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Can I Exclude Myself from my Company's Workers Compensation Coverage?
Only a small minority of employees are able to exclude themselves from workers comp. If you're thinking about it, here's what to consider.Aug. 22, 2019
SAFEs vs. Convertible Notes: Which is Best for my Business?
Here are the key differences between convertible notes and SAFEs that should be considered by business owners looking to raise capital.July 29, 2019
Joint Ventures v. Partnerships: Differences Business Owners Need to Know
While both partnerships and joint ventures involve multiple enterprises coming together for a common goal, there are key differences to consider.July 9, 2019
Don’t Underestimate the Taxes When Selling Your Business
Just like any other transaction, the sale of a business is considered a source of income, and sellers are often obligated to pay taxes.June 26, 2019
Can I be Taxed for Gifting My Business?
State and federal agencies want to tax any transfer of ownership, or property—especially if it involves something of value, such as a small business.June 24, 2019
Handing Your Business Over to the Next Generation
Transferring ownership of a business to the next generation can be a tricky process. Learn some of the things to consider before handing over your company.June 14, 2019
DBAs for Unincorporated Businesses
DBAs are utilized by both incorporated and unincorporated businesses, but are most commonly associated with unincorporated businesses.June 10, 2019
Is a Triple-Net (NNN) Lease Right for My Business?
A triple-net lease (also "NNN lease") is a type of commercial lease that specifies who is responsible for which rental expenses.May 28, 2019
Do I Need a DBA for My Business?
A DBA, or d/b/a, is an alias used by the business that allows it to conduct its business under a different name than the one that’s legally registered.May 24, 2019