Tag: Small Business

Entrepreneurs Are Bringing Transparency To Home Buying And Empowering The BIPOC Community
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Entrepreneurs Are Bringing Transparency To Home Buying And Empowering The BIPOC Community

Bryan Young, CEO and Co-Founder of Home Lending Pal Home Lending Pal For those looking to buy a home for the first time, the process can be a bit intimidating; needing to understand how a mortgage works, as well as finding the right home to purchase that one can truly afford. To help combat these…

How To Add Value Through Thought Leadership: A Case Study With Ralph DiBugnara
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How To Add Value Through Thought Leadership: A Case Study With Ralph DiBugnara

Ralph DiBugnara, leader in the real estate industry Ralph DiBugnara Thought leadership is essential for entrepreneurs, innovators, and business leaders alike because it demonstrates why your voice matters in your field. It’s important to communicate in a way that shows your expertise and authority within your industry and become the person people go to for…

Does Your Small Business Need a Trademark or Copyright?
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Does Your Small Business Need a Trademark or Copyright?

One of the most important things a small business owner can do is protect its intellectual property. Registering a trademark or copyright allows businesses to protect their IP and receive exclusive rights to its use. Are trademarks and copyrights interchangeable? No. Each protection helps protect a different form of IP. Let’s take a look at…

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The Difference Between Independent Contractors and Employees.

March 16, 2021/ Kristy Donahue / Business Law, Business Tips, Employee Management, Employment Law, Human Resources, Small Business, Strategic Planning / 0 comments It has less to do with what you call them and everything to do with how you treat them. Attorney Joseph Turner discusses the important differences that every business owner should know….

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The Future of Commercial Leases

March 11, 2021/ Kristy Donahue / Business Tips, Commercial Transactions, Contracts, COVID-19, Small Business, Strategic Planning / 0 comments The one contract your business simply can not afford to get wrong! Rent payments, typically one of the largest expenses of a company, are particularly painful for business owners to make on scarcely occupied office and…

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What’s So Important About Operating Agreements ?

February 25, 2021/ Kristy Donahue / Business Tips, Contracts, COVID-19, Lawyer Succession, LLC, Other Corporate Entities, Partnership, Resolving Disputes, Small Business, Strategic Planning / 0 comments Well, to start with, it is one of the most important documents associated with your business yet in so many instances it is the least considered.  In fact, a…

What the Uber ruling means for your small business
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What the Uber ruling means for your small business

Last week’s long-awaited Supreme Court ruling in the Uber case has far reaching ramifications for any small business that engages self-employed individuals, in all sectors. Drivers, engaged by Uber on a self-employed basis, brought a claim that they were not in fact self-employed; instead, they claimed they were “workers” and were therefore entitled to statutory…