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As a business owner, you must be aware of the legal responsibilities that go along with it. So putting a lot of thought and effort into your legal agreements should be on your list of priorities.
As you contemplate saving for your child or grandchild's education, it’s worth it to consider whether you should use a 529 plan, an education savings account, or an Irrevocable Trust.
When the outbreak of the pandemic started in March of 2020, companies across the country were forced to shut their offices and send their workers to work from home.
When a loved one dies, close family members sometimes find out they didn’t receive the expected inheritance. Instead, your loved one left most of the estate to an individual they just met who wasn’t even related to them.
As more companies realize the advantages of employing independent contractors, the boundary between worker classifications may quickly become blurred.
Do you have a sale of real estate or a business that will result in you owing capital gains tax? Consider setting up a Charitable Remainder Trust (CRT).
When it comes to safeguarding your business from many possible dangers, your first line of defense should be business insurance.
Many pets find themselves in shelters when their owner passes away or becomes incapacitated.
Before investing in a franchise, consider the following five factors to verify that the arrangement is worth the investment and that the franchise systems are a good match for your particular requirements and temperament.