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Revised federal rules from the National Labor Relations Board that gives employees more leverage in settling workplace disputes are negatively impacting franchisors and franchisees, leaving them with higher costs and forcing them to scale back plans for future expansion.


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Two business groups have sued the Obama administration over the government’s crackdown on U.S. companies moving abroad to reduce their tax burden. The process is known as a corporate inversion. Also called a tax inversion, a corporate inversion is the practice of a corporation relocating its legal domicile to a nation with lower taxes like Ireland, Britain, and Canada while retaining its material operations in its higher-tax country of origin. To continue reading this article, click here.


If you want to conduct business under a trade name that is different from the name used to form your New York business, then you need to file a DBA, or a “doing business as” name, in New York.


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