Mar. 4, 2020
Join this free and fast-paced webinar to ensure your business is complying with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the federal wage and hour law. The webinar will cover the rules for classifying employees as exempt or non-exempt and address other common wage and hour pitfalls. Participants will learn how to avoid mistakes in paycheck deductions, how to avoid problems with meal and rest break laws, and will provide a refresher on the newly revised federal overtime rule. Expert attorney Alden Parker, from the nationally recognized firm Fisher Phillips, will present and respond to participant questions.
Following proper wage and hour rules and best practices will keep your employees happy and your business in compliance with the FLSA. This will decrease your risk of ruinous labor audits, penalty fees, and employee lawsuits.
Feb. 5, 2020
Join the NFIB Small Business Legal Center on February 5, 2020, for a lively webinar that will provide the Do's and Don'ts of Firing and help you avoid the most common mistakes that employers make when terminating employees. Beth Milito, Senior Executive Counsel with NFIB, will talk about ways to protect your business from discrimination claims and other legal pitfalls that arise when terminating employees.
Dec. 4, 2019
In this webinar, Tammy D. McCutchen, Esq., a leading authority on federal and state wage and hour laws and former Wage and Hour Administrator at the Department of Labor -- will explain the new requirements and what employers need to do to ensure compliance on January 1, 2020.
Oct 31, 2018
This webinar will discuss what the results uncovered and actionable upgrades SMBs can implement to grow their business digitally including a “how to” on digital payments, marketing and advertising tactics, new service consideration and customer loyalty programs.
Aug. 29, 2018
With this webinar, we will give you the tips to get you ahead and build a solid foundation for a successful local marketing campaign.
Aug 23, 2017
51% of shoppers in the US prefer to buy online. Small businesses that are not participating stand to lose out on sales.
Don’t feel unsecure: Data security is vital for your organization’s success. Security is a top concern for most businesses and organizations. Discover how enabling a modern workforce, while adopting a comprehensive security approach will increase productivity and reduce costs in the workplace.
Nov. 28, 2018
2018 may have seemed like a sleepy year for compliance but there is much to review and track as we move into 2019. Join us as we look back on 2018’s regulatory highlights as well as a look into what 2019 may hold for employee benefits.
Oct 17, 2018
The House of Representatives and Senate neither repealed/replaced nor stabilized the Affordable Care Act during the 115th Congress. Despite the deadlock, Congress did enact noteworthy legislation such as repealing the individual mandate penalties and suspending certain healthcare taxes. The Administration pushed an Executive Order intended to promoted healthcare choice and competition across the United States. This webinar will provide an update on legislative and regulatory activities related to healthcare.
Mar. 2, 2016
Which taxes were delayed and what will the impact be for small businesses?
What are the employer mandate mechanics and compliance responsibilities for small, midsize, and large businesses?
What are some of the recently prohibited practices for employee benefits and how can changes be made to come into compliance?
What other deadlines exist this year?
What is the forecast for further changes and relief in 2016?
Nov. 6, 2019
Aeron Van Scoyk and Luke Wake will also offer practical suggestions, covering common deductions, tips for minimizing your risk for an audit and an easy-to-understand overview of the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT).
Mar 13, 2019
For years, small businesses have counted tax issues among five of their top ten problems and priorities. The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act presented the biggest tax overhaul in more than three decades, and it dramatically changed the landscape for many small businesses.
The centerpiece of those changes is the new Small Business Deduction (Section 199A). This important deduction allows businesses organized as pass-throughs to deduct 20 percent of their business income from an S-Corporation, LLC, sole proprietorship, or partnership. Under the law, a pass-through business owner – regardless of the type of business they own – can now claim a full 20 percent deduction on their share of the business’s income up to $315,000 for those filing jointly.
Feb. 28, 2018
The webinar will cover changes in rates, accounting, deductions, and credits. It will highlight implementation issues and provide action items for small business owners as they prepare for the tax changes, many of which begin in 2018.
Mar 27, 2019
Economic update: An outlook through 2020 focusing on key macroeconomic variables influencing the consumer specifically and the payments industry more broadly. Income growth, the labor market, consumer spending, the housing market, the outlook for interest rates and risks to our outlook will also be covered.
Jan 31, 2018
Taking credit and debit cards for payment is an expected part of business but how much do you really know about your rates, fees, products and solutions. Join NFIB’s Member Benefit for payment processing, TSYS, to learn the basics and ask questions about fees, rates, interchange, EMV and more.
Apr. 19, 2017
Join us for webinar as Sam Taussig, Head of Policy and Community Banking for online lender Kabbage, explains the online lending options available, best practices to find safe online lenders and tools to understand the total cost of borrowing funds when comparing valid lending options.
Jan. 8, 2020
With the New Year comes new laws. So to ensure that you know and understand new rules that may affect your business, NFIB Small Business Legal Center attorneys, Beth Milito and Luke Wake, will provide a national employment law update on January 8, 2020.This webinar will address significant regulatory changes at the federal, state and local level.
Sep. 25, 2019
This educational session will feature the pros and cons of each of the different types of entities to help you understand which is best for your particular business as well as help you understand the best states to have your business incorporated in. Come learn about all the ways you can protect your business and stay compliant as a business owner.
Sep. 4, 2019
We know you want nothing more than to stay out of court. That’s why NFIB Small Business Legal Center attorneys Beth Milito and Luke Wake have put together an interactive presentation on Ten Ways to Stay Out of Court. Learn 10 steps to reduce the likelihood that your business will be sued and increase the odds that your business will win if it is sued.
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