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What Happens When a Business Owner/Partner Dies?

Ever wonder what would happen if your business partner dies or if you die while you’re a business owner. Answers to your questions are on our blog.

Climate Index Analysis: Best and Worst States for Small Business Taxes

Wondering which state is the best for small business taxes? The Tax Foundation’s State Business Tax Climate Index is a good place to start your analysis. Learn more.

4 Myths About Entrepreneurship

There are plenty of myths about entrepreneurship/business ownership that you’ve probably heard over the years. Read more to debunk some of these myths.

How to Leverage Video Marketing for Your Small Business

Leveraging video for your small business through social media can be a great marketing tactic. Here’s how to get the most ROI for your video marketing.

I’m Closing My Business – Should I Dissolve the Entity?

If you are closing your business, you may want to consider dissolving your entity as well. Here are a few key reasons why.

Why Aren’t More Business Owners Obtaining Trademarks?

Intellectual property means a lot when differentiating yourself from other businesses. Why aren’t more people using a business trademark to protect IP?

How to Hire a CPA for Your Small Business

If you’re ready for next-level financial planning and strategy for your small business, you’ll want to hire your own CPA. Here’s how to do it right.

The Rise of the Serial Entrepreneur

If you have a passion for starting businesses and are always coming up with new business ideas, you might be a serial entrepreneur. Learn more…

How to Incorporate and Operate a Multi-State Food Truck Business

Food trucks are more popular than ever, but the process of starting a food truck business can be complicated. Here’s how you can start.

How to Handle a Breach of Your Small Business Contract

Learn what you can do if your small business contract is breached. Covers remedies for a breach of contract, filing a lawsuit, demand letters and resolution.