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 on: February 01, 2013, 02:37:15 PM 
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A state license is required to operate an ICF/DD, ICF/DD-H, or ICF/DD-N facility in California.  The You must login to view links.
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I'm still on 2007, but this will be good to know when my company gets 2010...sometime in the next 10 years  Wink

Thanks AuditorLisa  Smiley

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Great news!

Word 2010 contains my old friend....AutoText! Well it does look a little different but it works the same!

You can find it under: Insert tab; Quick Parts; AutoText.

To save in this version of Auto Text, highlight the item; click Quick Parts; then at the bottom of the pop up box click "Save selection to AutoText Gallery" name your item and save. Very similar to the prior version.  

Voila!

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 on: September 17, 2012, 08:40:59 AM 
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In a California LLC which is closely held by two members One being the CEO and the other being the manager,

1. can the manager receive a standard salary payroll check through ADP every two weeks with deductions (FICA,State etc) rather than filing self-employed when tax time comes around?

2. In the above scenario does the manager become a standard employee in the eyes of the state or can the LLC choose not to have a workmen's comp policy if both officers choose to be excluded and no other employees are to be hired?

3. Can both managers have a 100% tax deduction for both of their and their spouses health insurance premiums?

Sorry, Mirage...this forum only addresses issues relating to Worker's Comp.  Your 1st and 3rd questions are better suited for a CPA or a tax attorney.  As for your second question, as Val says above in the original post:
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Only Managing Members who are empowered to run the day-to-day operations may be excluded.
Exclusion for worker's comp in your scenario is only available for those who are managing members of the LLC.  Also, only a corporation is closely-held.

I hope that helps  Smiley

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