Southern California Home Sales Poor

A recent report by DataQuick, a San Diego-based real estate solutions company, indicates that the real estate situation in southern California is not boding well. In the month of November alone, home sales dropped by 10.4 percent across an entire six-county region, including Riverside County. The president of DataQuick found the performance to be “underwhelming.” […]

California Board of Equalization Drops Tight Security Deposit Requirements for Small Businesses

Small businesses in California generally find it very difficult to fare well due to high taxes and strict regulations. The state holds a reputation of being one of the worst in the country in regards to starting a business. However, a decision made on December 17 by the Board of Equalization (BOE) may give California […]

Banned Bankruptcy Company Continues Operations while Eluding the Law

A single mother of two children decided to file bankruptcy after having dealt with mounting debt since she lost her job in 2012. With hardly any money saved in the bank, she needed bankruptcy assistance at a low price. She came across USA Bankruptcy Associates, which offered to fill out her 67-page bankruptcy document for […]

Small Business Health Insurance Portal Launched in California

According to a report by CBS Los Angeles, in 2014, owners of small businesses will be able to attain coverage for employees through California’s health insurance exchange. More specifically, they will cover up to 50 qualified employees thanks to the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) of Covered California. The executive director of Covered California […]

What You Should Know about Wage and Hour Violations as an Employer

The state of California has stringent fair employment laws that function to protect employees from unfair treatment by their employer. Since the central tenet of employment is the exchange of labor, whether mental or physical, for payment, wage and hour laws are especially vital to maintaining a balance of power between the employer and the […]

Estate Planning: Probate Explained

When an individual has passed and left valuable assets to those designated in his or her will, the distribution of assets to their rightful inheritors usually cannot be executed until the probate process has been completed.

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