Business Articles and Information

Starting a business, or managing an existing one, is an exciting endeavour for any entrepreneur, but there is a lot to learn. From human resources and hiring to forming a partnership and setting up a corporation, it’s important to have a general understanding of everything that will play a part in your startup or small business.

Browse our business articles for information about incorporation, purchasing and selling a business, partnerships, and more.

Business Articles

When hiring new employees, certain forms are required to be filled out, signed, and kept on file. Other paperwork may be unique to your hiring situation.
A corporation is a distinct legal entity that can own property, borrow money, pay taxes, hire employees, sue or be sued. The shareholders are the owners of the corporation and participate in the corporate profits through the payment of dividends. The shareholders are not personally liable for the actions of the corporation.
A General Partnership is a form of business organization in which two or more individuals manage and operate the business with a view to making a profit.
Employees and independent contractors both come with their own pros and cons from a hiring perspective. Find out the key differences in this article to determine which will better suit your business needs.
Business owners, managers, and human resource specialists may all find themselves having to dismiss an employee who isn't working out. This situation calls for clear communication and knowledge of the potential issues that can arise.
Adding a team member is a crucial step to scaling your business. It allows you to stay focused on running your company, while delegating day-to-day responsibilities to a worker. From assessing your employment needs to signing an Employment Contract, here are the steps involved with employing an individual.
An LLC Operating Agreement is a legal document that establishes the rights and responsibilities of each LLC member and provides details about the LLC's internal management, including how decisions are made, when meetings are held, how new members are admitted and more.

Business Documents

Partnership Agreement: A document that outlines the responsibilities and obligations of partners in a partnership.

Business Plan: A document that covers the management, marketing, and financial goals of a business.

Confidentiality Agreement: Used to prevent sensitive information from being shared with third-parties.

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