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Understanding Risk Management

Understanding Risk Management

Risk management covers a wide range of business functions including; business legal entity selection and maintenance, insurable areas, safety management, financial accuracy and theft protection, employee actions, and more

Insurable risks of loss

The fact that your business is a limited liability entity helps manage risk to other assets but does not relieve you from certain legal insurance requirements. The following insurances represent the basic types of insurance required.

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Notice to LLC Owners

Good Paperwork Could Save Your MoneyA Timely Notice to Owners of Limited Liability Companies – Especially Those With Only One Member

Under the limited liability company statutes, multi-member limited liability companies provide limited liability for the members and managers of the company. However, single member limited liability companies do not automatically provide limited liability. Limited liability for single member limited liability companies is a facts and circumstances issue. Limited liability is more likely to be upheld if the LLC has proper structure of set-up and adequate evidence and records to verify that the company was properly operated under the limited liability company umbrella.

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The IRS Wants More of Your Money!

Trying to keep more of your moneyThe Ground Rules in Playing the Tax Game with IRS Have Been Changed

If you have a business with deductible expenses and you want to keep these deductions, you must have solid documentation of all business expenses.

Here is what is happened already:

  • Over the past several years the IRS has addedmany new forms to track your financial activities.
  • Many of these new forms, prepared by banks, brokerages, title companies, and other financial institutions, are filed electronically.
  • IRS computers cross-match the information from these forms to various income tax returns. A process made more efficient by electronically filed tax returns.
  • Computer capabilities have dramatically increased enabling the computers to process more return information to determine audit potential.

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