Where to look for help with state and local laws, regulations

With state and local governments frequently adding laws, ordinances and regulations, small-business owners likely will find it hard or impossible to keep track of all the requirements they must meet in the course of running their companies.Whether they’re employers, doing construction or are involved in highly regulated work like running a restaurant, owners should consider getting help from consultants or professionals like lawyers or accountants, especially since they may also have to comply with federal statutes or rules.Getting advice and guidance will head off problems, even lawsuits, down the road, Scott Scheel, president of The Commercial Academy, a commercial and retail real estate owner and manager, said. He said that companies that violate zoning ordinances or other bui
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