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Changes in Bankruptcy Laws
Do You Need A Tax Attorney
What Is An LLC?
The Law And Your Business
Do's and Don'ts of Employee Firing
Should You Register As Sole Proprietor?
Shredding Documents In Your Business
Registering Your Trademark
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Should You Register As Sole Proprietor?
Do you know what sole proprietorship is?A sole proprietorship is a business which has only one owner. It is a "sole" proprietor in the... More
What Is An LLC?
Generally, what does LLC stand for? LLC is an acronym generally connected with organizations and corporate organizations. It truly is an acronym which stands for "Limited Leg... More
Choosing the Best Franchise For Yourself
When you decide to buy a franchise, you're giving your business a major head start in so many ways. By trading on an established name, you slash your advertising ... More
What To Do If The IRS Threatens to Garnish Your Pay Check
One of the hardest entities to go up against is the federal government. If you are unfortunate to be behind in your taxes, the government has a load of resources to use agains... More
Sole Proprietor Downside
"Life is trouble; only death is not," comments Zorba the Greek in the novel by Nikos Katzanzakis.  I’ve heard many a business owner b... More
BUSINESS LAW: DISPUTES AND LITIGATION CONSIDERATIONS
In this day and age it is totally normal in business for a occasional disputes to occur between customers, suppliers, competitors and employees. A good way to make disputes a lot less stressful is to ensure that you have a decent dispute procedure firmly in place before you begin trading. By having a dispute system ... More
Shredding Documents In Your Business
Identify theft is a multi-billion dollar industry that is used for the funding of organized crime. A report from Javelin Strategy in 2012 found identify theft rose 13 percent that year, affectin... More