As a business owner, setting up your business is just the beginning of real work. One of the most important part of operating and owning a business is ensuring your business is protected and complies with the federal and state laws all throughout the year. In this section, you will learn about the legal duties of running a business and how you can protect it and its future.
If you’re self-employed, you may be eligible to take advantage of one of the most powerful retirement tools on the market. This plan is called a Self-directed Solo 401K (Solo-K) and it can help you save more for retirement than a traditional 401K. What’s a Solo-K and how does it work? A Solo-K is an IRS-approved and […]
If you’re a real estate investor looking for privacy and protection from liens, title claims and HOA claims…you need a Real Estate Privacy Trust (REPT). So, what exactly is an REPT? Well, that’s the question we’ll be answering in this post! What is an REPT? REPTs are an immensely powerful tool with each property titled in […]
Sometimes it takes a crisis, like the one we’re experiencing now with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), to put things in perspective. It prompts us to take measures to protect what’s important and better prepare for our future. That’s where legal planning comes in. Without it, your family could be left with a huge financial burden, your assets […]
As we discussed in last week’s post, modern technology has muddled copyright laws so much that some people commit it without even realizing it. So, what do you do if your business receives a copyright infringement notice in the mail? First off, don’t panic! While serious, you can handle a copyright infringement notice with relative ease and […]
Copyright infringement was cut and dry before the internet and more difficult to accomplish. Now, thanks to modern technology, the rules have become complicated and muddled. Because of this, many people commit it blindly. But whether done maliciously or innocently, if someone files a lawsuit against your business for copyright infringement, the courts will only […]