If you operate your business as an LLC or corporation (depending on the state in which your company is registered), you may need to publish an annual report.
An ACORD certificate is proof that you have the amount and kind of liability insurance the client requires for the project. Learn what you need to do. Read more
Business insurance can make all the difference in landing a huge project or convincing a customer to choose your business over your competition.
An explanation of franchising vs. licensing, with advantages and disadvantages of each to help entrepreneurs make wise business decisions.
Since where you incorporate can have real ramifications for your company, let’s look at some of the myths and realities of out-of-state incorporation.
As an employer, you’re responsible for understanding and upholding legally allowed absences. Which ones do you know about? And is your business in compliance? Read more
What’s the difference between an S Corporation and a C Corporation? Read this blog to learn whether an S Corp or C Corp is the best fit for your small business.
Every retailer selling goods over state lines should understand modern interpretations of nexus and what it means for their business.
Every business should have a buy-sell agreement from day one. It sets fair value for an individual's share in the company to prevent possible legal conflicts.