Category: Small Business Advice
The best way to protect yourself and your business is to trademark your business name. A trademark means having the legal ownership and protection rights over a design, logo, name, symbol, word, etc.
Here are some tips on how you can improve your business productivity and leave the office feeling accomplished instead of overwhelmed.
We’ll talk you through the key areas you’ll want to consider before taking the legal plunge of starting your own law firm.
The Solopreneur Hour podcast shares insights, strategies, life-lessons, and more through various interviews with people from different markets and channels.
The IRS has created an easy-to-follow video called “Your Guide to An IRS Audit” to explain exactly what an IRS audit for a small business entails.
When starting and operating an LLC or any other business structure, it’s important to remember that building a profitable company also means building a brand. It’s easy to think of a brand as simply a logo and tagline, but there are several other factors that you should consider as well. This feature is designed to help you construct a powerful brand and message that resonates with your market.
Here are a few tips on how new real estate agents can get started with a strong foundation for business success.
Here’s our handy guide to choosing the perfect state depending on various legal issues, market demand, taxation rates, job markets and more.
If you’re new to the digital nomad life, paying taxes when working remotely can feel overwhelming. Do you get a tax break if you’re not living in the U.S.? Do traveling business expenses count as a write-off? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered on everything you need to know to cover your taxes as a digital nomad. In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to pay U.S. taxes when you’re working abroad.
Here is what you need to know about the process for non-U.S. citizens or foreign resident business owners to get a business EIN in the U.S.