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Setting Up Terms and Conditions That Will Protect Your Business

Does your business need terms and conditions for product use, services, your websites, or other parts of your operations? Often, …

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How to Review Vendor and Supplier Contracts

Your business may depend on numerous vendors, suppliers, and distributors who have unique policies, procedures, and practices. Before signing agreements …

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Safeguard Your Business from Modern Security Threats

Security threats to businesses have evolved. Five years ago, network security was mostly a function to keep hardware assets operating …

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Using Authorized Signers for Your Business

As your business grows, you may need some assistance navigating the everyday tasks of operations, including signing checks, paying bills, …

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Consider Changing Your Business Structure

When you formed your business, you may have pictured what your business could become and chose a business structure that …

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Take Steps to Reduce Technology Downtime

Network infrastructure downtime is sometimes unavoidable. Even the most advanced networks in the world at places like Amazon, Google, Microsoft, …

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Every Small Business Needs an Attorney. Here's Why.

An attorney can be an invaluable member of your team, especially as you work through the complex parts of starting …

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Site Security: How to Protect Your Business Location

Theft and vandalism are two problems that could drive up costs for your business. There are costs to replacing what’s …

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Small Business Basics: Insurance

Have you thought about the types of insurance you’ll need to protect your small business? If your business is like …

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Connect with an attorney.

Whether you're starting, growing, or navigating the everyday complexities of running a business, an attorney can help you take on essential tasks. Be diligent in choosing the attorney who's right for you. What should you look into? Reviews are certainly helpful, but you should also look into an attorney's payment structures (which may help you reduce or defer your legal costs) and ask questions that will help you understand that practitioner's experience, strengths, and availability. Read our guide for questions you can ask to make an informed selection.

Evaluate your insurance coverage.

No matter what industry you serve, you should look into insurance options to protect your business, site, employees, and customers' critical information. There are many types of insurance to consider, and while you may not need them all, it's important to review your policies and coverages regularly to ensure your business has the coverage it needs. Our guide to small business insurance can help you get started.

Safeguard against tech threats.

Tech threats have evolved from mere nuisances to serious disruptions with real financial, operations, and reputation repercussions. It's impossible to know what tomorrow's threats will look like, but you can take steps to guard against the threats that exist today and arm your business with tools that will monitor for new adaptions. 

Read our guide to modern tech threats to learn how you can guard threats like ransomware and email intrusion and implement policies that will help you recover from the worst-case scenarios.