Form W-4 – Information for Employers Wanting to Hire an Employee

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Picture courtesy of Anderson Landscape in Greeen Bay, click HERE to see more of their fantastic work What is a W-4 form? A W-4 is an IRS form that let's employers know how much they should deduct from the employee's pay for things that include federal and Read More

10 Reasons Why You’re Losing Sales That You Might Have Made

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In a world of online shopping and the greatest price transparency ever, it may seem logical that price is what drives a buyer's decision making, but some things never change, and one of them is price isn't the most important factor in a buyer's mind. Many salespeople seem Read More

Business Website Review For Free In Wisconsin

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At the end of this post I give instructions on receiving a free review of your Wisconsin small business website that includes actions you can do yourself. Does your website make you money or cost you money? Many business owners, especially those starting out view their Read More

Duty To Mitigate – What Do I Need To Do After An Accident?

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If you suffer a loss that's not your fault or is mostly someone else's fault, you have rights and obligations, and understanding what your obligations are and reasonably performing your obligations can be a significant help towards protecting your rights. In other words, even Read More

Workers’ Compensation Ghost Policy In Minnesota

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For many contractors, buying a Minnesota workers' compensation insurance ghost policy means buying one through the Minnesota Workers' Compensation Assigned Risk Plan, commonly called "the pool".  763-710-8808 For a workers' compensation ghost policy, Read More

Workers’ Comp Requirements – Untangling the Confusion

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Workers' Comp Requirements In Wisconsin in basic form with a focus on contractors and sub-contractors. Untangling the confusion between having a workers' comp insurance requirement and adding payroll to your commercial business general liability insurance Read More

Power Washer Business Insurance

Power Washing Business Insurance  If you're operating a power washing business, or thinking of starting one, you should give considerable thought to having an insurance policy that protects you and your clients in case an accident occurs. Power washing can consist of Read More

Starting a Corporation or Limited Liability Company In Wisconson

Starting a Corporation or Limited Liability Company In Wisconsin and receiving a federal employer identification number isn't very difficult if you know where to find the forms and state information.  I provide so many people with links to the various Read More

Patriot Payroll and Accounting Software Certified Advisor Certificate

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Robert Weinstein earned the Patriot Software Certified Advisor Certificate of Achievenment. In order to earn the certified advisor designation, a 50 question test on Patriot Software and some accounting standards was asked and answered. Test was passed on the first Read More

2017 District Race Pinewood Derby Car For Michael

Michael Weinstein's 2017 District Pinewood Derby Car

He took seventh out of about 80 cars. Not bad for his first "real" race and being only seven years old. He just doesn't have it in him to work the axles yet as much as they need to be sanded. Not bad for a first grader with his first car (he wasn't able to Read More

Highwoods Declares Quarterly Dividends

RALEIGH, N.C., April 20, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Highwoods Properties, Inc. (NYSE:HIW) announces its Board of Directors today declared a cash dividend of $0.44 per share of common stock for the quarter ended March 31, 2017, which equates to an annual dividend of $1.76 per share.  Read More