June 26, 2017

The Legal Procedure Of Wage Garnishment

August 2, 2007 Henry Byers

A legal procedure, in which some portion of a person’s earning is required to be withheld by an employee for the payment of the debt, is called as wage garnishment. Most of these garnishments are made by court orders. There are some other legal procedures also which include IRS levies […]

Legal Issues About Trademarks And Domain Names

August 2, 2007 P Goldberg

Trade marks are a name or symbol that are used to distinguish the goods of services of a particular company from others. Similar to copyrights and other signs of intellectual property, the effects of the trademark system is territorial. This means, that each country has its own trademark system. A […]

How To Choose A Legal Structure For Your Business

August 1, 2007 Jody Ehrhardt

Whether you are starting a small business from your home or opening a new, large operation, you will need to decide which business structure is better suited to you and your company’s needs. There are four basic types of business structures: sole-proprietorships, partnerships, corporations and limited liabilities companies. The type […]

Legal Debt Collection For Local Businesses

August 1, 2007 Joel Walsh

If a customer owes your local business money, it’s hard not to feel angry, like you want to do anything possible to get your money back. But the days of going all out to collect on a debt over. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, designed to protect consumers from […]

10 Paradoxical Commandments of Leadership

July 27, 2007 Stoney deGeyter

The world isn’t always a nice place and the competitive nature of the work environment can sometimes be brutal. Many people in the business world have a “succeed at all costs” mentality. Unfortunately, this usually means doing less about bringing oneself up and doing more about tearing other’s down. Some […]

Want Google to Talk to You?

July 27, 2007 Mike Moran

When I speak to audiences, I sometimes get questions about how a search marketer would ever know that something is wrong. If you hired the wrong search optimizer and your site has problems, why doesn’t Google tell you what’s wrong? Now they can. There aren’t a lot of details yet, […]

Learning from experience and turning failure into success

July 27, 2007 Brian Turner

A lot of business/marketing/webmaster blogs are filled with speculation – sales-speak which defines success with a subject in generic terms. Success is nothing more than working hard and focusing on your subject. Apparently. I disagree – success with anything comes from experience, and a big part of that experience comes […]

Define a clear goal for your website

July 27, 2007 Yuri Filimonov

Back in the days, everyone and their dog wanted to have a website for any reason. Even just to display dog/cat photos. But when it comes to business websites, there is investment and return involved. If you invest in the website, you expect to get a return on investment (ROI). […]

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