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4 Ways Your Business Can Keep the Clients You Have

Even in normal circumstances, it’s crucial for you and your company to do everything possible to keep the clients with which you already do business. That isn’t just because of the obvious benefit of keeping revenue streams alive; it’s also several times more expensive to procure and onboard new clients than it would be to Read More

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What You Need to Do Before Hiring Your First Employee in Florida

Congratulations! After months (or years) of tireless work, your business has finally expanded to the point where you feel comfortable bringing aboard an extra pair of hands. This blog will focus on what you need to do to hire and onboard your employee effectively (and in accordance with applicable laws).  Forms, Forms, Forms You might Read More

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Starting a Home Business in Florida

There are many kinds of businesses you can run out of your own home in Florida. However, a home-based business is still a business, which means you need to comply with all applicable state and local laws and other restrictions. There are also tax and insurance implications. Here are several things you should consider before Read More

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Ways a Business Contract Can be Breached (Material vs. Immaterial)

Any given business, no matter how big or small, is guided by its underlying contracts with internal and external stakeholders. Therefore, it’s not unexpected that one of the most common disputes in the business world is breach of contract. There are different levels of contract breaches, though; some breaches are minor, while others can result Read More

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Can Your Business Interruption Insurance Cover COVID-19 Closures?

If your business has been scaled back or closed down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you may think of looking to your insurance covering losses for interruptions in your business. However, it is not a sure thing that such coverage is triggered in these circumstances. As the pandemic continues to evolve, so have court interpretations Read More

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Obtaining Small Business Loans Under the CARES Act

If you own a small business that is suffering from the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, you may qualify for financial assistance through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. This federal law, passed in March 2020, provides $376 billion in pandemic relief money for American workers and small businesses — Read More

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Benefits of Converting Your Florida Business

For many reasons, it is not uncommon for business owners in Florida to alter the structure of their companies as needed. As revenues increase and your business expands, there will be new challenges and opportunities that simply cannot be addressed with the current structure. To help you prepare for a possible conversion, this blog will Read More

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An LLC Operating Agreement Isn’t Required by Law, but You Need One

What are the hazards faced by a small business? We can spot the obvious dangers: direct competitors, suppliers who could destroy our bottom line with a single price hike and of course, legal troubles. But just as often, there are dangers lurking from within. Disputes among owners or partners are common reasons for even a Read More

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Key Aspects of the CARES Act Provisions Authorizing Small Business Loans

Small business owners are necessarily prepared for various types of challenges, but what do you do when the government orders you to close for an indefinite amount of time? Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic has put millions in this very difficult position. Even worse, it is still unclear in many places when authorities will allow businesses Read More

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Employees vs. Independent Contractors: Differences and What They Mean for Your Business

In this hyper-connected, globalized economy and workforce, there have been massive changes to people’s money-making habits. It is extremely rare these days for one worker to stay at one job for more than a decade. Workers’ starting and ending their career with the same company happens far less frequently than in years’ past. This newfound Read More

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