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When Your Business Crosses State Lines

The legal and tax implications of doing business in more than one state

Setting Up a Charitable Remainder Trust

If you want to leave a legacy with your business and also help out your community, establishing a CRT could be the way to go.

Preparing Your IRS Forms 1099 and W-2

Who gets a 1099? Who gets a W-2? Here are questions and answers to your most common tax-form dilemmas.

The 30-Second Business Plan

Want to impress a potential investor quickly? Here's exactly what to say.

Managing Your Lawyer: Some Finer Points

Answers to some common questions that may arise when dealing with a lawyer

Why Business Owners Need Angels

Get in touch with an angel, says one entrepreneur—and we don't mean angel investor—and you might find the help you need in starting and growing your business.

Partnering With an Older Partner

How to deal with the unique challenges involved with bridging the generation gap

LLC 101

Everything you ever wanted to know about forming your company as an LLC--and then some

Want to Get Big? Try This

If your hot new product or service is a sure path to big-company success, these strategies will help you get there.

Passive vs. Active LLC Members: Who's Paid What?

Get the low-down on the legalities of paying active and passive investors in this business structure.

When e-Mail Doesn't Do the Job

It might be a time-saver, but e-mail is not always the way to go when it comes to effective communication.

Expanding Your Target Market

Your first, obvious target market doesn't have to be your only target market. Follow the example of this creative entrepreneur, and look outside the box.

When Business Separates Father From Son

This sticky situation could have a happy ending if it's treated as a business problem and not a family dispute.

Bringing In Your First Partner

What you need to think about before bringing anyone else on board

When Kids and Home Offices Collide

Probably the biggest reason parents set up home offices is to find a better balance between their work and family lives, but is that really possible with children running around the house?