Monthly Archives: April 2015
Whether property is funded into a trust is primarily a matter of intent. With every comprehensive estate plan you should include not only an “Assignment of Personal Property,” which explicitly states that all personal property is intended to be funded into the trust, but also instructions as to how all other types of estate assets should be transferred into your trust. In this show, Bill and Rick discuss how each asset “type” is funded and what you should have prepared to ensure that end.
Some employers discipline their employees by docking their pay or putting them on unpaid suspension for violating workplace rules. However, such a policy can create big problems if the employee whose pay is reduced is exempt from such suspensions because he or she is paid on a salary basis and generally exercises a certain degree of responsibility and discretion in doing the job. In this show, Bill and Rick discuss when salary deductions are applicable and how unpaid suspension exceptions apply.
Are You Social Selling Your Business?
Social Media isn’t just for kids anymore. It’s a powerful strategy for every small business owner and entrepreneur. It’s no longer an option. It’s a way to attract talent and customers, help you sell your products and ideas, and establish your credibility and authority in your market space. Experts refer to it as Social Selling your business.
If you connect with your target market using social media to promote your product or service, you’re Social Selling. Join Rick & Bill and learn 3 simple tips to help you leverage the power of social selling your business.
Arbitration is a method to resolve disputes outside of court. Often times it is contract-based. Did you know that many times employers make job offers contingent upon signing such agreements? Have you wondered whether an employee is required to sign an arbitration agreement? Do you know the difference between binding and non-binding arbitration? Join Bill and Rick for a discussion about arbitration agreements generally, as well as how they relate to the employer-employee relationship.