Managing Your Business

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

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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5 E-Commerce Must-Haves That Will Save You Time and Money

These tools can help you manage orders and stay on top of marketing.

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What Is a Digital Strategy and Why Does Your Business Need One?

Developing a digital strategy and tweaking it over time will help your business shine online, reach more customers, and achieve greater success.

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Release of Liability Form: Definition, Types, and Use Cases for Creatives

A release of liability form is designed to safeguard you against lawsuits by planning for and addressing potential disputes.

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5 Reasons Legal Services Shouldn't Be Overlooked in a Recession

Legal advice can seem too expensive during a recession, but doing away with it in certain areas could cost you big time in the long run. Here are…

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Maintaining Tax Exempt Status in a Nonprofit

Keep your tax-exempt status up to date and in compliance, so you can get on with the business you really care about.

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Are You Still Using Your Personal Bank Account for Your Business?

It may seem like an unnecessary step, but separating your bank accounts can protect you in more ways than one.

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Noncompete Agreements Explained

A noncompete agreement is a contract used to reduce competition by prohibiting former employees from taking certain jobs after leaving the company.

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Corporate Resolution Basics

A corporate resolution is a legal document that outlines actions a board of directors will take on behalf of a corporation.

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What Is an EIN and Does Your Business Need One?

An Employer Identification Number (EIN) is relatively easy to obtain and a useful—sometimes mandatory—tool when starting a new business or…

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