Um...with a pen?
Seriously, though. It sounds simple, but you should consider the implications of how you sign documents on behalf of your company. As a business owner you have a split personality. In any situation, you will be either Jane
No, it doesn't involve a safety pin or have anything to do with a wedding. This is one of those often-used yet rarely-explained phrases that every small business owner should understand.
If formed and managed properly, corporations and LLCs are treated as
I often speak with business owners who are ready to hire workers. While this is a big step for a small business, many owners believe they can avoid paying employment taxes simply by calling these workers independent contractors. I hate
Last week I was on the panel for a continuing legal education class at the UNLV Boyd School of Law called "How to Start a Law Practice." The audience was comprised of law students, recent graduates, and licensed attorneys. We had
Last Christmas I asked for, and received, a bread machine. Like I did with my Barbie Dreamhouse at 5 years old, I tore into the packaging and briefly read the directions. I furiously unpacked the machine and set
What is it? "Owners' Agreement" is a general term that can refer to any document that addresses issues like owners' rights, compensation systems, succession planning, management roles, and shareholder disputes.
Seems counterintuitive, doesn't it? Shouldn't everyone looking to start a business already have an idea of what they want to do? Not necessarily.
Head to your nearest bookstore, grab the October/November 2009 issue of Business Week's Small Biz, and read "Beyond
You should. I'm sure you expect that kind of response from a lawyer, but it's vitally important to not only read, but understand, every document that bears your signature.
This rule is especially important when dealing with commercial leases, which are
Under Title 7 of the Nevada Revised Statutes, every entity doing business in the state of Nevada, with few exceptions, is required to maintain a state business license. These licenses were previously issued by the Nevada Department of Taxation, but