Understanding the purpose of your board and the roles for directors and officer will help you effectively hit the ground running after incorporation.
Intellectual Property (IP) is often a company’s most valuable asset. Learn more about trademarks, patents and copyrights.
One of the first and most important decisions a new business owner will make is developing a name for the business. Learn how to do your legal homework.
Although running a business as a sole proprietorship may be simple and affordable, you might benefit from forming an LLC or corporation instead.
As a freelancer, you may have heard that forming an LLC provides liability protection. While this is true, it is not an impenetrable shield.
To protect your business in social media and beyond, learn the importance of registering for federal trademark protection for your business name.
If you operate your business as an LLC or corporation (depending on the state in which your company is registered), you may need to publish an annual report.
An ACORD certificate is proof that you have the amount and kind of liability insurance the client requires for the project. Learn what you need to do. Read more
An explanation of franchising vs. licensing, with advantages and disadvantages of each to help entrepreneurs make wise business decisions.
Since where you incorporate can have real ramifications for your company, let’s look at some of the myths and realities of out-of-state incorporation.