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Tax Day

Monday, April 15th is Tax Day in the United States.  It seems as though every year Tax Day sneaks up on us, but if you’re one of 7 million Americans that forgets to file, the IRS has a solution for you.  File an extension! But beware, it’s important to remember if you think you owe taxes, you Read More

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Partner Keith Leonard to present at NBI seminar

Partner Keith Leonard is scheduled to give two presentations at the National Business Institute’s (NBI) course, “Human Resource Law Boot Camp.” Mr. Leonard’s presentations will cover the use of handbooks to protect against legal liability, and the legal ins and outs of hiring and firing. The seminar is geared toward (and will provide credits for) Read More

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The Importance of Hiring Legal Counsel for a New Business

It is more tempting than ever to handle the legal set up of a new business yourself. Online forms. Web-based business entity registration. You have enough startup costs, so why not save money on legal fees now when your business is small. You can always hire a lawyer later to fine tune the details—right? Wrong. Read More

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Supreme Court Rules on Internet Sales Tax

Online sales are set for change after the United States Supreme Court ruled that states can require internet business to collect sales tax. The June 21, 2018 decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. overruled prior cases which required a business to have a physical presence in a state before that state could impose sales Read More

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Social Media and the Workplace

It is becoming increasingly rare to find someone who is not involved with or affected by social media on a daily basis. Often, people will post without thinking about the consequences. This could result in a loss of employment  if someone posts negatively about their employer. Businesses themselves can run into legal problems if an Read More

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New Jersey Enacts Mandatory Paid Sick Leave

New Jersey businesses have six months to implement paid sick leave into employment policies. Governor Phil Murphy signed the bill into law last week. The law requires employers in the state to provide one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours worked, for up to 40 hours of paid sick leave per year. Read More

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Changes to Business Entities Code

On April 1, 2017, all Pennsylvania limited partnerships and limited liability companies must follow new procedural requirements when winding down the company.  The changes to the Business Entities Code were signed into law in November 2016.  The most important amendment is to the dissolution procedure for both LLCs and LPs. Companies are required to file Read More

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Employer Obiligations Under OSHA

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is the main federal agency charged with making sure employers provide their workers with a safe workplace. In keeping with that obligation, OSHA requires employers to post a particular form on-site which summarizes job-related injuries and illnesses at the company which were logged during the preceding year. Employers are required Read More

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Tax Amnesty Program

If you failed to pay real estate taxes, corporate taxes, or inheritance and estate taxes prior to December 31, 2015, the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue (“PA DOR”) is giving you the chance to do so under its Tax Amnesty Program. The Amnesty programs runs between April 21, 2017 and June 19, 2017. During that time, Read More

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