Are you ready to get a business bank account or do you already have one? I’m all set – That’s great! Do you know someone starting up that could save some time and money from thisguide? If so, please forward this along! Yes I’m ready to set up a business bank account! This guide will […]
Have you thought about forming a Limited Liability Company (“LLC”)? Well, I’ve answered allyour questions below! Why an LLC vs. any other type of business? Unlike other business forms, LLCs provide liability protection, management flexibility, and tax advantages. What is an LLC? A Limited Liability Company is a business that is a separate entity from […]
Are you a coach who wants to foster a safe space inside your group coaching programs? Great, this blog is for you!
Have you ever wondered what it means to buy a business? Now, the term “buy a business” can be a bit confusing. This is because you don’t really buy a business — you’re actually purchasing the assets and assuming certain liabilities associated with that existing business entity.
If you are a fellow podcast host, you may wonder: is my podcast a business? Whether you’re only considering launching a podcast for the first time or you have had a podcast for a while now, the answer is YES.
In the spirit of the holidays, this blog tackles the three things you must include before launching your next Instagram giveaway.
Have you heard the term “Non-compete Agreement?” If you’ve been in an employee-employer relationship or industry, you may already have an idea about non-competes. But what exactly is a Non-compete Agreement?
It’s the time of the year again when people enjoy fun times and holiday parties. To help you get ready I am sharing a checklist to help employers minimize the legal risks presented by employer-sponsored holiday parties.
I’d like to relate this blog to my current state—pregnant for 34 weeks and only weeks away from bringing a little girl into this world.
This blog is inspired by a question that I was recently asked while teaching in someone’s group, “Will there be increased legal regulation in the coaching industry?”