Legislators return for fall session
Legislators returned to Lansing this week for several weeks of fall session after a two-month summer break. Lawmakers did some work over the summer during three session days,
Apple’s much-anticipated announcements of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6+ and the Apple Watch rekindled enthusiasm for the company’s game-changing technology – or at least its marketing. Much of the public attention was focused on the long-rumored and soon-to-be-here wristband device.
Plan ahead to create a smooth transition to new owners to ensure a positive future for your business, especially when passing it down to children or other family members.
A well-laid succession plan will minimize family conflict and position your business to weather the transition successfully.
Until recently, the fees associated with your merchant processing account were a cost of doing business.
Most retail businesses in the U.S. today view the fees charged by their merchant processor as a “necessary evil” as more consumers migrate their transactions from cash and check to various cards– rewards,
According to federal copyright law, you must obtain permission for the right to play copyrighted music. This applies to businesses which use live music, as well as those that use recorded music played over a radio,
Session’s out for summer
Lawmakers wrapped up a whirlwind spring session last week after they approved budgets, but the legislature failed to take any decisive action on transportation funding. None is expected before fall.
Session winding up before it winds down
The Capitol has become a pressure cooker as lawmakers hurry to complete the budget, transportation funding and other big pending legislation before the summer break.