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Protecting Your Small Business from Expensive Lawsuits 1

Protecting Your Small Business from Expensive Lawsuits

Running a small business is not without its concerns. For example, you may wonder what would happen to your company if you were ever sued. We live in a litigious world, so it is smart to be prepared. Here are three things to consider. Business formation – You want to form your business as a […]

The Secret of Business Contract Success 1

The Secret of Business Contract Success

As a small business owner, you need to have the right contracts and agreements in place to protect your assets. Especially for a small business, one bad business agreement could lead to having to close your doors. Here are a few tips to help you make a success of your business dealings with individuals and […]

Misconceptions Regarding LLC Formation for Small Businesses 1

Misconceptions Regarding LLC Formation for Small Businesses

Your business formation is an essential component of any new startup. You don’t want misunderstandings to cause you to choose the wrong formation type. Here are a few common misconceptions about setting up a small business as an LLC. Misconception 1: It’s easy – Don’t get us wrong, it is doable. However, it is not […]

What Do You Need to Maintain Corporate Status for Your Small Business 1

What Do You Need to Maintain Corporate Status for Your Small Business?

Incorporating a small business can offer you tax benefits, personal liability protection, and many other valuable advantages over operating as a sole proprietorship. While it may seem to be very complicated to incorporate, a small business attorney can easily walk you through the process, and the benefits are definitely worth it. Once your business formation […]

Necessary Steps When Trying to Protect Your Business with Patents 1

Necessary Steps When Trying to Protect Your Business with Patents

If you’ve ever watched an episode of Shark Tank, you know how essential it can be to have something proprietary about your business, especially if you are looking for investment capital. Even if you want to keep 100% of your equity, you still need to protect your intellectual property (IP) in order to maintain your […]