Managing Your Business

Learn how to keep your business running smoothly with tips on hiring practices, improving sales, reducing liabilities, and more.

5 Businesses to Start During a Recession

Do recession-proof businesses exist? What types of businesses you start during a recession? Experts suggest these five start-up ideas are well-suited…

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Why Do I Need a Registered Agent?

Corporations, LLCs, and other business entities need a registered agent. In fact, in many cases, it's required by law.

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What is a Financial Coach and What They Do?

Why investing in their services could be a smart business move, and how financial coaching differs from a financial planner

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How to Obtain a Tax ID Number for an LLC

Be sure to meet your tax obligations as you move forward with your new LLC company.

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NIL: How LegalZoom Can Help Student-Athletes with a Name, Image, and Likeness Game Plan

Setting up a business as a collegiate athlete doesn't have to be complicated. LegalZoom's NIL Game Plan simplifies the process.

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What is a Digital Transformation Strategy, and Why Does Your Business Need One?

Digital operations are the future of business. Companies that embrace this change will be better poised to succeed as the business world continues to…

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How to Handle Sexual Harassment at Work

If you've been the victim of sexual harassment, you have options to remedy the situation and receive compensation.

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How Small Business Can Negotiate with Landlords and Vendors During a Crisis

During uncertain times, business owners may need to negotiate with landlords and vendors to stay afloat. Use these negotiating strategies to maintain…

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How Hispanic Small Business Owners are Building Environmentally-Friendly Businesses

Entrepreneurs are turning environmental concerns into a profit-generating selling feature of their businesses.

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How Hispanic Businesses Are Winning at Hiring Quality Employees

Strategies to get top-notch employees in a tight labor market.

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