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.
Reliable, jargon-free answers and guides on payroll, benefits and HR topics.
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.
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.
An employee’s total compensation is everything they earn while working at your business. Learn what goes into a competitive comp package with this overview.
Brush up on the differences between part-time and full-time employees, along with your requirements as an employer.
If your business is located in a "ban-the-box" state, then probably not. Use this map to find your state's ban-the-box status.
Assets, liabilities, and equity tell you what your business has, what you owe, and what you’ve invested. Here's how to use each concept.
Ever wonder what the CASDI deduction is all about? Use this breakdown to find out.
As an employer, there's a lot you have to know about the W-2 form. This crash course will help you understand exactly what to do.
If your employees have children or are going back to school, you can help them save by offering a 529 plan. This state-by-state guide to 529 plans will help you get the lay of the land.
How does Massachusetts's new PFML program work? Get the details here.
Generally, it depends on your PTO policy.