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  • Mistakes to Avoid When Opening Your Small Business

    November 2, 2015

    When you are trying to learn how to open a small startup business, you’ll need to learn what not to do right along with what you should do. Minor mistakes can cause you emotional turmoil, while bigger ones can end your business before it ever gets going.

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    Don’t Start Without a Business Plan

    Not only should you have a business plan to begin with, you should have it looked over by a business plan review lawyer or other professional with knowledge of your type of venture.

  • How To Form A Corporation

    October 26, 2015

    Anyone who seeks to launch a business must contend with the issue of structuring this entity in such a way so that it complies with all applicable legal requirements, such as filing taxes, sending documentation to regulatory bodies, and so forth. In general, this process involves creating a formal corporation, LLC, or a similar organization recognized by law.

  • Top Six Tips for Opening a Retail Store

    October 17, 2015

    Not everyone who works in retail gets to open their own shop. It takes drive, skill, luck, and an appetite for risk that not many people have. Starting a retail store is an amazing adventure, however, and well worth the investment of money and time for those who successfully make a go of owning their own business.

  • Writing Your First Small Business Plan

    October 3, 2015

    Starting your own business can be very rewarding, but there are a few things you need to understand before you jump into becoming a business owner. To start, you will need to know what type of business you are going to start, who your customers will be, and how your business will fit in with the current market trends.

  • Can Yelp Change My Restaurant’s Rating? 

    November 12, 2014

    Last month, a federal court in California decided that Yelp can change user reviews on its site to affect a business’s rating.  Several small business owners complained that Yelp tried to extort advertising dollars from them by lowering their business’s rating on the popular website (e.g., from 5 stars down to 3) because they didn’t advertise with Yelp. 

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