Your business has been growing, and you may be considering expanding into another state. Here some of the key things you should know before making the leap.
Learn about business compliance requirements for each business type including internal tasks and record keeping along with ongoing state mandates.
Newly incorporated? Learn important steps to take after your incorporation is complete.
Avoid starting your business off on the wrong foot by obtaining the appropriate federal, state and local business licenses and permits.
What is franchise tax? Read important information on filing your business- annual report and paying your franchise taxes.
Learn about how organizational changes in non-profit organizations may requirement a change to your Articles of Incorporation with an Article of Amendement.
Piercing the corporate veil, Learn what it means and how to avoid it.
Planning on becoming a professional contractor or handyman? Make sure you have all your state business license requirements. Find out more.
Reinstatement requires a company to resolve outstanding business compliance issues and submit necessary forms and fees to the state. Understand the major requirements a business needs to meet in order to be reinstated to good standing.
Selling items on sites like Etsy may require various licenses and permits, depending on the type of business and state in which you're selling. Read on to learn about Etsy and if you may need to file for business licenses in your state.
Federal, state and local governments impose rules and restrictions on running a business out of your home.
Every business owner should strive to limit liability for contracts and torts. As with the contract exceptions to limited liability, agency law is the key to understanding the exceptions to limited liability with respect to torts committed in the business.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has the authority to inspect a workplace and issue citations and impose penalties for violations of government safety regulations.
You must consider numerous legal issues before starting business operations if you want to effectively limit liability in your business structure
Complying with these hazardous material regulations involves much more than following safety protocols.
Registration in ORCA is required if the solicitation being responded to requires an active registration in CCR.
The first step to establishing an effective safety program for your workplace is to become knowledgeable regarding what your requirements as an employer are under the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
What's required to implement a truly effective safety program in your workplace?
The heart of Occupational Safety Health Act compliance is becoming aware of its published standards, which address specific hazards.
Employers are required to comply with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) accident, illness or injury reporting and posting requirements, unless they are specifically exempt.
Under California law, certain organizations need to disclose whether the following categories of “personal information” are collected or disclosed for an organization’s “business purpose” as those terms are defined under California law.
There are many factors to consider when a small business is working to select the right registered agent. A checklist can help companies zero in on the most essential factors to consider when making this important choice.
Antitrust law is about market power — either yours individually or, more often, in conjunction with that of your competitors.
When's the best time to sell your business?
There are many factors to consider when a small business is working to select the right registered agent