If you are running your business with one or more partners, having a clear and complete partnership agreement in place is essential for those moments when the group doesn’t quite see eye to eye.
Articles by Expert Nellie Akalp
Choosing the right legal structure for your company will be one of the key decisions you’ll make when starting a business.
Your actions and interactions on your personal social media accounts can work for your business and your professional reputation—or they can work against you.
If we want a business climate that allows each of us to succeed and thrive, we must find ways to come together and heal the deep divisions in our world today.
Could your networking habits be turning off other professionals and causing you to lose out on business opportunities? Avoid these networking no-nos.
If you’ve been considering expanding your LLC or corporation into a state beyond the one your company is incorporated in, you may likely need to register your business in that state.
No matter what type of business you operate, you’re bound to experience slow paying customers. Here are several tips on how to deal with late payments and motivate clients to pay you promptly in the future.
Although protecting your small business from lost time and brand damage done by employees on social media is important, you need to approach creating a social media policy with care.
Not abiding by the rules (even if unintentionally) set by the CAN-SPAM Act might land your business in legal hot water and burden you with financial penalties.
You’ve registered your business name with the state, and now you might be wondering, “Should I take the extra step of filing for a trademark?”