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California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce Invests in the Future of Hispanic Chamber Leaders

Posted on 3/28/2013 by Alex Ayala

California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce Invests in the Future of Hispanic Chamber Leaders In an effort to help Hispanic chamber leaders across the state better serve their communities of small business owners, the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce recently funded a special program to train local Chambers so they can teach the highly regarded NxLeveL training program.

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CHCC Monthly Legal Tip By Melinda Guzman "Records Management"

Posted on 3/28/2013 by Alex Ayala

Most individuals have finished the process of gathering up "important papers" to prepare tax returns. This article addresses the idea of developing a records retention program to manage records.

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TAX SEASON TIP - SMALL BUSINESS HEALTH CARE TAX CREDIT

Posted on 3/8/2013 by Alex Ayala

As the March 15 corporation tax deadline approaches, it is important for small business owners to be aware of the various tax laws that can help with their businesses’ bottom line. Several tax laws are impacting small business tax returns this season and providing substantial savings, including the underutilized Small Business Health Care Tax Credit.

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CHCC Monthly Legal Tip By Melinda Guzman "EMPLOYEE VS. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR: THE DIFFERENCE CAN PROVE COSTLY"

Posted on 3/6/2013 by Alex Ayala

Finding quality, dependable help can sometimes prove difficult, especially for small businesses. Issues of loyalty, dependability, and cost often dictate hiring decisions. But once an employer has hired an individual for services, that person's classification as either an employee or an independent contractor can make a huge difference in the employer's tax responsibilities. A mistake in classification could prove costly to the employer.

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