Posts tagged with "business planning"



Business · April 27, 2021
4 Business Lessons You Don't Have to Learn The Hard Way
Starting your own business can be exciting and scary at the same time. You are bound to make numerous mistakes along the way, yet you'll often discover that some of your biggest mistakes will later become your greatest strengths. Most of the lessons we learn and the knowledge we gain are learned the hard way. But if you can learn the lessons before making the mistakes, you can gain the advantage that much earlier and free yourself from the struggle of getting it wrong.
Business · April 20, 2021
What You Should Know About the Corporate Transparency Act
Included within the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act passed on January 1, 2021, is the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) that requires certain small businesses based in the U.S. to report the identities of their owners and organizers to the Department of Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. It's an update to the federal government's anti-money laundering laws and designed to crack down on shell companies created for illicit financial activities.
Business · April 13, 2021
Thinking About Starting a Nonprofit? Here's What You Should Know - Part 2
You don’t want to launch a nonprofit just to avoid the “business” aspects of running a business. You should form a nonprofit because you are passionate about its mission and want to benefit your community through your organization. That said, if your nonprofit is going to succeed, you’ll still need a head for business, and access to the proper legal, insurance, financial, and tax (LIFT) systems, which form the foundation of any successful company.
Business · April 06, 2021
Thinking About Starting a Nonprofit? Here's What You Should Know - Part 1
Starting a nonprofit organization can be a great way to give back to your community while working for a cause you are passionate about. That said, if you are starting a nonprofit simply to avoid some of the more unsavory aspects of running a business, you should seriously reconsider. When running a nonprofit, you’ll be working in service to your mission rather than in service to yourself or to the other owners of your business—and that’s because there are no “owners” of nonprofits!
Business · March 30, 2021
4 Warning Signs To Watch For When Choosing a  Trademark Registration Service—Part 2
The entire process to register your trademark often takes many months and sometimes over a year to complete. So if you see a service promising to trademark your brand in mere minutes or even that same day, that’s a big red flag. Working with an experienced lawyer to support and advise you throughout the registration process is the best thing to protect your business. But if you decide to take the DIY route, at least now you know some of the warning signs to watch for to avoid getting scammed.
Business · March 23, 2021
4 Warning Signs To Watch For When Choosing a  Trademark Registration Service—Part 1
When launching a new business, securing appropriate legal protection for your company's intellectual property (IP) is your top priority. Since you're just getting your company up and running, finding a much reasonable priced trademark registration service is the best. But with so many trademark services out there and with all types of DIY legal services you find online, you should approach web-based trademark registration services with extreme caution.
Business · March 16, 2021
How to Move a Business to Another State
Moving a business to another state involves several decisions and steps. A business owner may relocate a business for various reasons, including increased real estate costs, business taxes, business regulations, changes in the target market, or even personal or family reasons. But relocating your residence from one state to another is much more complicated and difficult to determine what to do first because the steps needed for a successful move vary depending on your business structure.
Business · March 09, 2021
Selling Your Small Business: What You Should Know
Establishing and running a successful small business is an extremely rewarding experience. For small business owners, deciding when and how to sell your business is arguably even more consequential, but if you're guided by the right factors that should be considered before putting up the proverbial for sale sign, you can smoothly transition ownership of the small business you spent your lifetime building —and you can begin the next chapter of your life.
Business · March 02, 2021
Does Your Website Need a Privacy Policy or Term of Use?
Conversations about data privacy policies and website terms of use have become more common in recent months. Large companies have been involved in litigation concerning agreements that address these very issues. “What are these agreements? “Do I need them on my website? These are the most common questions business owners have in mind. Ensure that your website has all the legal agreements in place to protect your business, especially if your business engaging with customers via the website.
Business · February 23, 2021
Choosing the Right Lawyer to Handle Your First Lawsuit  or Business Conflict
Facing a lawsuit can be challenging. As much as possible, you want the whole thing to be over quickly and don't want to settle in for the long haul. However, your litigation will not be resolved without going to court, and the best way to help you deal with this conflict is to find the right lawyer. So how do you choose the best lawyer for your situation? Here are some tips to help you hire the right lawyer for your case.

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