Rust Belt Law Blog

Interpreting the IRS Employee Retention Credit Eligibility Checklist

October 2nd, 2023
For business owners facing the complexities of the Employee Retention Credit (ERC), a recent IRS Q&A publication provides ...

IRS Announces Moratorium on New Employee Retention Credit Claims Amid Growing Concerns

October 2nd, 2023
This decision aims to protect honest small business owners from scams and safeguard the integrity of the ERC program.

Business Lawyers: Your Secret Weapon for Success

September 29th, 2023
Starting a new business is an exciting time, but it's also important to be aware of the legal implications.

Three Essential Accountants All Small Businesses Need

September 27th, 2023
Small businesses are the backbone of the economy, but they can also be complex and time-consuming to run.

Hybrid Work in Manufacturing: 4 Key Considerations

September 25th, 2023
Events over the past few years have drastically changed how people work, with many manufacturing organizations embracing h...

The Essential Guide to Business Law for Start-Ups

September 22nd, 2023
Starting a new business is an exciting and rewarding experience.

Sole Proprietorships in Pennsylvania - What to Consider

September 20th, 2023
Whether or not a sole proprietorship is the correct business structure for you depends on your individual circumstances.

How to Plan the Sale of Your Accounting Firm

September 18th, 2023
As a business owner, you've probably considered selling your accounting firm at some point. Maybe you're ready to retire, ...

When is a Rental Property Considered Abandoned in Pennsylvania

September 15th, 2023
As a landlord in Pennsylvania, it is critical to know when a rental property is considered abandoned.

How Attorney-Client Privilege Can Protect Your Small Business

September 13th, 2023
Attorney-client privilege is a legal concept that protects confidential communications between a lawyer and their client.

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