Questions to Consider When Deciding on a Business Entity TypeSeptember12
Deciding on an entity type for your business is incredibly important. Selecting the right entity type helps to define your business and how it will be legally structured and taxed, as well as its capacity for growth. It’s important to make these decisions earlier rather than later, as the entity you choose could impact your business and both your corporate and personal liability exposure down the road.
What Makes A Contract?July30
In most cases, contracts and business negotiations go hand-in-hand. While verbal agreements are technically legal, they can often cause conflict over specific details, especially if one party believes the contract has been breached. Contracts between two entities are becoming more nuanced and detailed in an effort to make any and all possibilities clear should problems arise. Let’s take a look at some contract basics to see how different contracts can potentially be utilized between parties.
Why You Need To Reevaluate Your Estate Planning After A Second MarriageApril26
Estate planning can sometimes be a stressful process when considering what will happen to your assets after you die. This is because you want to ensure your loved ones have your best interests at heart when it comes to how your estate and personal effects are distributed. Not only that, but in the event you go through a divorce or lose a spouse and enter into a second marriage, this process can become even more daunting.