2018

  • Facts Every Business Owner Seeking A Liquor License Should Know


    Any business in the United States which seeks to sell alcoholic beverages needs to first obtain proper liquor licensing. Liquor licenses are issued on a state level, so you have to become intimately familiar with local licensing and application requirements. First, you need to have a properly licensed business on the books before you can even become eligible to apply for a liquor license. Next, there are the fees that you have to pay at the time that you submit your liquor licensing application.
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  • Need Extra Money? Why You Should Consider Starting A Bail Bond Company


    Getting arrested is an experience that few people want to have. It strips away your freedom and can leave you feeling powerless and like you're not in control of your own life. When a person who is incarcerated is given a bail amount, it can be a relief. However, if they don't have the money to pay the bond, they're going to need some help. That's where a bail bondsman comes in.
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  • 4 Types Of Sexual Harassment While At Work


    One thing you may need to do at some point is relying on the expertise of an attorney. If you've been sexually harassed, this is the individual you'll want to call. There are varying degrees and reasons you may be in this situation. Being aware of some of the things that are sexual harassment may be to your benefit. Reason #1: Sexual advances on the job There's no doubt that you go to work to make a living.
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  • Workers' Comp: Should You Settle?


    If you've been injured at your job, you should take advantage of your employer's workers' compensation insurance. This service, provided at no extra charge by your employer, allows you to recuperate and get better while earning a certain percentage of your salary. Additionally, you won't need to worry about those outrageous medical bills either, since workers' comp insurance pays for all of that. At some point, you may be facing the potential for a more serious injury.
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