Category: Business Protection
A fictitious business name, a DBA and an assumed business name are all labels that are routinely bandied about when it comes to what you should be calling your company. The big secret? They are all essentially the same, with no real difference between them.
It doesn’t matter if you’re running a limited liability company (LLC) or a nonprofit corporation — you’re almost certainly vulnerable to cyber crime.
Consider this virtual business address (also called a virtual mailbox address) as a kind of a mail forwarding service. You won’t be bogged down by endless amounts of junk mail — and you’ll get some amazing perks along with it,
Here are a few common legal contracts for small businesses that every entrepreneur should have in place.
If you want extra protection for both your personal and business liability, you may want to purchase liability insurance for your LLC. Here we’ll dig into the details of liability, tell you what your LLC provides and let you know why you should purchase liability insurance.
To clarify the relationship between nonprofit corporations and DBA filing, we’ll begin by discussing what it means to use a DBA name.
We carry life insurance, car insurance, home insurance, and flood insurance. But what about your business? Do you have enough business insurance to protect what you are building?
Have you filed a DBA, but now want to change it? Find out if you can have more than one DBA and what the benefits and drawbacks might be.
Electronic business signatures are a way to quickly and efficiently receive, sign and send back agreements, checks, invoices, legal documents, etc.
Want to go much bigger than just your LLC can handle? Here’s how you can set up a DBA franchise business under your existing LLC.