Before you can legally operate your business, the first thing that you have to do is finalize the legal aspects. The way that you structure your business will dictate the amount of taxes that you are required to pay and the type of paperwork that you have to do. More importantly, your personal liability in case of bankruptcy will also be determined.Continue reading “Which Business Structure Is Best for Your Taxes?”
Starting a business can be exciting. As a small business owner, your job is not only to run the forefront of the business, but also to make sure your business is operating properly under legal requirements. These requirements may be difficult to wrap your mind around in the beginning. However, there is an easy way to go about it. You can consult with a business lawyer to make sure that you cover all of your needs.
If you currently run a company in France or even if you’re just setting one up, then chances are that you’ve faced some complicated French accounting terms that not even your translation app has been able to make sense of for you.
As a business owner, your priority is always going to be keeping your clients happy and developing a positive financial bottom line for yourself. To do this, you have to make sure that you protect your business from liability issues along the way. Sometimes this is a straightforward process, other times it takes a mixture of logic and creativity to utilize resources appropriately.
During the course of a trial, you develop a working relationship with your attorney. It is not unrealistic to want them to continue to represent you through to the appeal stage as well. But is it really the best idea? Continue reading “Criminal Appeal – What Type of Lawyer Do You Need?”
The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act is one of the best things that has happened with the real estate sector. RERA act regulates the real estate market and help buyers who are often cheated by promoters by delaying projects or sometimes not delivering the project at all. It builds in the transparency, accountability, and efficiency in the real estate market. Continue reading “3 Best Ways to Check If Your Property is a Regulator Compliant”
Although everyone would like to believe that the justice system is fair and that the truth shall set you free, that might not always be the case. If you are facing criminal charges, there are times when it is smart to try your case in court, and other times when it is best to just take a plea bargain and move on. Even if you are not guilty, sometimes the length of time that it takes to exonerate yourself, and the cost of doing so, is not worth it. So if you are wondering whether you should take a plea bargain or not, these are the best questions to ask yourself. Continue reading “Should You Accept A Plea Bargain For Your Criminal Charges?”
Aadhaar Card is basically the document that contains your Aadhaar number. The Aadhaar number is a 12 digit number issued on a random basis by UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India). The number is issued by this authority body to residents of India. Continue reading “Aadhaar Card – all you wanted to know about it”
When filing a trademark, knowing about what is involved in the process beforehand can make things easier for you. In this post, we look at five factors that are involved in the trademark application process. These include – identification documents of the applicants, the unique details of the trademark, the details of the class to which your product or service belongs to, the power of attorney, and the date of first use. Continue reading “5 Things You Should Know When Filing A Trademark”
The global financial crisis that began in 2007/2008 quickly spiralled out of control and resulted in credit markets tightening up around the world. That crisis may be in the rear-view mirror, but the ramifications of it linger to this day. The failure of Lehman Brothers and the subprime mortgage crisis that precipitated the worst recession since 1929 has left a bad taste in the mouths of banks, non-bank lenders and the financial industry overall. For starters, credits markets have tightened considerably since 2008. Continue reading “Why Are Small Businesses Turning to Quick Financing?”
If business is doing well in the UK, it’s natural that you might want to take your business overseas. You’ll have to begin the process of developing an international presence, wrapping your heard around business protocols, customs and cultures, so (as you can doubtless imagine), there are many opportunities for things to go wrong. Here are five common mistakes UK businesses make when venturing overseas so you know exactly what to avoid. Continue reading “5 Common Mistake UK Based Businesses Make When Venturing Overseas”
In the business world, contracts are meant to form a clear breakdown of the agreements between you and your clients. Despite this though, there are instances where these can be disputed, which needless to say, can be quite challenging and difficult to deal with. Continue reading “How to Avoid Contract Disputes”