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  • What to Include in Your Service Agreement
    by Cari Rincker on May 17, 2022 at 9:35 am

    Small businesses account for nearly half of the economic activity in the United States. To successfully compete with bigger competitors, small businesses are increasingly outsourcing to improve their efficiency and lower costs. Outsourcing allows companies to expand their competencies in key areas without taking on additional full-time, in-house employees. This is a growing trend among small businesses looking for professional ... Read More The post What to Include in Your Service Agreement appeared first on Rincker Law.

  • What Do Prenups Oftentimes Discuss?
    by Cari Rincker on May 16, 2022 at 9:53 am

    I note three key issues usually discussed in prenuptial agreements in this short video.  They are the identification of separate/ marital property, spousal maintenance and estate rights. Interested in a free 15 minute consultation on a nuptial agreement? Please contact cari@rinckerlaw.com or call (217) 531-2179. Share this Article The post What Do Prenups Oftentimes Discuss? appeared first on Rincker Law.

  • Legislative Alert: The Consumer Coverage Disclosure Act (Illinois)
    by Cari Rincker on May 15, 2022 at 10:46 am

    Employers in Illinois should be mindful of certain new obligations arising under the Illinois Consumer Coverage Disclosure Act (“the Act”) (820 ILCS 46), which came into effect on August 27, 2021. The new Act applies to all Illinois employers that provide group health insurance coverage. What the Consumer Coverage Disclosure Act Requires The Act requires that Illinois employers give their ... Read More The post Legislative Alert: The Consumer Coverage Disclosure Act (Illinois) appeared first on Rincker Law.

  • Member-Managed vs. Manager-Managed LLCs: What Is the Difference?
    by Cari Rincker on May 13, 2022 at 11:44 am

    When setting up your business, one of the most significant decisions you will make is which type of entity to form. If you have settled on forming a limited liability company (LLC), you must also choose the type of management structure it will have. LLCs can be member-managed or manager-managed. Being an LLC manager means having the legal authority to ... Read More The post Member-Managed vs. Manager-Managed LLCs: What Is the Difference? appeared first on Rincker Law.

  • The Three Parts of the Farm Estate Planning Discussion
    by Cari Rincker on May 13, 2022 at 11:07 am

    Hear me discuss farm estate planning, business planning and succession planning in this short video.  I discuss all three in my services to farm and ranch clients when doing farm estate planning. Share this Article The post The Three Parts of the Farm Estate Planning Discussion appeared first on Rincker Law.

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