Hourly or Salaried Employee? What’s the difference? Why does it matter?
How does one know whether or not an employee should be paid by the hour or put on a salary? In my opinion one of the biggest places that small businesses run into trouble is when they wrongly classify an hourly employee as salaried instead of hourly. I understand why that happens but … Continue reading
MLK day tribute: The best parts of we.
THE BEST PARTS OF WE… by Patrick McClure So as usual on this day, I try to remind my boys what this holiday is about, not just missing school. I read the speech to them. It is important that they learn, and it is truly moving to hear it in … Continue reading
Shop with a Cop
We want to share a special story that recently appeared in the local paper. We are so glad to be able to help with this special project. We hated to hear that kids were being left out, so we decided it would be better to take a little off our own Christmas to … Continue reading
Gregg Allman Commercial
The latest commercial for Gregg Allman (coming to Norton Center for the Arts on January 8th) has arrived: We are so proud to be a sponsor! Posted by | View Post | View Group Related posts: We Are Bringing Gregg Allman to Danville! Shop with a Cop What Are The … Continue reading
Employee vs. Independent Contractor
Do things seem a little hazy? Like the picture above, knowing whether that new hire is an employee or an independent contractor can be a little fuzzy. However, mistakenly classifying an employee as an independent contractor can result in significant fines and penalties. There are 20 factors used by the IRS … Continue reading
The Accidental Bigamist
Why it is so vital to make sure you get and keep your records in a Divorce I was asked recently how changes in Kentucky’s marriage license forms could affect issues arising from subsequent marriages. I believe ultimately the Legislature will need to revise the language authorizing the various County … Continue reading
Is Your Case Criminal or Civil?
Have you ever wondered how the difference between criminal or civil cases is determined? These are the differences: Criminal Cases A criminal case — whether or not something is a criminal action — is defined by state or federal statute. This means a law has been written that specifically makes … Continue reading
Do I Need to Set Up an LLC?
What is an LLC? The Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a hybrid between a partnership and the more traditional corporate structure. An LLC is an unincorporated entity. You register an LLC, you don’t incorporate it. What Are the Biggest Advantages to Forming an LLC? Provides the protection of a traditional … Continue reading
Brian Bailey Knows Business
Business Is In My Blood I’ve been extremely lucky. I was raised by parents who took the time to pass on their wisdom. My mother, an accountant, has incredible business talent. She used that talent to help my father keep his own books in shape. While working outside the home … Continue reading
What Are The Benefits of an S-Corp?
What is an S Corporation? An S corporation is treated by the federal tax system as a pass-through entity in the eyes of the IRS. To achieve this, your business must file Articles of Incorporation with the Secretary of State. Kentucky corporations are also required to file one copy of their … Continue reading
McClure, McClure & Bailey is a full-service law practice with deep roots in Danville going back for over a century. We possess an unparalleled dedication to serving the citizens of Central Kentucky including those individuals in Boyle
Counties. We have the experience and skill to provide our clients with services in Criminal Law including DUI/Drug Charges, and other police involvement. We practice extensively in the Family Courts of Central Kentucky, including Divorce, Custody, Adoption, Visitation/Timesharing, and Child Support
, as well as juvenile actions or involvement with various social services. We also handle a broad range of civil actions and civil litigation such as Bankruptcy
, Personal Injury
, Breach of Contract
, Landlord/Tenant Disputes and Property Disputes
. Additionally, we offer Estate Planning services, writing Wills and Trusts, Probating Estates
, and negotiating and closing Real Estate transactions. Entrepreneurs, small business owners, and medium-sized businesses benefit from the unique combination of business experience and business law savvy we offer. From business formation to strategic business planning and individual tax preparation -- our business clients rely on us to help improve their bottom line. McClure, McClure & Bailey is here to offer advice and assistance when you need it most. Call 859-236-8888
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