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Small businesses are feeling optimistic about 2014, with the majority projecting growth despite some uncertainty about the economy, reports Rocket Lawyer’s latest Small Business Survey. In order to promote that growth, small business owners are focusing on marketing and branding. More than
10 Payroll Mistakes Each year, businesses pay millions of dollars in compliance penalties to government agencies. And those agencies are becoming ever more vigilant about enforcing regulations.     This free workshop will help you take the necessary steps to:
Staying Afloat in the Sea of Employment Regulations Managing a business - and keeping track of numerous employment laws - is a major challenge in today's sea of regulations. According to the report, "Small Business Problems & Priorities", compiled by the National Federation of Independent Businesses Research Foundation., the
Is Mediation Your Best Option? Legal disputes are costly, time consuming, emotionally draining, and not good for business. A business dispute is a business illness. If mild, you can work through it, but it still drags you down and impacts profits. If severe, a business dispute can destroy an entire business. Unfortunately,
Establishing a strong brand is important to business success, and your company’s intellectual property can become your company’s most important and valuable asset. However, if your company has not taken the steps to ensure that its name and any other trademarks are available for
When a loan is first issued, the money is committed for the purpose of the loan.  These expenditures are most likely made within the first few months of the loan.  With the money available, there is always a high level of excitement, and progress is made to execute the purpose of the
How to Hire Teens While Staying Sane and Legal Soon, teenagers by the millions will be seeking summer jobs – the vast majority at small businesses coast to coast. An estimated 18 million U.S. teens will work this year, one of the highest totals in the developed world. 
Should startup entrepreneurs be allowed to collect unemployment insurance while they work on their new businesses? Many experts say yes. I recently reported on a new initiative from the U.S. Department of Labor, Self-Employment Assistance Programs (SEA) that allows people on unemployment to
Protecting an Idea Steve Strauss, founder of www.theselfemployed.com, explains how and why business ideas may or may not be able to be protected.
Join us for a step by step overview of the incorporation/formation process.  You will receive an overview of several business entity types and the various considerations that should be made when formalizing your business along with an overview of the steps that are taken when forming a

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