Legal & Insurance
A good lawyer is an important component of any business, big or small. His/Her knowledge can help you to negotiate through the complex legal and financial maze of your business - and also help you to avoid any speed bumps along the way.
In today’s economy, having a good healthcare plan for your employees is critical to retaining them. Here’s a comprehensive overview of the FSA and HSA – two commonly confused health plans.
If you are planning to start a business, it is essential that you know the laws pertaining to different aspects of your proposed venture. Failure to do so can result in serious problems and land you in financial or legal trouble.
Contracts are a very important part of your small business. They secure your business and any deals and agreements related to it. Many small business owners are not too fond of business contracts, as they do not want to offend their clients. But your insistence on using contracts shows your professionalism - and goes a long way toward protecting all parties involved.
If you are starting a small business, you have several responsibilities. Like any other business, there are several legal aspects to owning a small business which, if not dealt with properly, may land you in the midst of lawsuits.
When running a business, there are a myriad of laws to follow. Here's why having a lawyer for your business is very important.
To insure your business, you want the best insurance at the best price. The first step in getting the right business insurance is to get the right insurance agent.
Learn about different sources of legal knowledge.
A business license permits you to engage in any legally authorized business activity in any city or location. Your new business needs one or more licenses and tax IDs before legally starting its operations. This requirement applies to all businesses, even an Internet business.
When an inventor eventually does file a regular patent, they will do so for a product that they know will sell and earn profits and at the same time the product is protected from copyright infringement. The validity of the Provisional Patent application starts from the date of filing the application, and is non-extendable.