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Most Common DIY Contract Mistakes

Most Common DIY Contract Mistakes

Posted on: April 27, 2023
Contracts are an area where a do-it-yourself (DIY) approach can fall short. The many online contract templates can make it seem like a contract is simply one more business task that can be insourced. However, while DIY contracts are easy to print out and sign, once the signatures are in place, business owners may have […]
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How Hiring Can Be Risky! By Austin Estate Planning Attorney Zachary D Kamykowski

Posted on: September 27, 2022
How Hiring employees increases your legal risks Scaling up necessarily requires help, but hiring can be risky. Companies have two choices when hiring a new worker: bring a new employee on board or hire an independent contractor. One of the main benefits of having employees is that you have much more control over the work […]
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How to transfer your S Corporation via Trust without overpaying the IRS! by Austin estate planning attorney zachary d kamykowski

Posted on: September 15, 2022
Handling S Corporation Interests in Estate Planning: Electing Small Business Trusts and Qualified Subchapter S Trusts One of the many challenges of owning a small business is determining the appropriate tax classification of the company. When an individual owns a business entity classified either entirely or partially as an S corporation, it is essential to […]
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The value of a business plan by Austin Estate planning attorney Zachary d kamykowski

Posted on: August 25, 2022
staying on track Operating your business without a business plan is like going to the grocery store hungry and without a list. You end up with a lot more than you need—a lot more than you even want—in your cart. And you've likely upset your budget for the week. A few such carefree adventures and […]
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What Should A Small Business Include In Their Service Agreements? By Austin Estate Planning Attorney Zachary D Kamykowski

Posted on: July 26, 2022
What to include in your business service agreements with vendors Small businesses account for nearly half of the economic activity in the United States. To successfully compete with bigger competitors, small businesses are increasingly outsourcing to improve their efficiency and lower costs. Outsourcing allows companies to expand their competencies in critical areas without taking on […]
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