There is no doubt you are distracted by this coronavirus outbreak. Constant news alerts, supply shortages, government-mandated closures and cancellations make it all but impossible to also run your business. However, remember that your lawyers are available to assist you. For example, if you have questions about obligations to your employees, insurance coverage questions, contract … Continue reading 5 Legal Tips for Business Owners Weathering the Coronavirus Disruption
In a previous article on protecting your assets (Part 1), I wrote about the importance of maintaining corporate formalities. Businesses that commingle assets, forgo record keeping, official minutes, and fail to keep their registration with the State of Michigan up to date risk losing their corporate protections. In most cases, the corporate form limits your … Continue reading 3 Common Mistakes that Compromise a Business’s Corporate Protection and Expose Your Personal Assets.
Do you want FREE MONEY to invest in your business? While this may sound like a late-night infomercial pitch, the reality is that both local and State governments want to stimulate investment in the community and will provide financial incentives for you to do so. I have previously written about brownfield incentives and how a … Continue reading Act 198 Tax Abatements: How to Get the Government to Pay for Your Industrial Property Improvements.