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What is a Close Corporation?

Posted by Katherine L. Taylor, Attorney and CPAOct 27, 20210 Comments

Have you ever heard somebody say that they own a "close” corporation and wondered whatthat means? A close corporation, sometimes referred to as a “closed” corporation, is a less formal way ofrunning a business; the shareholders have elected to have no board of directors. In a regular corporatio...

Lessons From the Florida Condo Collapse

Posted by Andrea LeWinter, Of CounselOct 24, 20210 Comments

The causes of the tragic collapse of the Champlain Towers South in Surfside, FL will likely notbe known for many months. However, one factor that has come to the fore is the role that theCondominium Association Board (“COA”) may have played in delaying or failing to understandthe urgent need for ...

What's a Trade Name?

Posted by Katherine L. Taylor, Attorney and CPAAug 24, 20210 Comments

Has your business been using a name different from the formally registered name in your state? If so, you're using a trade name. Today I'm going to explain what a trade name is, what it isn't, and what you should do if you're using one.  So first, what is a trade name? It is usually an informa...

Do I Need to Register My Company In Another State? [VIDEO]

Posted by Katherine L. Taylor, Attorney and CPAApr 26, 20210 Comments

Are you a business owner wondering whether you need to register your business to do business in a different state other than where your entity was formed? I'm going to give you a few tips as to when you definitely should register your business to do business in another state and a couple of situations where it's not so clear and you might want to consult somebody. 

Are Your Company's Website Terms Accurate?

Posted by Katherine L. Taylor, Attorney and CPAMar 22, 20210 Comments

Are you a business owner with a website for your business? Have you wondered whether the terms of use or the privacy policy on your website are sufficient? If so, you're not alone. I'm going to give you a few tips so you can figure out whether your terms of use and privacy policy are sufficient, or whether you might need some further assistance.

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