Categories for Entrepreneurship

Do you have the tools to “do the right thing” and mitigate risks on the “people side” of the business? 

by | September 1, 2022

The people of your organization are one of the most important and one of the riskiest aspects of business. The laws are state specific, and they change frequently. Employers are held to a high legal standard and entrepreneurs often aren’t fully aware of the risks associated with employment compliance. It’s hard for business leaders to keep up, but it’s critical to do so. In this post, Equinox Business Law CEO and Founder, Michelle Bomberger looks at how the three key legal infrastructure tools can work to protect the business from employment risks.

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Is your business’ “corporate veil” vulnerable?

by | July 28, 2022

When it comes to legal matters and liabilities your business may face, there must be a shield of separation in place to protect your personal liabilities and everything you have work to accomplish in your business. It’s time to deploy the "corporate veil" – strategically leverage your business’ legal entity structure as a risk mitigation tool.

Create Lasting Business Value by Protecting Assets

Create Lasting Business Value by Protecting Assets

by | January 27, 2021

In owning a business, you take responsibility for an entity separate from yourself. Daily, you make operational and strategic decisions on behalf of the entity to increase revenue and serve your customers. The goals you pursue are a means of creating business value. The value, though, arises from the cash generated by the business and... View Article

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5 Lessons for Entrepreneurs from Common Idioms

by | November 14, 2020

Are you an aspiring entrepreneur? Entrepreneurs are the backbone of our economy, and communities truly appreciate their contributions. Heed the advice of some of the most common business-centric expressions as you start your path to business ownership. The “Gentleman’s Agreement.” We’ve all seen it, and it is all too common for entrepreneurs – the “gentleman’s... View Article