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How to Protect Your Small Business with Employee Contracts

How to Protect Your Small Business with Employee Contracts

If you operate a small business, you may still need a few employees so that you are not working 100% of the time. How can an employment contract protect your business? Here are a few ways: Protect you from a lawsuit – Outlining the terms of work, payment, and termination will help to protect you […]

How to Avoid a Lawsuit with the Help of a Business Attorney

How to Avoid a Lawsuit with the Help of a Business Attorney

A big concern for many small business owners is the threat of a lawsuit. Whether it is over an employee issue, a lease agreement, or a trademark, you want to be sure that you are protected. How can a small business attorney help you to avoid an expensive suit? Here are a few crucial ways: […]

Why Have Contractors Sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)

Why Have Contractors Sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)?

Whether you call it a confidentiality agreement or an NDA, you want this business contract to be a regular part of your dealings with any employees, contractors, or private consultants your company uses. Why is it so important? Defines confidential information – You may feel that anything you tell your employees via email is confidential, […]

Considerations When Purchasing a Small Business in California

Considerations When Purchasing a Small Business in California

So you want to be a small business owner but you don’t want to start from scratch? Buying an existing business can be a good option. However, there are a few considerations when you purchase an existing business in California. Here are some things to watch out for. Seller’s permit – The seller’s permit doesn’t […]

Protecting Your Small Business Without a Non-Compete Agreement

Protecting Your Small Business Without a Non-Compete Agreement

Non-Compete Agreements are common in the modern business world. After all, an employee of a small business is very quickly going to the learn the “secret sauce” that gives your small startup a competitive advantage. So what is to stop an employee from breaking away and becoming your primary competitor? Non-disclosure agreements between a business […]

3 Reasons to Incorporate Your Small Business

3 Reasons to Incorporate Your Small Business

When you start up a new business, you have a number of business formation options. Small business owners choose a sole proprietorship since it is the easiest to set up. However, there are several big advantages to incorporating. Here are three reasons to consider it. Tax savings – Self-employment tax is basically a double tax […]