What You Need to Know about Buy-Sell Agreements

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If you are a business owner, you probably worry about your bottom line, employee retention, and health insurance premiums, but have you also considered what will happen to your business if you are in an accident? What if your business partner gets divorced and your partner’s ex-spouse is awarded part ownership of the business and wants to make decisions affecting …

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Ask Cari: What You Need to Know about Buy-Sell Agreements

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If you are a business owner, you probably worry about your bottom line, employee retention, and health insurance premiums, but have you also considered what will happen to your business if you are in an accident? What if your business partner gets divorced and your partner’s ex-spouse is awarded part ownership of the business and wants to make decisions affecting …

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Understanding Corporate Management: Who Is Really in Charge?

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When you decide to form a business, one legal entity type you can choose is the corporation. The corporation is one of the more complex but also one of the most trusted legal business forms. A key consideration is the way a corporation is managed: it has an intricate structure, built-in oversight, and a somewhat flexible ownership scheme. Corporate structure …

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Ask Cari: What Is the Difference between a Limited Liability Company and a Corporation?

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When starting a business, a business owner must first choose which type of entity to create. Two of the most popular entity types are the limited liability company (LLC) and the corporation. Choosing between these two types of entities can be difficult for business owners who are not familiar with the unique features of each type. To choose the right …

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Ask Cari: Should My Small Business Have a Vacation Policy?

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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 decide to offer vacation time to your employees, a well-drafted vacation policy will help to ensure that …

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8 Simple Cost Saving Measures for Small Business Owners

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All successful businesses do their best to save money, improve efficiency, and increase profits whenever and wherever possible.  This is especially necessary for small businesses on a tight budget.  While there are numerous ways to save money, these eight cost-saving measures are among the easiest to implement: Bargain. Bargaining with vendors is one way to save money.  Examples are working …

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