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Get 25 Lawyer-Approved Legal Contracts with Incfile's Contract Library Add-On

You're an entrepreneur and business owner (but probably not a lawyer), so it can be both surprising and intimidating when you start digging in to research all the legally binding documentation you'll...

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How to Choose the Right Business Liability Insurance for Your Small Business

Every business needs to be prepared for certain risks; whether it is knowing the best business checking accounts for your LLC or buying the right business insurance. But in addition to considering...

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Renew These Small Business Contracts in 2022

Unless you have a passion for legal documents, renewing contracts isn't typically a fun task.

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10 Types of Business Insurance Your Small Business Needs

If you've filed an LLC for your business, then you already have substantially more protection from your business structure than you would with a sole proprietorship.

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How Influencers Can Stay Out of Trouble with the Right Business Contracts and Agreements

You've spent the time building your influencer business and gaining a good following. Now your chance has come to partner with a brand or client!

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How to Protect Your Digital Footprint As a Small Business Owner

With so much of our lives online these days, our digital footprints are growing ever wider. However, as a small business owner, this undoubtedly creates a heightened sense of anxiety surrounding the...

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15 Most Essential Business Contracts Your Small Business Needs in 2022

The last couple of years have been hard for many small businesses. As the landscape continues to show signs of progress and improvement, 2022 presents a myriad of opportunities to set your small...

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Guide to Employment Contracts for Small Businesses for Smooth Hirings in 2022

As a small business owner, you might feel that employment contracts are unnecessary, especially if you’re just working with a contractor or remote assistant. However, there are certain legal...

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What Is Public Liability Insurance? How Do I Know My Business Needs It?

As a small business owner, you might think you don't need insurance, but here's the reality — even one customer slip and fall accident can cost you approximately $35,000.

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Save Up to $150,000 in Litigation: Critical Things to Watch Out for Before Signing a Business Contract

As a small business owner, you might have entered an agreement or started work based on good faith as opposed to a signed contract. But what if there is a disagreement over product delivery or an...