Managing Your Business

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

What Is the Owner of an LLC Called?

You aren’t required to use any particular title, but you do need to make sure that the title you choose is appropriate and doesn’t mislead anyone.

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What Is a Tax Holiday? And How Do They Affect Small Businesses?

A tax holiday temporarily suspends a type of sales tax, increasing consumer interest and possibly increasing revenue for small businesses, but there…

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How to Place Property in an LLC

Whether you own rental property or are setting up a new business, you may want to transfer some of your personal assets to an LLC to pull out equity…

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How Do I Add Another Owner to My LLC?

The process is straightforward, so long as you understand the consequences of adding an owner to your business.

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Using a Home Business Address vs. Virtual Business Address

A virtual business address can solve some of the problems, such as privacy concerns, that can arise when running your business from your home.

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Can an LLC Transfer to Another State?

If you're relocating your business to another state, you'll likely want to register there. Here's how to do it.

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5 Things Business Owners Should Know About Trademarks

Inventing and protecting trademarks is key to starting your business—they define who you are and what you do. Keeping them safe is easier than you…

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5 Things to Expect During Your First 90 Days as a Business Owner

Boost your chances for success by getting to know your customers, hiring a talented team, and making smart investments.

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How to Change a Business Address for an LLC

Informing the appropriate agencies of your LLC's address change is crucial so you can continue operating your business without a hitch.

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How Do I Transfer Title of a Property From a Person to an LLC?

Transferring your real estate holdings to an LLC may limit your personal liability for claims or lawsuits involving the property.

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