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rules for working as an independent contractor

The Keys to Staying Within the Law as an Independent Contractor

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Being your own boss as an independent contractor is a great way to get ahead. But to do it right your first need to fulfill some important legal and financial requirements. Learn how here.

You and Your LLC: Doing it Right From the Very Start

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The corporate veil: Act in good faith and follow the rules, and expect that your personal assets will be safe from any debts associated with your business.
become a tax preparer

Creating A Tax Preparation Business For Little or No Money

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Tax preparers earn their annual income during the 1st quarter of the year, maximizing job flexibility. Learn how to create a tax preparation business for little or no money, now.
breaking a commercial lease

Getting A Commercial Lease – Without Signing A Personal Guarantee

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Is it possible to get a commercial lease without making a personal guarantee? Possibly. What you do is
notary public

How to Easily and Affordably Start a Notary Business

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Looking to make a little extra money or to build a stable, lucrative small business? Starting a Notary public for almost nothing may be the way to go.

5 Website Legal Landmines Every Freelancer Should Know About

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if you’re using social media, a blog, or your website as a platform for marketing, understand the legal and financial risks of posting content.
taking on a business partner

How to Find and Take on a Partner

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A good business partner shares your vision and enthusiasm, as well as your values, but a great friend can still turn out to be a lousy partner. Learn more now.
legal transcription

Freelance Job Spotlight: Legal Transcription Training and Work

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Want to start a business with little or no money? Become a legal transcriptionist. Find out why and the skills you need
selling a business

How to Sell Your Business

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Selling a business is never simple, but with the right knowledge and resources, you can make the most of any opportunity to sell. Here's how

Are You An Employee or Really an Independent Contractor?

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Don't let an unscrupulous company mislabel you for their own benefit. Which are you - an employee of an independent contractor? Let's find out.