As someone who makes important hiring decisions at your Indiana place of business, you may find it advantageous to create a carefully worded employment contract to protect you and your business’s interests anytime you hire someone for a senior position. While employment contracts can serve any number of different purposes, the main goal in crafting yours should be to protect your business in the event that the relationship between you and this new hire ultimately turns sour. At Dale & Eke, we understand that strong employment contracts can help you secure and retain prime talent, and we have helped many people with similar interests design and implement solutions that meet their needs.
The type of business structure defines many things about a company in Indiana. The IRS lists five main business forms: sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, S corporation and limited liability company.
Last Saturday was a big day for small businesses here in Indiana and throughout the United States. It was Small Business Saturday. And according to estimates, consumers came out strong for this retail holiday this year.