If you own a small business, you likely know that business insurance is a critical consideration. Not only does insurance protect your company from various forms of liability and risk, but it also helps ensure you’re complying with state and local regulations. This blog will show you everything you need to know about business insurance, and how to protect your company.
In order for your business to operate in a certain city or state, you will most likely need to obtain the proper permits and licenses. For this, you will want to coordinate with local and state officials. For some more general information about licenses and permits, such as local and home business licenses and permits, be sure to read this article from MOBI.
As a business owner, it is your responsibility and obligation to know the tax laws and taxes you are required to pay. However, this is not always an easy task to achieve. Read MOBI's article, "What Taxes are Paid by a Small Business?" and get a better grasp on some common business taxes and problems that can arise.
Top 3 Startup Misconceptions: How to Protect Intellectual Property and Choose an Incorporation Model
Starting a new business is risky enough. SCU Law Professor Laura Norris tells us how to get it right from the get-go.