Federal Tax Codes Every Entrepreneur Needs To KnowWhen filing your taxes, identify your business type and understand the specific tax filing rules that apply to your business.
How Far Does Free Speech Reach?The First Amendment protects employees and customers of a business, and a business itself, from expressing opinions.
How To Keep Your Intellectual Property SafeIt is very important to protect your small business intellectual property through the correct patents, trademarks or copyrights.
How A Minimum Wage Hike Could Actually Benefit Your Small BusinessA higher minimum wage for small business employees will boost spending and the economy, and that is good for all businesses.
3 Useful Tax Tools Available On IRS’ Video PortalNavigating the necessary IRS steps in order to be successful in filing taxes as a small business owner can be tricky.
Preparing Your Small Business For Minimum Wage IncreasesMinimum wage increases sound like good news for employees, however, it can be trouble for your small business, unless you're prepared.
Building A Term Of Service Agreement The Right WayService agreements should not only be relatively easy to follow and understand, but also needs to hold up to any potential legal challenges.
The Virtual Workshop For Small Business TaxesThe IRS offers excellent resources so small business owners can go straight to the tax source for tax information of any kind.
Business Expert Shares How To Start A New Business On The Right FootTop Dog Construction Corp. Owner David Bunevithin discusses important legal information you should know before you start a small business.
3 Important Issues To Consider When Firing A Company EmployeeAlthough the best option for your business may be to hand out a pink slip to an incompetent employee, know the ramifications of doing so.
Is It Legal For Your Kids To Work At Your Small Business?When kids turn adolescents, it is time to teach them responsibility, and what better way than involving them in the family business?
Ready To Move Your Business? You May Need To Get Out Of Your Commercial LeaseOne very common reason to break your lease is if your business has outgrown its current location and you need to expand for more space.