Archive for November 2020


Entrepreneurship Month: Tips for Using Website Images the Legal Way

All you have to do to acquire the photo or image you need for a web page is to do a quick search for it online and grab whatever you […]


Resources for Veteran-Owned Businesses Impacted by the Pandemic

According to a Small Business Administration report on veteran-owned businesses and their owners, released in 2017, nearly 2.52 million businesses in the U.S. were owned by veterans. The report further […]


Small Business Saturday: Businesses Should Prepare for COVID Risks

Small Business Saturday is a crucially important day for small retailers, especially those most impacted by the global pandemic. Since this is no ordinary year, and concerns about stampedes in […]


Entrepreneurship Month: How to Make and Keep Your New Website Legal

Getting the legal details right is probably not the first thing a small business owner considers when launching a new website. After all, it’s much more exciting to develop content […]


What Business Entity is Best for Your Side Hustle?

If you’ve been running a side hustle for a while and your business is finally beginning to gain some traction, you might be wondering if you should get serious about […]


What to Do if Tenants Request Lease Modifications Due to COVID-19

With job losses, changes to remote work, and other hardships and life changes caused by COVID-19, many tenants are requesting lease modifications. A lease is a binding contract, so landlords […]


Small Business Tax Relief Programs Due to End in December 2020

There are several potential tax benefits available to small business owners impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. These programs offer financial relief – immediate in some cases – to help entrepreneurs […]


COVID-19 Business Losses: How to Track Loss of Income

Whether you operate a brick-and-mortar business or work as an independent contractor, if your income has been impacted by COVID-19, you should be keeping records. As the coronavirus pandemic continues […]


Entrepreneurship Month: Protect Personal Assets as a Business Owner

Passionate entrepreneurs too often leap into small business ventures without considering the possibility of financial failures. Whether the innovation you bring to the table doesn’t result in a sustainable revenue […]


Use a Child Visitation Letter to Set Holiday Expectations

When parents divorce or no longer living together, establishing mutually agreeable visitation ground rules is essential to your child’s wellbeing. Using a Child Visitation Letter can help set expectations regarding […]


Your House Hunting Checklist: Get Prepared Before You Buy

As we continue to navigate a deadly pandemic and the economic uncertainty left in its wake, silver linings are in short supply. But, for those with the means and inclination […]


Small Business Tax Breaks to Help You Weather the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact each of us in different ways. Many small businesses were forced to close temporarily or reduce capacity earlier this year while others found themselves […]


Job Seeker Scams: How to Know if You’re Being Scammed

Searching for work can be emotionally taxing, especially if you’ve been displaced due to the economic disruptions caused by the pandemic and desperately need work. Job seekers must stay positive […]


Entrepreneurship Month: Trademarks and Choosing a Business Name

Starting a new business is an exciting time. You print up signs with your new logo, start advertising campaigns, and begin getting customers in the door—and you are so proud […]


COVID-19 Tax Relief for Rental Property Owners

The coronavirus pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on Americans. Layoffs, business closures, and public health concerns and restrictions have put a significant strain on the economy. This financial downturn […]


Preparing for Deployment: Legal Documents for You and Your Family

When you are getting ready to deploy, there are many things that you must consider. What to pack, who will take care of your at-home responsibilities, and how will you […]


How Long Do States Legally Have to Count Ballots?

Every presidential election is significant, but Election 2020 definitely has a lot at stake. Some voters are excited to have a voice in wanting to continue current policies while others […]


National Entrepreneurship Month: Choosing a Business Entity

While small businesses across the U.S. struggle to stay afloat during the pandemic, countless others are just beginning or plan to start after the new year. In celebration of National […]