Leasing commercial space for your business can be pretty daunting. There are several things you, as a prospective tenant, should think about prior to going down the commercial leasing path. Here, we’ll briefly discuss a few of the more important
When you form an LLC in Nevada, you're asked whether the entity will be Member-Managed or Manager-Managed.
The owners of the LLC are called "members." As owners, members have broad discretion to run the company any way they see fit, restricted
Are you a small business owner entertaining the thought of entering into a commercial lease for your operation? If so, leases can be pretty intimidating (and dreadfully boring), and there are several common pitfalls you should be aware of. We’ll
Did you receive a letter from a lawyer, or, heaven forbid, Getty Images, stating that you used an image without permission? Does that letter also demand an alarming amount of money for this transgression? "But I didn't know it was
Are you the sole owner of your company? If so, do you have a succession plan in place for your business? You do? That's great. Does it pass muster with your bank? If your brow is furrowed and a cartoon
Though you started out as best friends, spouses, siblings, or college roommates, you and your business partner(s) now have each other's headshot on a dartboard. You're losing sleep, the company is losing clients, patience is wearing thin, and everyone is
In order to open a bank account for your business entity, you have to present Articles of Organization/Incorporation and an EIN, which is an Employer Identification Number issued by the IRS. In order to apply for an EIN number, you
You have a new idea and you've got a guy who has connections or resources or ways to help get that idea off the ground. It's clear you want to work together. The assumption is, often, that you'll "simply" form
Goodness gracious. Every time I think regulations affecting small businesses can't get any more onerous, I'm proven wrong.
From the ACA to state and local regulations that place a disproportionate (IMO) burden on employers to prove their compliance with the law,