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3 essential elements to include in shareholders’ agreements

Starting a business is as much about planning for success as it is about responding to challenges. This is why savvy business owners are serious about taking steps to ensure they are well-positioned to deal with triumphs and failures, and this can include having effective start-up documents in place.

Business planning? It doesn't have to happen overnight

People who start a business know that it take an incredible amount of work to not only open a business, but to keep it running. Considering how much work it takes to start and maintain a successful business, it is crucial to have in place a plan for your business to continue operating when you exit the company or pass away. 

Tennessee franchising opens many questions about business law

A common complaint of employees is the drudgery of working for someone else. Owning and running a business is a dream for many in Tennessee, but the daunting task of starting from the ground up is enough to frighten potential entrepreneurs away from the idea. In addition to the cost, there is the complicated business law involved in creating a company. However, many find that one way to keep the dream alive is to investigate the possibility of buying into a franchise.

Partnership concerns involve complex business law

For many in Tennessee, getting married is such an intimidating proposition that they postpone the decision for years before taking the dive. The same may be true for beginning a business partnership. After all, like spouses, business partners must be compatible, work well together and complete each other's deficiencies. They may also be required to overlook a lot of faults and be willing to speak the truth when it is difficult. When contemplating an intimate aspect of business law like a partnership, there are many questions to consider.

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