You must make a choice about your Business Entity
Of all of the choices you make when starting a business, one of the most important decisions is the type of legal structure you select for your company. Not only will this decision have an impact on how much you pay in taxes, it will affect the amount of paperwork your business is required to do, the personal liability faced by the owners, and your ability to raise money.
Lawyers can be expensive. We all know that. But you can take a few steps to ensure that you avoid any surprises when the bill arrives in the mail (or email). Talk to your lawyer about fees and expenses, and make sure that you understand all the information on fees and costs that your lawyer gives before you sign a fee agreement or retainer agreement. It’s best to ask for it in writing before legal work starts
Employers constantly need to be aware of new laws that affect the employer-employee relationship. The first of the year is a time when this is particularly important because many new state and federal laws take effect on January first of the new year. Compiled below is a look at some of the important laws that have changed as of January 1, 2016.
Sometime we see ourselves straying from our promises to self about hitting the gym each day or avoiding the mac’n’cheese (my personal weakness). It probably makes you feel like you’re failing, but there is no reason for self-flagellating.
Instead, you should step away from the major life overhauls, and pick smaller wins and goals that are much more likely to work for you.
Author: Aimee Haynes
I motivate, I blog, I listen, I give advice, I help, I create, I work with others, I stand my ground when needed, and I am always open to new ideas. In addition to the qualities that define me most, I'm also a Corporate Law attorney working with entrepreneurs, creatives, and small businesses to help them achieve success.