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With tax day looming, everyone worries what papers are critical to keep and for how long. Do I really need that credit card receipt from five years ago? Can I throw away this year’s bank statements? Where’s my W2? If you’re a business owner, those worries magnify. Here’s
We continue our series on Business Protection Tips. Last week we talked about the first of five tips to address business risks from day one. Here are the rest of our 10 tips to avoid business risk: Be Cautious When Fundraising Even though there are provisions in some states that enable
In last week's blog, A Guide to the S Corporation, you learned the definition, tax benefits, and requirements of an S corporation. In this blog post, you'll learn how to form an S corporation in 3 steps. Step 1. Form a corporation or LLC Corporations and LLCs are formed at the state
This free online business workshop will help you understand the importance of business contracts. In this course, we'll identify when your company needs to use a contract, what to look for when reading a contract, and explore common business contracts used. You'll also learn what you
Este taller de negocios online gratis te ayudará: identificar formas su empresa puede crecer y atraer a nuevos socios e inversores.  
This free online business workshop will provide an overview of different legal structures and help you decide which is best for your company.  
Your small business insurance is there to protect you. As a small business owner, you know every dollar counts. You do everything you can to cut costs, but small business insurance is not something you should go without. Accidents happen, and you have to defend yourself if you’re sued
How to Avoid Being a Chargeback Chump Merchant account chargebacks are a dreaded event for any business that accepts credit or debit cards. Chargebacks are basically transactions that are disputed by cardholders, resulting in a reversal of original amount that was credited to your business. They are expensive, time consuming, subject
Late or non-paying clients are a hard fact of business. Small businesses in particular are vulnerable because they lack the accounting and legal resources to deal with these customers, with collections falling squarely on the shoulders of the business owner. Likewise, smaller firms and sole

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