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Planning Beyond Your Years

California is home to over 2,000 wineries, the majority of which are family owned and operated. Frequently, the name you see on the bottle is the name of the family that produced the wine inside. Wineries and winemaking tend to

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I Have to Give Back the Money?

In the most difficult economic times the country has seen in decades, bankruptcies have risen dramatically.  Obviously bankruptcies do not affect only the individuals and businesses filing them.  For example, companies with outstanding accounts receivable are likely to collect only

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New Businesses Beware of Fraudulent Companies

Straying a bit from taxes, and pulling from a recent experience, I am posting a general warning to all California businesses. Multiple companies are sending out "Annual Minute Complaince Obligation" documents that look official, even providing a seal on the

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Employers Beware: Breaks and Lunches

We've been monitoring an important case affecting employer and employees, Brinker v. Superior Court, which has worked its way to the California Supreme Court.  The case addresses important issues related to employee breaks and lunches, including the timing of breaks and employer

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Paso Courthouse Tour

The SLO County Bar Association presented a tour of the Paso Robles Courthouse on July 13.  The tour was an MCLE event with box lunches for attendees.  Judge Burke, Judge Picquet, and court CEO Susan Matherly displayed some of the

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Jury Duty Scam

In a recent post we talked about the new Paso Robles Courthouse and the state of the art facilities it provides for jurors who are called, in large part, from the North County.  Jury duty is a civic responsibility and avoiding

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Planning Beyond Your Years

California is home to over 2,000 wineries, the majority of which are family owned and operated. Frequently, the name you see on the bottle is the name of the family that produced the wine inside. Wineries and winemaking tend to

Read More »

I Have to Give Back the Money?

In the most difficult economic times the country has seen in decades, bankruptcies have risen dramatically.  Obviously bankruptcies do not affect only the individuals and businesses filing them.  For example, companies with outstanding accounts receivable are likely to collect only

Read More »

New Businesses Beware of Fraudulent Companies

Straying a bit from taxes, and pulling from a recent experience, I am posting a general warning to all California businesses. Multiple companies are sending out "Annual Minute Complaince Obligation" documents that look official, even providing a seal on the

Read More »

Employers Beware: Breaks and Lunches

We've been monitoring an important case affecting employer and employees, Brinker v. Superior Court, which has worked its way to the California Supreme Court.  The case addresses important issues related to employee breaks and lunches, including the timing of breaks and employer

Read More »

Paso Courthouse Tour

The SLO County Bar Association presented a tour of the Paso Robles Courthouse on July 13.  The tour was an MCLE event with box lunches for attendees.  Judge Burke, Judge Picquet, and court CEO Susan Matherly displayed some of the

Read More »

Jury Duty Scam

In a recent post we talked about the new Paso Robles Courthouse and the state of the art facilities it provides for jurors who are called, in large part, from the North County.  Jury duty is a civic responsibility and avoiding

Read More »

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