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Small business owners usually have some idea or simple agreement put together that outlines what happens to their company upon retirement. However, most do not plan for something more unexpected, such as an untimely death. The sad reality is that 1 in 7 Americans do...read more
Introduction Have you asked yourself 'should my nonprofit have a gala?' If you are wondering the answer to this question, it is important to consider the positives and negatives. Planning a nonprofit gala and executing it successfully are very difficult tasks. ...read more
There are a couple of things in life that make us feel like we are true adults. Buying a house is a big one. Suddenly, you realize that buying a house means getting your finances in place, taking on a mortgage, getting insurance…basically full on adulting....read more
By now, you undoubtedly have heard that there have been some major changes to the federal income tax system. If you run a nonprofit, you might have heard some pretty scary things about how these changes will affect your donations for the coming years. It...read more
If you know you want to form a business entity and you are looking at what type to form, an S Corp may be the perfect entity choice for you. S Corps have some very attractive features which I will discuss below. There are a bunch of reasons you may not be eligible to...read more
1. To Avoid Court Did you know in California if you own assets over $150,000 in your individual name, your estate is likely to be probated? This means that after you die, your beneficiaries will have to go to court in order to get your assets. A trip to the...read more
Nikki has been practicing law since 2011. She founded SLG in 2017 with the goal of assisting Entrepreneurs, Philanthropists & Families realize their dreams.