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What Happens to a Small Business If the Owner Dies?

It's something no one likes to think about. What would be the legal and financial consequences in the event of their untimely death? In this post, we ask a similarly uncomfortable question: What happens to a small business if the owner dies?
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Construction Accidents and Injury Claims: What You Must Know

Working as a construction worker is arguably one of the riskiest jobs in the world. There are lots of workplace hazards that can cause construction accidents and lead to bodily harm or even loss of life. That’s why construction workers are protected by law. Here is what you need to know.
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5 Signs You Should Consider Increasing Your Life Insurance Coverage

Depending on whether you have a term life insurance policy or a permanent one, you and your family might be covered for a specific period of years. On the other hand, you could be covered for the rest of your life. However, if you have had your current insurance policy for a few years, you might want to take a good look at your life insurance coverage. It may no longer be enough.

How to Get a Credit Card in Finland to Finance Your Business Ventures

Acquiring a credit card in Finland is an excellent way to finance your Finnish business venture. With it, you be able to acquire what you need up front. Additionally, with the right card you could potentially rack up tons of miles and rewards for the purchases you make. So, how do you go about getting a credit card in Finland?

TaylorMarie’s Apparel Tailors to Women in the Senior Community

TaylorMarie’s Apparel has been bringing fine quality clothing and accessories to women in the senior community since 2003.

Is This Home-Based Business Opportunity a Scam?

If you’ve been considering pursuing a home-based business opportunity, take a look at this brief guide to help you decide whether or not that home-based business opportunity is legitimate or otherwise.

Red Flags That Your Cofounder Isn’t Right for the Business

When it comes time to seek out investors, you can bet that those investors will pay close attention to the founders and how well they work together.

Wealth Planning for Retirement: An Introduction

It's not necessarily something that everyone likes to think about, but planning your finances for later life is very important indeed. If you want...

The Final Exit Strategy: Writing a Business into Your Will

No entrepreneur wants to think about their own mortality, especially in connection with their business, but the fact is that not everyone is lucky...

Good Will Hunting

Franchising.net.au: Any prospective franchisee has a raft of concerns to address before setting out on the path to their own business, and many of these...

The American Dream Is A Hard Sell In Europe

The Epoch Times: Europeans are less prone to start their own businesses even if they obtain a windfall inheritance, compared to Americans and Chinese. Entrepreneurs...

2010 Budget Reaction For Franchise Biz

Select Your Franchise: The Chancellor gave his Budget on 24th March 2010 and the changes announced will affect all franchise businesses. 50% Tax It was confirmed that...

5 Tips For Entrepreneurial Students

Savvy Auntie: 1) Save for your dream. It's coming I started my company on the small inheritance my late mother had left me when she passed...

The Art of Money Getting or, Golden Rules for Making Money #9

The Art of Money Getting or, Golden Rules for Making Money was originally published in 1880 by P. T. Barnum. Part 9 Don't Get Above...