Posts tagged with "business partner"



Business · December 29, 2022
How A Nominee Can Protect Your Privacy
Nominees let you do business without putting your personal information in the open. When you work with a nominee, your name and contact information are hidden from the companies selling and shipping products to you. Nominees can help you open a new bank account, get insurance, or borrow money. You only need to give the nominee your private financial and personal information, which will not be shared with the businesses you contact. Read more and find out how nominations work...
Business · December 15, 2022
4 Actions To Take If Your Business Is Facing A Lawsuit
Lawsuits are not fun and are definitely in no one's best interest. Most of us don't expect them to happen to us, but the truth is that many businesses face lawsuits every year. If your business is facing a lawsuit, here are the first steps you should take to start planning for the future. Learn more here:
Business · December 08, 2022
3 Vital But Often-Overlooked Metrics All Businesses Should Track
Tracking your key metrics is essential to your success as a business, but between the lines and the graphs, it's easy to lose sight of what's coming. Why not make things easier by breaking down all those numbers into three vital but often overlooked metrics? Let's look at three metrics we recommend you track. Read here to learn more...
Business · December 01, 2022
4 Essential Legal Agreements No Business Should Be Without
Having the right core documents creates a solid foundation for your business. In the best case, you will have smoother growth. In the worst case, you will catch problems before they mushroom into more significant issues. This article contains 4 essential legal agreements that every startup and small business should have. These are...
Business · November 24, 2022
4 Strategies To Turn Your Side Hustle Into A Booming Business
You have more entrepreneurial ideas than you can count. But where do you start? How do you make enough money so one of your ideas can become a full-time business venture? Getting caught up in all the questions of how to turn your side hustle into a booming business is easy. The good news is 4 proven strategies will make it easier for you to learn how to turn your side hustle into a full-time business. Learn more...
Business · November 17, 2022
How Your Choice Of Business Entity Affects Your Tax Obligations—Part 2
Choosing the right business entity can have a big impact on your tax obligations. How do you decide? You need to start by understanding what relationship your business entity has with the government. In part 2 of this series, we'll cover the tax treatment of the remaining two entity structures: C Corporations and S Corporations along with discussing the benefits and drawbacks related to each one. Read more here...
November 10, 2022
How Your Choice Of Business Entity Affects Your Tax Obligations—Part 1
Need to know how your choice of business entity affects your tax obligations? If you are not cautious, taxes can eat up a large chunk of your profits. Choosing the proper business structure can be complicated, but following our guidelines will help simplify things. Part 1 of this series looks into sole proprietorship, partnerships, and (limited liability company) LLCs. Read more here.
Estate Planning · September 02, 2022
Protect Your Aging Loved Ones From Undue Influence
Given the growing number of seniors, the prevalence of diminished capacity associated with aging, and the concentration of wealth among elderly Baby Boomers, we're likely to see a serious surge in the number of cases involving undue influence in the coming years. This kind of elder abuse can disastrously affect your aging parents' and other senior relatives' estate planning. Be aware, educated, and empowered in knowing what risks are for your elderly loved ones—and for your future inheritance.
Estate Planning · February 11, 2022
4 Reasons Why Estate Planning Is So Essential For Business Owners
It's easy to prioritize other business matters over estate planning when you're running a business. But, in reality, one of your most pressing responsibilities is to consider what would happen to your business if you became incapacitated or died. Although estate planning and business planning may be two distinct tasks, they're inevitably linked. And, because your company is likely your family's most valuable asset, estate planning is critical not only for your company, but also for your family.
Business · July 27, 2021
The Advantages Of Using Arbitration To Avoid Litigation
Whether it’s with an employee, client, a vendor, or a business partner, going to court to resolve a dispute is something you want to avoid at all costs, since even if you wind up winning your case, getting caught in the court process is time-consuming, expensive, and almost never good for your company’s reputation. To this end, the next time you find yourself in a dispute, you might consider attempting to resolve the matter through alternative dispute resolution (ADR).