Introduction So, you’re about to start a company in North Carolina? First off, congratulations! Starting a company is an exciting adventure that you get to make into whatever you see fit. It is a lot of work, I know, but when you put all the work in, it’s worth it in the end. Let’s get…

Intro Liability on your business premises or because of an activity you’re conducting is a very important and often overlooked aspect of starting up a business. Liability can actually arise from many different situations. In this article, we’re going to address liability that arises from negligence because that is the most commonly thought of liability…

First off, an Operating Agreement is the controlling document for the members of a Limited Liability Company (LLC). The instructions contained within the Operating Agreement determine how the business is run, how much earnings a member gets, what rights and responsibilities the members have, and much more. This article will only outline the most common…

Intro Businesses grow, and that’s a great thing, but if they grow wrong, they can face additional costs along the way. One of these areas you must grow correctly is with your new hires. There are many reasons you’d want to hire an independent contractor over an employee or vice versa when just starting out,…

A client of ours, we shall call Victoria, recently went through an unfortunate Department of Labor investigation. Why? In my opinion, it was because she was too nice, but the Department of Labor might disagree. Victoria owns and manages a company that is hired to staff a grocery store. She doesn’t own the store itself,…

Most entrepreneurs fight this battle more often than most any other battle in their startup experience: what must be given up in order to preserve the cash flow? Although frequently this battle is waged in many other fields, in this particular case, the battle was between legal protection and cash flow. Daniel had an amazing…

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