Orange City Estate Planning Blog

COVID-19 UPDATE: CDC’s Business Guidance

C19 UPDATE: CDC Updates Coronavirus Guidance for Businesses As we learn more about the coronavirus the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is updating the guidance they give to business owners and employers. They issued updates on Friday, March 21st to include Updated cleaning and disinfection guidance Updated best practices for conducting social distancing Updated strategies…

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COVID-19 UPDATE: SBA Disaster Relief Loans

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is offering up to $2 million in Economic Injury Disaster Loans for small businesses impacted by the coronavirus, in addition to a resource page detailing eligibility and how to apply.

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How Do I Incorporate My Business into My Estate Planning?

Running and owning a business is just like raising a child: Both are investments in the future, and both require a lot of time, resources and effort to raise successfully. One can argue that you would treat your business like you’d treat a child; you’d want it to succeed even after you’ve passed on or retired.

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Estate Planning for Your Small Business

When it’s time to start the process of doing your estate planning (that time is right now, by the way), entrepreneurs need to remember to take their small businesses into consideration. Whether you own the entire business outright and work for yourself or you simply own a portion of the entity, you will need to leave instructions for your family to follow. [Read More]

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FAQ: Which Business Entity Should I Choose?

Starting your own business can be a daunting prospect, filled with decisions ranging from whether you should have a storefront to how much you should pay employees. You’ll need insurance of many colors, an attractive logo. You’re hoping for a big splash and wild success. But you may have forgotten one very important choice: which business entity will you use? [Read More]

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Who Really Needs a Business Lawyer?

To the average person, the term “business lawyer” or “corporate lawyer” may sound like something that only exists on Wall Street. In reality, though, nearly every business in Northwest Iowa can and should use the services of a good business lawyer. This means large and small businesses alike. [Read More]

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