Two Issues Your Company Bylaws Need To Address

Posted on: 11 September 2017

Your corporate bylaws provide a detailed roadmap for how your company will operate, so it's important to ensure they cover all the essential issues you're likely to encounter in the course of doing business. There are so many issues to consider, however, that it's easy to overlook a few. Here are two you need to be sure to address when writing your company bylaws: Conflict of Interest It's not unusual for people in your organization to be involved in multiple aspects of the business.
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Positive Financial Moves And Divorce

Posted on: 24 August 2017

Dollars and cents may not be the only thing on your mind during the divorce process, but you should certainly give it its due. After all, the decisions you make can continue to affect you and the lives of your children for many years to come. If you take some time now and prepare for the below issues, you can give your financial situation a positive jolt, so read on to learn more.
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Understanding DUI Laws And Commercial Licenses

Posted on: 18 August 2017

If you have a commercial driver's license and drive a bus, semi truck, dump truck, or another type of commercial vehicle, then you should know that you are held to a different legal standard when it comes to things like driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol. If you want to know a little bit about laws and standards that may affect you, then keep reading. Lower Blood Alcohol Limit
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How Much Can You Receive For Social Security Disability Payments?

Posted on: 8 August 2017

The main concern for Social Security Disability applicants is the amount of the financial benefits they will receive. There is no set amount for applicants. The Social Security Administration, or SSA, will make a determination based on several factors. If you are applying for benefits, here is what you need to know about calculating the financial award: How Much Will You Receive?  The amount that you will receive for your monthly disability payment depends on your lifetime average earnings.
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