Business Planning Insight
Pennsylvania’s Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act: What Pennsylvania’s New Contractor Registration Law Means for Your Business
While the implantation of HICPA requires additional work on the part of home improvement contractors, the good news is that the experienced construction law attorneys at Goldberg Katzman, P.C. are ready to help your business take the necessary steps to fully comply with the new law.
Poor Planning by the Taxpayer Yields Victory for the Tax Collector in Forming Family Limited Partnerships and Family Limited Liability Companies
Two recent cases: one by the United States Tax Court and the other by the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court, demonstrate that deathbed estate planning and lacking nontax purposes in transferring assets to family limited partnerships or limited liability companies are perilous.
Thinking about operating a small business out of your home? Well, there are basically two types of businesses that operate from the home. One is taking home paperwork from the job, and the other is operating an altogether separate business.
Inevitably, companies will be faced with the decision of whether they should terminate an independent contractor. In the course of termination, questions might arise about liability