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Hiring an Associate: Employee or Independent Contractor?

When considering whether to hire an associate as an employee or as an independent contractor, there are many variables to consider. For example, will the associate: Be full-time or part-time? Bring in his or her own patients? Be responsible for his or her own billing? Hire his or her own assistant? It is the facts…

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The Importance of Buy-Sell Provisions

Recently, a three-judge panel of the 10th District Court of Appeals highlighted the importance of ensuring that your business has an appropriate buy-sell provision. A buy-sell provision is a provision in an operating agreement that provides for how an owner’s share in the business is to be disposed of in the event of his or…

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Charging Orders and a Settling of Ohio LLC Law

On May 4, 2012, Ohio enacted several new provisions relative to its limited liability company law (including R.C. 1705.18). One of the main reasons for creating a limited liability company (“LLC”) is to separate and distinguish the assets and liabilities of the business and the assets and liabilities of the individual owners (called “members”) of…

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Can’t Contribute to a Roth IRA? Actually, here’s how…

Tens of millions of taxpayers have either just filed their 2011 tax returns or have filed for an extension. Many of these same taxpayers discovered that they were prohibited, for one reason or another, from directly making Roth IRA contributions. For those who file their taxes as Married Filing Separately (MFS), the taxpayer is prohibited…