When a business is starting out, a full-time employee may not be needed. Business owners may instead consider hiring an independent contractor to complete smaller, discrete tasks or to work on specific projects.
There’s never been a more appropriate time to check up on your estate planning than right now. Find out what you should do to make sure your affairs are in order on The Browne Firm’s blog.
If you haven’t given your estate planning enough thought, now’s a better time than ever for anyone at any point in their lives! Find out more on The Browne Firm’s blog.
The issue of an LLC’s intellectual property ownership is something many entrepreneurs don’t properly consider. This seemingly minor detail can nevertheless cause massive problems later on for you and your business. Our firm can help you make sure your company is set up correctly and your assets are protected.
As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the United States, people need this important component of their estate plan to ensure their healthcare proceeds according to their wishes.
Trademarks and copyrights are types of intellectual property you should know about if you’re in business. Read The Browne Firm’s blog to learn more about the basics.
Two of the most popular business entity types are the limited liability company (LLC) and the corporation. Choosing between these two types of entities can be difficult for business owners who are not familiar with the unique features of each type. To choose the right one for your business, you should be aware of their similarities and differences.
The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in a wave of new teleworkers. This shift in the way employers conduct business brings new challenges as they seek to comply with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requirement of paying employees for all hours worked.
The way you originally set up your business may be holding you back. Read more about why business owners should consider changing their business structure by visiting The Browne Firm blog.
Business owners have a lot to consider when it comes to their trademarks. Read our article on The Browne Firm’s blog to find out what you should know!