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This guide is an overview of the Limited Liability Company (LLC) business entity that can be formed in the state of California and provides a general summary of ownership, management, tax, and liability considerations.
This guide is an overview of the Sole Proprietorship business entity that can be formed in the state of California and provides a concise summary of ownership, management, tax, and liability considerations.
This guide is an overview of the California Department of Social Services "Notice: Employee Rights (LIC 9052)" form and provides a summary of requirements for child care facility licensees and employees, relevant laws and regulations, and other considerations.
Attachment to Judicial Council Form (MC-025) is a California court document that provides extra space for details or explanations when filling out another (primary) court form. MC-025 attachment can be used with any California Judicial Council form to include additional information that does not fit on the main form due to lack of space.
California law requires everyone to be properly secured when riding in a motor vehicle. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for children ages 1 through 14, killing over 1,000 children yearly. Protect against this tragedy by properly securing your child in a vehicle.
Stormwater pollution prevention is essential for companies to consider as they develop plans to control water waste. If they do not have a proper stormwater prevention plan, they risk facing fines and penalties from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Companies often scramble to update their stormwater pollution prevention plans in light of HHS and federal goals.
This guide is an overview of the California Hazardous Waste Environmental Fee and provides a summary of relevant laws and regulations, filing requirements, costs, deadlines and other considerations.
The US government doesn't provide health insurance to the entire population because it lacks a national health insurance system. There are only three government-backed health insurance programs in the US: the Children's Health Insurance Program, Medicaid, and Medicare. This guide focuses on how to apply for Medicare.
Probate is the legal process of settling an estate after someone dies. Its purpose is to lawfully distribute a deceased person's property and assets to heirs and beneficiaries. Probate in Florida is supervised by the Probate Division of the Judicial Circuit Court.
"Application for Delivery of Mail Through Agent" Form 1583 is a U.S. Postal Service form used for opening a virtual mailbox. It authorizes a mail-receiving company to accept correspondence on your behalf at a specified address, which can be a PO box or an actual street address. Many companies also offer mail scanning and online access to your virtual mailbox.