The Most Important Legal and Financial Actions To Take Right Now For You And Your Business

3 April 2020

The Most Important Legal and Financial Actions To Take Right Now For You And Your Business 

 

Owning a business is challenging even in the best of times. Add a global pandemic, the likes of which we have never seen in our lifetime, and it becomes much more overwhelming. Often, business owners try to compensate for shortcomings in their business by bringing in more and more revenue. For many people, however, business closures and quarantines have seemingly eliminated that option.

 

5 Best Tips For Starting Your Own Business

19 March 2020

5 Best Tips For Starting Your Own Business 

 

People start their own businesses for all sorts of reasons. Sometimes it’s a lifelong dream. Sometimes it’s a desire to have more control over one’s time and money. Sometimes it’s just old-fashioned necessity, like if you’ve been laid off from your job and are having trouble finding a new one in your field.

 

Choosing the Right Lawyer to Handle Your First Lawsuit or Business Conflict

13 March 2020

Choosing the Right Lawyer to Handle Your First Lawsuit or Business Conflict

How do you choose the best lawyer for your situation? It helps to think ahead to what you want both the experience and the outcome to be, and what you DON’T want them to be. Do you want the whole thing to be over as quickly as possible or are you willing to settle in for the long haul to get your desired results? How willing are you to compromise?

Once you have that image in your head, you can use the following questions to evaluate the lawyers that you are considering hiring.

Protect Your Business and Family Through a Living Trust

4 March 2020

Protect Your Business and Family Through a Living Trust

 

While various types of insurance can protect your business from lawsuits and other liabilities, perhaps the greatest liability of all—especially if you’re the sole owner of your business—is what could happen to your company when you die or if you should become incapacitated by accident or illness.

Time to Operate as a Real Business!

26 February 2020

Time to Operate as a Real Business! 

 

With the passage of AB5 in California (the new law that imposes significant risk on employers who mischaracterize employees as independent contractors), and the potentiality for that same law to be applied across the United States, you may be considering incorporating to strengthen your position that you are not an employee. If so, we think that’s smart.

 

4 Ways To Scale Your Business for Sustainable Growth

9 December 2019

Scaling your business is about effectively planning and preparing for growth, so as your operation gets bigger, your costs and workload don’t increase to unsustainable levels. To properly scale your business, you should be increasing revenue at a rapid rate, while increasing costs at a much slower rate.

Growth is only sustainable if you have the systems and resources in place to support expansion. In other words, bigger is only better if your operations are scalable. Here are four strategies to consider to ensure your company is properly scaled for sustainable growth.

The Grave Risks of Using DIY Legal Documents

13 November 2019

The Grave Risks of Using DIY Legal Documents

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