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Women continue to struggle for equality on many levels. Financially, we face an uphill battle to land the best jobs and earn an equal wage. Women also face a dramatic disadvantage when it comes to investing for our long-term financial future.

Only 30% of all businesses put on the market for sale are actually sold, according to the National Federation of Independent Business.

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There can be negative tax consequences when purported loan payments are recast as corporate distributions to shareholders. In some cases, the courts have ruled that withdrawals from two closely held corporations were constructive corporate distributions rather than loan proceeds and repayments.

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In the global, new media economy, patent due diligence has taken on increased importance in M&A negotiations. Emerging advancements have resulted in patented technology becoming the driving force behind many transactions.

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Firing someone in a big corporation is hard enough. In a smaller company, it can be a very personal issue. And if you do a bad job handling the firing of an executive in a close-knit company, the results can be disastrous.

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When it comes to building wealth on a tax-deferred basis, the benefits of a 401(k) plan are too good to pass up.

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Running a business these days is increasingly complex. With employment-related claims and lawsuits on the rise, management must have a basic understanding of numerous federal, state and local laws. Here are three cases that illustrate some employer liability trends.

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The reporting requirements for claiming charitable contributions of cash on your tax return can be strict. If you don’t follow them, your deductions may be disallowed by the IRS.

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Medical malpractice insurance isn’t just a requirement — it’s also a major practice expense. Selecting the terms of coverage is a complex, critical task, as is evaluating insurance carriers.

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Many workplace crimes are “inside jobs.” They can involve employees stealing cash, inventory, equipment or intellectual property. Or they could include more sophisticated schemes such as bribery, kickbacks or payroll fraud.