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IE3 The Week of June 21: Here’s What Happened

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Let’s partner. When it comes to online marketing, you may find you need some help. But who do you go to? Answering this question may seem like a daunting task. So, IE3’s Web Marketing Expert, Brian Kraff is sharing three tips to help you get started right. Read it.

Is my rate right? So many contractors are confused about properly setting their hourly wage rate for employees. Thankfully, IE3’s Legal Expert, Brooke Duncan is here to help. He explains what you need to consider to make sure that you are staying on the right side of the law. Read it.

Don’t get delayed at your departure. You are not going to work forever…there it’s been said. So, now is the time to plan. If you plan includes selling your company to one of your employees, then this is the article you need to read, because it lays out how to avoid disasters while transferring your business to insiders. Read it.

Check-ups are a good thing. This is the second article in a series of articles from Joe Medosch, an energy and comfort consultant, who is explaining how you can help your customers understand the need for home performance services by likening your home to your body. This article covers why you need to do regular maintenance or “check-ups” to ensure the system is working properly. Read it.

Employee or contractor? This has long been a question that contractors have struggled with. But, recently Nevada put a law on the books to help contractors in that state figure it out. ACCA’s Hilary Atkins explains the new law and what contractors need to know. Read it.

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