Who Owns A Limited Liability Company (LLC)?
https://youtu.be/bd5aXTeR0OM Ever wonder about how a limited liability company is owned? Want to start an LLC but don’t know where to start? Check out today’s video to know if you can own an LLC. NOTICE: The information on this website does not constitute legal advice. You should not rely on
How To Form A Limited Liability Company (LLC)?
https://youtu.be/5PBzU5fBR0s Are you a sole proprietor running a business? Have you considered transitioning to an LLC? Check out this video that will walk you through the steps required to get started or make the transition. Let me know if you have any questions in the comments below. I’m here to
What Is A Fictitious Business Name Statement (aka “DBA”)?
https://youtu.be/RJM7VJPy24U So you want to start a business? There is a lot of confusing information out there. In this video I break down what a ficititious business name statement (aka “Doing Business As” or “DBA”) is, what it does (and does not do), and how to get one. If you
What Is a Sole Proprietor?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFdv0BX0nI0 Have you always dreamed about starting your own business? Not really sure of where to go or what to do? Check out today’s video that discusses how to start your own business. NOTICE: The information on this website does not constitute legal advice. You should not rely on any
Why Should You Form a Limited Liability Company (LLC)?
In this video, I speak with a business startup attorney about the benefits of forming a limited liability company (LLC). We’ll discuss the different types of LLCs and the benefits they offer, and we’ll answer some questions you may have about starting an LLC. If you’re interested in starting a
How to Attract Stellar Employees for Your Small Business
Although 58 percent of small business owners indicated that they had hired or tried to hire employees, 86 percent found that there were few or no qualified applicants for their open positions. Nevertheless, there are some strategies that your small business can use to attract excellent employees, even in a tight job market.
What Small Business Owners Should Know About Business Credit
For a small business to grow, it is often necessary to borrow money. The Small Business Administration reports that the inability to obtain funding is one of the main obstacles that prevents small businesses from expanding their operations. To increase your business’s chances of obtaining much-needed funding, it is important
Can Your Small Business Write Off Bad Debts?
Despite your best efforts to work only with customers or clients you believe will pay for the goods or services your business provides and to diligently collect delinquent amounts owed, you will almost inevitably have to deal with bad debts occasionally. Sometimes, the IRS allows you to take a bad
4 Reasons to Consider Changing Your Business Structure
As your small business expands and evolves, it may make sense to consider changing its structure. Many small businesses start as sole proprietorships or partnerships, with only one or two owners and no employees. Over time, as your business grows and changes, a more complex business structure may become beneficial.
Summer is Here: Should Your Small Business Have a Vacation Policy?
There is no legal requirement for businesses to offer paid or unpaid vacation time to employees, but it is common knowledge (and common sense) that employees who occasionally take time off are more productive and engaged when they return to work. If you offer vacation time to your employees, a
What You Need to Know About Non-Compete Agreements for Your Employees
A small business that has invested substantial resources in developing a product or a customer base could be devastated if its employees then go to work for a competitor down the street or set up their own competing business. A non-competition agreement is an important tool that could protect your
Steps to Protect Your Small Business from Non-Paying Customers
Unfortunately, most businesses must deal with non-paying customers at least occasionally. You can safeguard the time and money you have invested in your small business by taking several steps, both to lessen the likelihood of nonpayment and to obtain the amount owed once a customer has failed to make a