Category: Legal

7 Ways To Protect Your Business and Website by @hyggewellness

by Sam Vander Wielen | Featured Contributor Hi friends! I help women entrepreneurs protect themselves and their businesses with DIY legal templates and resources. If you’re a coach, entrepreneur, or creative with a website, you need to think about whether you’re protecting yourself and your business online. I know this stuff gets super confusing. But […]

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Is There a Right Time to Register a Trademark? by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Most entrepreneurs know that one of the smartest moves they can make to protect the assets of their small business is to file for a trademark. After all, this mark keeps your intellectual property — including unique logos, designs, and phrases — from being compromised by competitors and ensures that […]

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3 Compliance Tips for Entrepreneurs Setting up Multiple Businesses by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor You know what’s better than owning one small business? Owning two — or maybe even three or four! If an entrepreneur has an existing, successful startup and is passionate about creating products or services for other industries, it’s worth making the leap into establishing multiple businesses. However, before you begin […]

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Copyright: Avoiding Copycats … and Avoiding Being One by @LegallySavvySBO

by Susan Burns | Featured Contributor  One area of the law that has become significantly LESS complicated over the last 35 years is copyright law. Even though it is much easier to comply, it is an area where  even the most experienced business owners make mistakes. Learn how you can easily avoid two of those mistakes: Incorrect copyright […]

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10 Items to Cross Off Your End-of-Year Small Business Checklist by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor The countdown is officially on — less than a month stands between entrepreneurs and the New Year! As small business owners look forward to a fresh slate and new opportunities, they’re also filing documents to report changes made to the business and working hard to wrap up the year’s […]

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3 Steps to Hire Internationally for Your Business by @visastoamerica

by Renee Pobjecky Have you ever been trying to fill a specific position at your company and you just can’t find the right fit? Maybe you have been keeping your search too local. The right employee may be located overseas! Using the H-1B visa system to hire a foreign worker can help you fill specialty […]

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4 Strategic Tips For Paying Off Your Business Debt in 2017 by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor I had originally considered writing this post with advice for getting out of business debt before the end of 2016, but realized within the given time frame it’s not exactly feasible for most entrepreneurs. Frankly, making fast payments is also not the smart way to approach debt either. No […]

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Is Your Social Media Campaign Opening You Up To Liability? by @DeborahSweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Companies offering goods for sale have wisely embraced social media to get their products out to as many people as they can. Oftentimes, these companies employ creative marketing campaigns that draw people to their products. These marketing campaigns can help your business grow exponentially with some smart and flashy […]

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5 Ways to Protect Your Business During Divorce by @emersonlawFL

by Cody Emerson As a woman in the male-dominated world of business, you must work harder and put in longer hours, all while trying to find balance with your home and family. It is stressful and challenging, and can sometimes lead to unexpected consequences, namely divorce. Divorce is a rearrangement of your entire life, including […]

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