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Planning to Start a New Business? Don’t Go It Alone!

Planning to Start a New Business? Don’t Go It Alone!

The decision to start a new business can be one of the most rewarding and exciting endeavors you ever pursue. At the same time, it can be daunting, frustrating and overwhelming. You need to hire a staff, create a sales and marketing plan, get an office and more. It’s understandable if you can’t figure out… Read More

What If My Child’s Teacher Really Hates Them?

What If My Child’s Teacher Really Hates Them?

Every child has said these words, and every parent has heard them: “My teacher hates me!” With the school year now in full swing, you may hear a number of complaints that your child’s teacher really hates them. Most of the time as parents we brush it off. “No, your teacher does not hate you,” we… Read More

Special Needs Children May Be At A Higher Risk for Abuse

Special Needs Children May Be At A Higher Risk for Abuse

Special needs children may be at a higher risk for abuse, emotional or verbal, than other children, and this carries into the classroom.  Knowing and understanding the warning signs of abuse will help you to protect your child from any danger that may be lurking in the classroom. Often, children with autism have difficulty communicating… Read More

Voters Choose to End a Michigan Personal Property Tax

Voters Choose to End a Michigan Personal Property Tax

Michigan primary voters gave overwhelming support to Proposal 1, a statewide ballot proposition that will end a long-standing Michigan personal property tax on business equipment and manufacturing machinery. Small businesses currently pay a Michigan personal property tax on industrial equipment, a practice that Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has called “dumb.” The passage of Proposal 1… Read More

EEOC Suing Company for Requiring Employees to Speak English

EEOC Suing Company for Requiring Employees to Speak English

Is requiring employees to speak English a fair condition of employment within privately owned American companies?  The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission certainly does not think so. It filed a federal suit against Wisconsin Plastics Inc. for firing a group of Hmong and Hispanic workers in 2012, allegedly based on their inability to speak English, according to… Read More

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