Returning To “Normal” Amidst A Global Pandemic With the uncertainty of COVID-19 and the possibility for another nationwide shutdown, businesses and employees alike are not sure how to plan for the fall. Will businesses need to return to remote work again? Will employees with children have to configure home schooling into their workday? How will businesses fare with another potential pause of the economy?…
PODCAST OVERVIEW Host Jeana Goosmann and guest Van Deeb, motivational speaker, author, and success coach, from Omaha, Nebraska, talk about the underdog mindset, entrepreneurial hustle, and surrounding yourself with like minded people. Jeana and Van talk about sticking to the fundamentals of your career and always having the drive, desire, and determination to succeed and never take things for granted. In this episode you will learn: …
Involuntary bankruptcy is a legal proceeding through which creditors request that a person or business go into bankruptcy, rather than doing so on the person’s or business’ own accord. Creditors seeking involuntary bankruptcy must petition the court to initiate the proceedings, and the indebted party can file an objection to force a case.…
PODCAST OVERVIEW Host Jeana Goosmann and guest Lynette Meyer, CPA at Nichols Rise & Company, talk about how business owners have been impacted during COVID-19 and how their CPA can help. Jeana and Lynette talk about various tax credits, loan forgiveness, the CARES Act, and other ways businesses can continue to operate during COVID-19 and post quarantine. During this episode you will learn:…
For more than a decade Goosmann Law Firm has been fulfilling its mission to help business leaders win disputes, protect their wealth, and spend time on what is worth it. 11 years is a long time, to put it in perspective it is 572 weeks, more than 4,000 days, and close to 100,000 hours. In that time, we have significantly grown our business and expanded our footprint. At Goosmann Law Firm, we celebrated 11 years…
Businesses that are experiencing coronavirus pandemic revenue losses are analyzing difficult options.  You’ve spent years building a strong workforce and struggled through the workforce shortage, but the revenue doesn’t support the anticipated payroll.  Human resource options include: furloughs, reductions in hours and pay cuts, or layoffs. Furloughs, when you anticipate the layoff to be temporary, often are the best option for those that can afford them.  A furlough is a mandatory, temporary, unpaid leave.  Furloughs…