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I first addressed the JOBS Act more than a year ago in April of 2012; since then, investors and entrepreneurs have been anxiously awaiting implementation of the law by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).  According to a press...

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Claire Kalia advises on corporate entity choice here: Tech Startup 101: Picking the Right Corporate Form

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If your business has flourished and become too big to manage alone, it might be time to hire your first employee. Hiring an employee can allow you to shift your focus from managing every aspect of the business to...

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Though historians debate whether stock trading began in ancient Rome or in 1602 with the Dutch East India Company, individuals have been trading stock in publicly owned corporations for a long time. It used to be that when you...

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When you are starting a small business, your to-do list often seems endless. Since many small business owners have limited knowledge of the law, legal issues facing your business may seem daunting. Furthermore, if you are starting a business,...

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There is no question that the Internet has changed the business landscape and has significantly lowered traditionally high barriers to entry in some industries. No longer do startups and entrepreneurs need to have large amounts of capital to get...

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If you hire someone to perform services for your business, that person may be classified as an independent contractor or as an employee.  The differences between these two classifications are often misunderstood by an employer, and these misunderstandings can...

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A professional and robust Internet presence is essential for any business that wants to remain competitive in today’s marketplace. The web allows for business opportunities that did not exist just a few years ago, and also allows anyone with...

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Operating a startup or a small business is never easy, and sometimes it can be impossible to pay all of your bills on time. Late-paying clients, seasonal lows, and downturns in the economy or your field are all factors...

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Starting a business takes a great deal of time and energy, and often involves the development of intangible assets such as goodwill within an industry or the development of well-trained employees. While these assets are less concrete than a...

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