Information you need for your business to grow and thrive. Learn about best practices you should follow with your business--from new health care law requirements to collecting online consumer data to employee matters.
Running Your Business: 85 Things You'll Want to Know
Make sure you have the information you need for your business to grow and thrive--from taxes, insurance, and contracts through financing, marketing, websites, and more.
6 Tips for Nurturing Client Relationships
No matter what kind of business you’re in, shoring up your existing client base can be just as important as finding new business.
How to Bill and Invoice Your Clients
Find out how to establish an official billing and invoicing policy and make collecting payments from clients easier.
How to Draft a Volunteer Agreement for My Business
Find out what provisions to include in a volunteer agreement to best protect your business.
Fiduciary Responsibility and Corporations
Officers, directors, and sometime even stockholders, have fiduciary duties, or obligations of trust.
How to Hire a Business Lawyer
If you're thinking about hiring a lawyer to represent your business, here's how you should go about it.
IRS Reporting Requirements for Business Cash Transactions over $10,000
If your business handles large cash transactions, you need to be aware of special reporting requirements the IRS imposes on these transactions.
Should My Company Have a Social Media Policy?
Make sure you understand the legal issues related to imposing restrictions on your employees' use of social media.
Using a Blog to Support Your Business
Starting a blog can take your business to the next level.
Internet Marketing and Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Learn the most common (and effective) Internet marketing strategies.
Lost Business After a Natural Disaster
Find out what steps you can take to help minimize business losses after a natural disaster.
How to Protect Your Company’s Goodwill in an Employment Separation Agreement
How do I protect my company's goodwill when an employee leaves on dicey terms?
How to Protect Company Property in an Employee Separation Agreement
How do I protect my company's property when an employee leaves on dicey terms?