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Independent Contractor or Employee: It’s Very Easy to Cross the Line

Independent contractor or employee - its easy to cross the line by Davis Law Group PC

Many businesses prefer to hire independent contractors because there’s often less overhead and fewer expenses such as covering taxes or benefits.

However, classify a true employee as an independent contractor and you’re in...
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8 Things to Include in a Successful Business Plan

Starting a new business can seem overwhelming – especially when you’re doing it alone.

Creating a business plan will allow you to refine incomplete ideas, address areas you may have not yet considered, create a map so you know what to do next, and increase credibility for bank loans or investor funding. While you may think you’ve...
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5 Things You Need to Know Before Selling Your Own Home

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Selling your home without an agent has its appeal - primarily, not giving up between 3-6% of your home’s selling cost to agent fees.

However, before you throw a “for sale” sign in the yard, there are a few...
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Am I Required to Close by the Settlement Date in a Real Estate Contract?

Maybe – it depends upon the precise language of the contract. Most standard real estate contracts contain the following provision: “Settlement to be on or before ______________ (‘Settlement Date’).” So the question becomes whether this requires settlement on or before the settlement date. Or, stated differently: “Am I in breach of the contract if I do not close by the settlement date?”

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