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Are You in Compliance With Texas Wage Laws?

These days, it can be difficult for business owners to tell if they are complying with state and federal business regulations. There are so many laws and regulations governing businesses, it can be incredibly difficult—particularly for small businesses—to comply with all of those laws and regulations. State wage laws are… Continued

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Houston Small Businesses Face Uncertain Futures after Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey hit Houston with a vengeance, leaving behind overwhelming flooding and destruction. While much focus has rightfully been on families who lost their homes, another concern is the future of small businesses in the Houston area. One news source estimated that 99 percent of companies in the city were… Continued

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Preparing for Texas Sales Tax Holidays

Texas—like many states—enjoys sales tax holidays. The state legislature sets the dates of these events and they are generally created for a specific class of products subject to the tax exemption. For example, in May 2017, Texans enjoyed an Energy Star sales tax holiday on various energy-efficient appliances. In August… Continued

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Congratulations to Farah Famouri our annual scholarship winner!

The Weisblatt Law Firm appreciates both the value of an education as well as the need to help others. Our annual scholarship aims to help students defray the high costs of a college education and to help their families with tuition expenses. Our 2017 scholarship was a tremendous success! We… Continued

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Small Businesses: Reflect on the 1st Quarter of 2017

It seems like we were just discussing the end-of-year review for 2016 and suddenly the end of the first quarter of 2017 is coming up. Now is an important time for small business owners to reflect on their first quarter achievements and struggles and adjust their plans, if needed, for… Continued

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Zika and Your Business

The spread of the Zika virus in many parts of the world – now including Florida, according to the CDC1 – has caused alarm because of the tragic effects the virus can have if a pregnant woman passes it on to her fetus. Because Zika is only contracted by mosquito… Continued

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