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Drake Forester
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Chief legal strategy officer and blogger of most things business, registered agent, nonprofit, and more
Chief legal strategy officer and blogger of most things business, registered agent, nonprofit, and more

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I'll admit....it was a long one.
Hope your ThursYay was a success.
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One of the most beautiful aspects of an LLC.....asset protection, combined with a certain simplicity you don't quite get with a corporation. Here is how tranferring your assets works:

https://www.score.org/blog/how-transfer-assets-your-llc

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Understanding the purpose of your board and the roles for directors and officer will help you effectively hit the ground running after incorporation. Sometimes it can seem like a lot...here I've broken it down:

https://www.score.org/blog/directors-and-officers-understanding-roles-corporate-management

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A little somethin' I wrote a bit ago, but I find helpful nonetheless. What do you do when your small business has been sued? How do you get things in order, kick butt, take names, and keep things running smoothly on the home front?

http://www.northwestregisteredagent.com/no-boloney/responding-to-business-lawsuit/
Well. This is never fun. How do you respond when your small business is sued? It can be stressful and hard to see what path to take. +Drake Forester lays out the steps:

http://www.northwestregisteredagent.com/no-boloney/responding-to-business-lawsuit/
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Maybe I should become a landlord

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Your customers are online looking for what you offer, you need to be able to connect with them. http://ow.ly/vwrQ30ahjzb Telsec.net

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A good question! I like the safety and simplicity of an LLC. Benefit Corporations are also pretty neat....
If you were going to start a business, what type of business would you form, and why?
-nonprofit?
-LLC?
-Benefit Corporation?
-corporation?

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Dare I ask...but I want to know....what's your worst customer service snafu? Story time!
Today’s small businesses need every possible advantage over their larger competition, and customer service can be a key factor in accomplishing that. Bad customer service or not having a customer service plan or strategy can be harmful to your small business.
Here are some great tips for avoiding bad customer service.

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With fists-full of cash
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