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Mark J. Kohler

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Eviction Ban Expires Just in Time to Save Landlords

Eviction Ban Expires Just in Time to Save Millions of Landlords It’s the beginning of the month and rent is due! The eviction ban has expired! Landlords can finally collect rent from tenants that haven’t paid rent for months.  The Supreme Court stated that it wouldn’t extend the renter protection past the end of July,

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When to use an LLLP (Limited Liability Limited Partnerships)

When to use an LLLP…  I have searched far and wide for a good reason to have an LLLP versus using another form of doing business and frankly, I can’t find one. I never recommend them. Although, they have been adopted in now more than 20 states as a more unique asset protection tool, whoever

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Learn What Not to Do: The Ballad of Prince’s Estate

Procrastination is easy – especially when it comes to something where the benefits won’t be apparent until you are either incapacitated or have passed away.  However, if you care about saving your loved ones thousands in legal fees, months of time, and a mountain of headaches and worries, then completing your estate plan is truly a caring act of charitable service that you should consider completing before it becomes everlastingly too late.

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How to Protect My Residence from a Lawsuit

For most of us, our home is one of our most valuable assets. It truly is our “castle”, but it can also be one of our most vulnerable assets. Here are 8 strategies that should considered in a well designed Asset Protection Plan.

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The Difference Between Sub-Contractors and Employees

There are facts and circumstances most commonly used to determine the difference between an employee and sub-contractor. It’s a 3 part subjective analysis and some facts may indicate that a ‘worker’ is an employee, while other factors indicate that the worker is actually a sub-contractor.

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Subcontractor vs Employee – 7 Warnings

The IRS consistently warns taxpayers to not get caught paying ‘employees’ as ‘sub-contractors’. But believe it or not, the IRS, may be the least of your worries. There are 7 deadly results that could occur by trying to call an ‘employee’ a sub-contractor when it’s truly not the case.

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Building a Personal 10-Year Plan

Young or old, stable or in transition, starting a new business, or trying to find an exit strategy for a mature business, building a 10-year plan can give you a significant edge in living a happier and more fulfilling life. More specifically, for a business owner it could be the difference between making a profit

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Where to Set-up my Corporation or LLC

Choosing the State in which to set-up your corporation or LLC is actually a very straightforward decision. Don’t let someone talk you into setting up your new entity in Nevada, Delaware, Wyoming or Utah…just to name a few.

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