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Learn The Top 10 Things Not To Do As A Business Owner.

25 +years and thousands of clients later, Attorney Larry Donahue has been able to identify the all-too-common mistakes small business owners everywhere, in every type of business make over and over again.   The good news is, once you know about these mistakes, it is easy to avoid them.  Even better, these lessons will help ensure […]

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Considering Bankruptcy For Your Business?

Get your questions answered from a Bankruptcy Attorney. Nothing can be more frightening or intimidating than realizing bankruptcy might be a real necessity for your business. While the notion of bankruptcy may be that of financial failure, in many instances it can be a valuable tool to getting businesses back on track. We asked Stephanie […]

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How to Handle a Reference Call On The Employee You Fired.

Consider the notion that no good deed or lapse in professionalism usually goes unpunished. Is there anything more dreaded for a business owner or manager than to have to put up with and eventually terminate a bad employee? Maybe. How about the uncomfortable reference check or inquiry regarding your old problematic employee? The situation gets […]

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What Is an Annual Report and Why Is It Important?

Some states call it an Annual Report.  Other states refer to it as an Annual Registration or Statement of Information. At the end of the day, they are all essentially the same thing. An Annual Report, or whatever your state wants to call it, is information that business entities (Limited Liability Companies, Corporations, Non-Profits, and Partnerships) […]

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The “B” Word: How to use Bankruptcy to your advantage

Last Updated: No update. New article. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues on, more and more people are looking at a solution once thought unthinkable: bankruptcy. While bankruptcy has had a certain stigma attached to it for years, that stigma has lessened considerably in recent years as more people come to understand bankruptcy as a tool […]

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The Requirements Needed to Not Pay Back PPP Funds

*** Revised 5/1/2020: Provided an exact definition, based on the SBA’s definition, for “Full-Time Equivalent Employees”. The Paycheck Protection Program (or PPP) is an SBA loan that helps businesses maintain their workforce during the COVID-19 crisis. It is a low-interest loan, with a term of up to 10 years, no personal guarantee or collateral required, […]

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Expungement of a Criminal Record

Criminal Record Expungement is Effective January 1, 2020 A comprehensive new expungement law in New Mexico authorizes courts to limit public access to non-conviction records one year after disposition if no other charges are pending, and to most convictions for felonies, misdemeanors and municipal ordinances after varying waiting periods. The ACLU of New Mexico describes […]

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Introducing Insurance 4 Small Business!

We are pleased to announce the newest member of the Slingshot Family: Insurance 4 Small Business (i4SB). For some time now, Law 4 Small Business has been the industry leader in championing business owner engagement with lawyers via the internet.  Our newest company, i4sb is positioned to interact with business owners the same way.  One stop shopping […]

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