Thank you for your interest in our publication, Counseling the Small Business (click here to download). In this whitepaper, considerations in employee benefits for small businesses are discussed, including factors not prevalent in large businesses. These factors include:
1. Tax benefits in general (for all employees)
2. Tax shelter and benefits for owners (to the exclusion, in many instances, of non-owners)*
3. Hiring and retention factors (benefits may attract and retain better employees)
4. Insurance factors (health and death benefit protection)
5. Creditor Protection Issues
*Factor number 2 is less prevalent in “Big” businesses.
We hope you find this to be a helpful resource. Butterfield Schechter LLP is Southern California's largest law firm focusing its practice on employee benefits. Contact us today to assist in establishing an employer-sponsored retirement benefit plan for your business.
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