After following to the letter our article on how to start a business, you wipe the sweat from your brow and think, "what next?"
Once you're licensed and legally able to operate your business, you shouldn't actually operate until you have insurance. There are myriad
When buying a Nevada business, you as buyer become liable for any unpaid amounts due the Nevada Department of Taxation (NDT) per NRS 360.525. In fact, under that statute you are required to withhold the amount due the NDT from the
First off, congratulations! You’ve made it to the point where you can’t do it all and need help. Yay!
Now, to temper that excitement, there are a bunch of rules and regulations and insurance requirements and registrations you have to address.
First and foremost, if you are an employer in Nevada, you should belong to the Nevada Association of Employers (NAE). They offer their members a ton of resources, including webinars, sample policies, and - most valuable - a member hotline
We have recently gotten a ton of new inquiries from people looking to form nonprofits and others whose board meetings must resemble an episode of Jerry Springer. We've written before on setting up a nonprofit, but it's high time we
We often find ourselves representing the seller of a business, which is why we've published a couple of articles on the topic.
We get it - as a buyer you're already shelling out money to buy the business and don't want
First, I'm going to do my best to talk you out of it. Regardless of your geographical location, there are likely tons - TONS - of nonprofits already in existence. Nevada alone has over 8,000 nonprofits. Under the theory there's
The rules are changing so quickly it's nearly impossible to stay on top of the guidance that's coming out. Below we have assembled some resources for our employers who are trying to determine what to do with their employees, contractors,
Please forgive the unpolished nature of what follows, but I was furiously taking notes during a webinar with Joseph Amato, Director of the Nevada District of the SBA. Some things have changed since our last articles which we will go