Tax Extension Deadlines Are Coming Up in October and November

As fall sets in, it’s not just the leaves changing colors — tax extension deadlines are also on the horizon. While most people paid their taxes in April, both businesses and individuals have the option to apply for a tax extension, giving them around six more months to get their tax ducks in a row. While it might not be as exhilarating as Halloween festivities, staying on top of your tax obligations is essential if you want to dodge legal penalties. 

Father’s Day 2023 Is Approaching: Reconnecting and Celebrating the Bond

Father’s Day is a special occasion that allows us to honor and appreciate the vital role fathers play in their children’s lives. But for those experiencing parental alienation, this day can evoke a range of emotions as it sheds light on the challenges they face in maintaining a meaningful relationship with their children. In this blog post, we’ll explore practical tips and ideas for fathers navigating Father’s Day amidst parental alienation, to rekindle the bond and create memorable experiences.

Child Labor Laws in Arkansas

Arkansas has child labor laws designed to protect young workers from exploitation and ensure that they have access to education and other opportunities for personal and professional development.

Opening a New Business in Arkansas Part 2

Before forming a new entity, it is important that you understand the different types of entities that exist under Arkansas laws. Companies are unique and a different entity may make sense for some that would not for others.

Opening a New Business in Arkansas Part 1

There is a right way and a wrong way to set up a new business. You may have a million-dollar idea, but if you do not start your company in the proper way even a great business can cause you a whole lot of headaches.

Here's What You Need to Know About Unemployment and Child Support

Losing a job is an unfortunate reality for many Arkansans. When you enter the workforce, it's a possible outcome, regardless of your field. What makes it more difficult is when the layoff comes unexpectedly.

Employment 101: Right to Work vs. Employment At Will

I have recently had several clients mention to me during conversations regarding an employment termination that the state has a right to work law. Nearly every time what the client actually meant to refer to was the employment at will doctrine.

Employment 101: Unpaid Interns and the FLSA

We have previously written about the federal law’s minimum wage caveats for tipped employees. The Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) also has an exception for interns. As you likely know, in many situations interns are entitled to no wages at all. Unpaid internships, after all, are a staple of congressional offices.