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Buying an existing business can have its advantages. If the business already has a loyal fanbase, you could potentially have plenty of customers, which makes it easier to ensure continued success. However, there are some mistakes that people tend to […]
It is almost impossible not to browse the web and not come across hundreds of contract templates for various areas of the business world. Even though many think that using a contract template is the best way to draft a […]
The Trump Administration officially released the final version of the new public charge rule on Monday, August 12. The rule was entered into the Public Register and saw a nationwide official release on Wednesday, August 14. The rule will then […]
A controversial visa program that was created in 1990 is being revamped by President Donald Trump and his administration. The program, which provides visas for foreign investors, will see an increase in the amount of money required to invest in […]
Operating a company comes with a lot of challenges, including finding the right candidates to fill open jobs. What happens if you hire someone and classify that worker incorrectly? Employers can face serious consequences when they misclassify employees as independent […]
Florida is home to a large population of immigrants. Some Floridians come from other states, and some are even from other countries. Many of the residents have only been in Florida for a few years, and most came here for business […]