, many small business owners see bright spots ahead.

by Kylie Ora Lobell
updated January 07, 2021 ·  min read

Though the dark days are far from over, many small business owners see bright spots ahead.
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Kylie Ora Lobell is a freelance copywriter, editor, marketer, and publicist. She has over 10 years of experience writing… Read more

Getting the Most Out of the Stimulus Package for Your Small Business by Chris Casacchia

Getting the Most Out of the Stimulus Package for Your Small Business

Another round of PPP funding is on the way for small businesses as they fight to get through a bitter winter.

by Chris Casacchia
updated January 07, 2021 ·  min read

Another round of PPP funding is on the way for small businesses as they fight to get through a bitter winter.
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Chris Casacchia is an award-winning journalist, editor, and media consultant based in Los Angeles specializing in busine… Read more

Small Business Owners Share Their New Year's Resolutions by Rudri Bhatt Patel

Small Business Owners Share Their New Year's Resolutions

From trimming expenses to going big on marketing, small business owners are committed to positive change in the coming year.

by Rudri Bhatt Patel
updated January 07, 2021 ·  min read

From trimming expenses to going big on marketing, small business owners are committed to positive change in the coming year.
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Rudri Bhatt Patel is a former attorney turned writer and editor. Prior to attending law school, she graduated with an MA… Read more

Estate Planning Statistics by LegalZoom Staff

Estate Planning Statistics

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated estate planning activity in the U.S. But many Americans still remain without one.

by LegalZoom Staff
updated January 05, 2021 ·  min read

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated estate planning activity in the U.S. But many Americans still remain without one.
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Legal Implications of Hiring Remote Workers by Diane Faulkner

Legal Implications of Hiring Remote Workers

If you are hiring remote workers, be sure to reexamine your company's policies and processes, from accountability for work hours to cybersecurity.

by Diane Faulkner
updated January 14, 2021 ·  min read

If you are hiring remote workers, be sure to reexamine your company's policies and processes, from accountability for work hours to cybersecurity.
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Diane Faulkner is a ghostwriter, content marketing strategist, and editor based in Jacksonville, Florida. She specialize… Read more

13 Retirement Business Ideas by LegalZoom Staff

13 Retirement Business Ideas

Retirees have experience to draw upon and wisdom to share. Starting a business in retirement lets you generate a side income with flexible hours and business control that works for you.

by LegalZoom Staff
updated December 21, 2020 · 5 min read

Retirees have experience to draw upon and wisdom to share. Starting a business in retirement lets you generate a side income with flexible hours and business control that works for you.
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