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  • Reducing Risk: 3 Business Agreements to Decrease Your Liability Risk Those new to the business world often lack the first-hand experience of initiating and building healthy business relationships. But protecting these vital relationships with carefully crafted business agreements—such as those for co-owners, suppliers and clients—is essential to growing a new business without risk of being taken advantage of or of burning valuable bridges. To decrease …
  • Business Conflict: Tips for Settling Business Disputes, Part II In part 1, we discussed the importance of knowing how to negotiate business deals and mitigate conflict whenever possible. Besides being a financial drain, business disputes can also create conflicts that require precious time and energy to resolve. Setting clear boundaries and realistic expectations when making professional agreements is essential in setting yourself up for …
  • Business Conflict: Tips for Settling Business Disputes, Part I A large part of being a successful company owner is knowing how to make deals and mitigate business conflict when it arises. When in a dispute over a deal or an agreement that has been made, the potential costs are endless. The potential cost of litigation, the potential cost of loss of reputation, the potential …
  • When Duty Calls: Navigating the Sandwich Generation with Ease The average age of parents raising children in the US continues to rise, leaving many middle-aged Americans in a category commonly referred to as the sandwich generation. This growing population of professionals often raise kids at home when they become responsible for the care of their own aging parents. The stress and financial strain of …
  • Hire a Bookkeeper to Manage Your Business Records While you are busy marketing and growing your business, you should make sure you employ a reliable and organized bookkeeper to manage your records.
  • How to Spring Clean Your Legal and Financial Affairs Spring has officially sprung and that means it’s spring cleaning time. Shake out the rugs, clean out the cupboards, and get your legal and financial affairs in order. For plenty of folks, it’s easy to know what to do when it comes to home organization, but the idea of legal and financial ordering can be …
  • 5 Common Startup Legal Mistakes to Avoid It seems that everywhere you look, a new startup is trying to make it big with a game-changing idea. But, it’s only the ones that can turn that idea into reality that reach business success. Too many startups fail to make the transition from idea to execution or encounter major setbacks along the way. In …
  • The Importance of Leaving a Business Legacy As a business leader, you have the ability to make an impact, inspire future generations and leave a legacy of your leadership. But too often, leaders in the business world fail to consider how to accomplish these lofty goals until it’s too late. Leaving a business legacy isn’t as simple as wisely planning your retirement. …
  • Avvo Legal Guide: The 4 Pillars of a Solid Business Foundation This excerpt, courtesy of A.J. Yolofsky, Family Business Laywer®, was originally published on Avvo. The guide can be read in full here. This guide will give you information about the four pillars upon which every business foundation is based. Ignoring your business’ foundation means you are essentially flying by the seat of your pants not …
  • A Comprehensive Guide to Small Business Audits Audits can happen to any business. Small businesses are no exception. The IRS can conduct an audit on your business when your tax filing contains questionable deductions, your business is of particular interest to the IRS or by random selection. Contrary to popular belief, being audited doesn’t necessarily mean you did anything wrong. And for …