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For the first time, self-employed individuals will be able to deduct the cost of their health insurance premiums when computing the amount owed in self-employment tax.
In the past, small business owners were not allowed to deduct the cost of health insurance when calculating self-employment tax. Under the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010, and subject to specific statutory restrictions (i.e. [...]
Existing law governing limited liability companies (LLCs), the Beverly-Killea Limited Liability Company Act, prohibits domestic and foreign LLCs from rendering professional services in California. See California Corporations Code §17375. "Professional services" is defined as "any type of professional services which may be lawfully rendered only pursuant to a license, certification, or registration authorized by the Business and Professions Code, the Chiropractic Act, or the Osteopathic Act." See California [...]
Small Loan Advantage and Community Advantage 7(a) Loan Initiatives
On February 15, 2011, the SBA is rolling out two new loan initiatives aimed at increasing the number lower-dollar loans to small business in underserved communities: (1) Small Loan Advantage and (2) Community Advantage 7(a) Loan will both offer a streamlined [...]
California Keep Your Home Program -- $2-billion to help distressed homeowners
The State of California’s Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA) has started a new, federally funded, program called "Keep Your Home California". There are four parts [...]
Tags: California Keep Your Home Program, Keep Your Home, save your home
Posted In: Real Estate Reporter
Payroll Tax Changes For 2011
Beginning January 1, 2011, all California employers will be required to report the Unemployment Insurance, Employment Training Tax, State Disability Insurance contributions, and Personal Income Tax withholdings quarterly on Form DE-9 (Quarterly Contribution Return and Report of Wages ) instead of annually on the Annual [...]
Tags: 2011 employment law, 2011 payroll tax, ca heat illness law, ca meal breaks
Posted In: Employment Law News
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