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 on: September 20, 2012, 06:11:28 PM 
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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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 on: September 11, 2012, 07:26:36 PM 
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Here is a summary of the rules regarding the Exclusion of Proprietors of the following types of entities.

Exclusion of Executive Officers of Corporations
Executive Officers of corporations may be excluded subject to the following criteria:
  • The Officers and/or Directors must hold all the stock of the corporation (i.e. a closely-held, or privately-held corporation).
  • Any Officer or Director requesting to be excluded must own stock.
     

Exclusion of Members in a Limited Liability Company
Only Managing Members who are empowered to run the day-to-day operations may be excluded.

Exclusion of Partners of a General Partnership
Only General Partners may be excluded.  Limited Partners may not be excluded, and will be charged premium on any wages they earn if they work for a Limited Partnership.

Exclusion of Sole Proprietors
Sole Proprietors are usually excluded from Workers Compensation Policies.  The policy may specifically include them by endorsement.
Relatives residing in the home of a Sole Proprietor are excluded unless specifically named by endorsement.

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California Labor Code (§ 3351) governs the inclusion or exclusion of these individuals.






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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?

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 on: August 30, 2012, 11:37:28 AM 
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 on: July 31, 2012, 06:48:15 PM 
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 on: July 18, 2012, 09:32:27 AM 
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 on: July 09, 2012, 05:44:36 PM 
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 on: June 14, 2012, 11:55:23 AM 
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 on: May 22, 2012, 12:01:57 PM 
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in California — a "flexible purpose corporation" (California Corporations Code sections 2500-3503) and a "benefit corporation" (California Corporations Code sections 14600-14631). The new corporation subtypes allow entrepreneurs and investors to organize stock corporations that can pursue both economic and social objectives.

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 on: May 17, 2012, 10:28:05 AM 
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