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When Does an LLC Needs Workers’ Compensation?

Required in all 50 states, workers’ compensation insurance reimburses an employee for an on-the-job injury.

How Cyber Theft Technology Affects Small Businesses

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.

Common Legal Contracts: Your Small Business Needs

Here are a few common legal contracts for small businesses that every entrepreneur should have in place.

Key Insurance Options for Small Businesses

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?

What States Allow Electronic Business Signatures?

Electronic business signatures are a way to quickly and efficiently receive, sign and send back agreements, checks, invoices, legal documents, etc.

Where Can I Find a Notary Public, and Why Might I Need One?

There are several occasions where you may need a notary public for your business or personal purposes.

You Need to Do These Legal Tasks Before Starting Your Business

A legal professional will make the process go much more smoothly and ensure it’s done correctly up front.

LLCs can prevent fraud, embezzlement with simple steps

Small businesses are often hit harder by fraud and embezzlement than larger companies. According to the American Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, companies with fewer than 100 employees make up

How to Maintain Your Real Estate Business with Proper Permits, Licenses, Insurance & Other Legalities

We’ve gathered a quick checklist for you to follow to ensure you have the right permits, licenses, insurance and other business components.

Achieve Corporate Compliance by Following These Corporation Rules and Regulations

The last thing you want for your brand-new business is to run afoul of federal or state regulations you weren’t aware of. To avoid risk of business dissolution, it’s important