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Protect Company Finances in 3 Common Categories

by / ⠀Funding Startup Advice / May 10, 2021
Entrepreneurs and business owners may prefer to innovate, but any ability to launch new endeavors assumes a need to protect company finances.

Many entrepreneurs would rather focus on new ideas and innovations than spend much time thinking about how to protect company finances. Dreaming up new products and services tends to be more fun and exciting than reviewing invoices, legal documents, and security protocols. However, if you’re serious about maintaining a solid platform for your current and future projects, consistent and adequate attention must be paid. It’s imperative you go…

7 Ways to Avoid Legal Mistakes Commonly Made by Entrepreneurs

by / ⠀Blog Entrepreneurship / March 19, 2015

Even if you have an amazing and brilliant business idea, and even if you have solid financial backing, a small legal mistake can sink your entrepreneurial ambitions and dreams quickly and permanently. As all entrepreneurs learn, many times the hard way, the devil is in the details, and launching and building a business is filled with small but complex legal details. There is a wide range of business…

Top 5 Legal Mistakes Made by Startups

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / January 23, 2014

  Starting a new business is an exciting process.  It’s easy to get carried away with your ideas and overlook some of the boring stuff, like legal agreements.  But, making legal mistakes can set you back significantly down the road and reduce your chances of success.  For that reason, it’s important to avoid making legal mistakes at all costs. Here are the top 5 legal mistakes made by…

8 Common Legal Mistakes That Startups Make

by / ⠀Startup Advice / July 2, 2012

When you decide to start up a company it can be very exciting yet exhausting at the same time. You are filled with joy but at the same time you can’t wait to get everything started and going as well. Throughout the process there are some things that you may accidentally forget or even do by mistake. Some of the most common mistakes startups make are often the…

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