Signs that the company’s account will soon “freeze”
A current account is an important financial management tool for each company. The suspension of certain operations on the account or its complete blockage may, if not paralyze the activity…

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What is an overdraft for a business and when is it needed?
Overdraft is a revolving credit line that a bank can provide to a company or individual entrepreneur to cover a temporary and short-term cash gap. This is actually a business…

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The wolf from Wall Street spreads the infection, or Why you should not trust "patented professionals"
If you, like me, watched a series about Dr. House, you should remember how passionately he diagnosed lupus with everyone: a disease in which the immune system takes its own…

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Monthly Archives: January 2017

Risks of transferring employees to individual entrepreneurs and self-employed

We talk about the main risks for an employer company that transfers its employees to self-employed and self-employed, and explain how to protect yourself from possible penalties from the tax authorities
Interaction with an individual entrepreneur on the basis of a civil law nature from a tax point of view for an employer can be significantly more profitable than hiring an employee under an employment contract. Continue reading

“The tail steers a dog”, or Three stories of real business

Svetlana Emelyanova, managing partner of STEP Consulting, shares three stories from business practice that describe the resistance of the company’s employees to useful changes and innovations, and explains how to resist this to the business owner
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The owner of the manufacturing company conceived organizational changes. They were needed in order to prepare the company to capture a significant market share. Continue reading

How to manage expenses that are not budgeted
Unforeseen expenses need to be foreseen. Behind this seemingly absurd phrase lies an unfortunate truth: expenses not provided for by the budget are inevitable for any company. Force majeure, unexpected…

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Do not rush to pay a fine to Rostekhnadzor!
Organizations operating hazardous production facilities (HEP), such as drilling rigs, aerial platforms and so on, are required to carry out production control over compliance with industrial safety requirements at the…

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For what violations can the head of the company be held criminally liable?
Any type of entrepreneurial activity is associated with certain risks. In particular, many risks are associated with the threat of criminal liability incurred by the head of the company. What…

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Abuse patterns: how employees manipulate their rights - case studies
Natalya Pakhomova, a lawyer for Pervaya Liniya, warns employers of potential abuse by employees of their rights in the field of labor relations in order to obtain benefits As practice…

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