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Starting a Business
Startups typically form C corps, along with other companies that need to raise capital, plan to go public, or eventually get sold. Learn more about the pros and cons of this unique business structure.
A multi-member LLC is a limited liability company with two or more members. Married couples, family businesses, and businesses with multiple owners often form this unique type of LLC.
Why would you form an LLC partnership over, say, a limited partnership? Let’s dive into how these four business structures work and the pros and cons of each.
When you form a single-member LLC, you default to being a disregarded entity. Here's what that means.
Find out what good standing means, whether you need it, and how to get a certificate from your state.
Hiring and Growth
Coinsurance is a form of cost sharing between health care insurance companies and insured individuals for their covered care. It...
An out-of-pocket maximum (or out-of-pocket limit) is the most you have to pay for covered in-network (and, depending on the...
Cost sharing is the portion of health care services that an individual pays out of their own pocket. Health insurance...
A health insurance exchange, more commonly known as a marketplace, is an online one-stop shop for health insurance coverage for...
If you’re bringing on a new hire, you’ll need to classify them as either an employee or an independent contractor....
Finances and Taxes
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) is an incentive available for companies that hire employees from disadvantaged and underrepresented groups....
While you understand when and how to file a 1099-NECs and a 1099-MISCs for your contractors, it's critical you understand what the 1099-K is and how it could impact your business. Learn more about the 1099-K.
Employer contributions help spread out the cost of health insurance between employees and employers so it’s easier for both sides to handle. Learn more about how employer health insurance works and what percentage employers have to pay.
A high deductible health plan (HDHP) is a health insurance plan that offers lower premiums but higher deductibles than more traditional plans. It’s also the type of plan you need to have if you want to be able to contribute money to an HSA.
It’s that time of year again: open enrollment! The Open Enrollment Period (OEP) is generally the only time of year...
If you're an employer that offers health benefits, here's what you need to know about open enrollment.