Business Law-When Investigating A Business Partner

Posted in Blog, Business Law by on June 4th, 2013

Owning your own business can present many challenges and difficulties. Having a partner can ease the pressures of owning a business to begin with, and many extremely successful businesses are built on strong partnerships. What if partners are not being completely up front with each other in their business dealings? Or one partner is suspicious that the other partner is stealing from the business o… Read More

Is Your ‘Independent Contractor’ Actually an Employee?

Posted in Blog, Business Law by on April 9th, 2013

Tax season is upon us, and small business owners may be feeling the pressure that many people associate with tax time. Sorting receipts, filing paper work, making sure that everything is in order.  If you are a small business owner and have employees or independent contractors, there are some important things you should know about how you file for them. Many business owners may classify their… Read More

Choosing a Legal Structure for your New Business

Posted in Business Law by on February 7th, 2013

Starting your own new business? The dream may have turned into reality due to downsizing at a job.  Even as a small business owner, it’s important to make sure you are up-to-date with recent developments in business law to set your new business apart from the rest. Choosing a legal structure may be one of the most important issues at the start-up of your new business.  The three basic struc… Read More

Selling a Business

Posted in Business Law by on January 18th, 2013

You only sell your business once.  That thought alone may be enough to keep you up at night when you decide it’s time to cash in on your years of hard work — as if there isn’t enough pressure associated with every step of the sale of a business. But there’s much you can do to prepare for the sale, and it’s not a bad idea to start thinking about it long before the day arrives. If you… Read More