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Changes in Bankruptcy Laws
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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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Read Before Copying Contracts from The Internet!
Copying contracts from the Internet is a bit like wearing your old cousin’s hand-me-down dresses . . . in order to walk into a bee’s nest (an incongruous image, I know):  y... More
Changes in Bankruptcy Laws
Today you will find in the USA that there have been some major changes made in respect to the country's bankruptcy law. Therefore for all Americans today it is i... More
Bankruptcy Myths
Like most formidable situations, bankruptcy has earned its reputation based on very few truthful facts and too many false embellishments. The majority of the miseducation of the public has occurred since the current ban... More
Does Your Business Need Liability Insurance?
There are different kinds of liability insurance. These include Business Liability Insurance, General Liability Insurance, Fleet Insurance, PI Insurance, etc. If you are employing staff for your business it is mandatory by l... More
Prevent Identity Theft
The Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act, known commonly as FACTA, was put into law in the United States to help to protect consumers from identity theft and to help in its prevention. FACTA ensures that all ci... More
Partnership Agreements
A partnership agreement is a relationship between individuals or organizations. Parties involved should be in close cooperation and share responsibilities. A partnership agreement isn'... More
BUSINESS LAWSUITS...TO SUE OR NOT TO SUE?
It is not always easy to make a decision when it comes to filing a lawsuit against a debtor. Before one can choose whether or not to sue, they should know whether the debtor has sufficient assets to secure payment or if the debtor has existing liabilities, judgments, and liens. The simplest and most comprehensive way to achieve this is by con... More