Online Legal Services: Small Business Money-Savers 2018

This article was written by Emily Starbuck Crone and originally appeared on NerdWallet on January 2, 2018.  It is shared here with permission.     When starting or growing a business, it’s tempting to cut costs by tackling projects yourself. When it comes to legal matters, a DIY approach works sometimes, but it can be risky. Online…

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Meet our client: Kettle and Fire

Kettle and Fire launched in August 2015. They offer the first shelf-stable bone broth in the United States, and they have a ton of happy customers.  “We want to bring bone broth back to the American diet,” explains owner Justin Mares. All of their bone broths are made from organic, all natural ingredients that provide…

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Buy Black This Black History Month

For decades, a wealth gap has persisted between blacks and whites.  The racial wealth gap has grown in recent years, with white Americans having 12 times the wealth of black Americans. While a quick fix to trim the gap remains absent, a new report suggests black entrepreneurship perhaps is the answer.   African-Americans are looking…

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Meet our clients: Degrees Plato

After being a beer salesperson for years, Richard Allen decided to do something different.  After careful planning and using his previous knowledge in the beer industry, Degrees Plato was born and started to operate on May 3, 2017.   “Opening a restaurant that sells alcohol is not an easy task,” explains Richard. “The biggest obstacle we…

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Cybersecurity Best Practices for Small Businesses

This article was written by JACKIE ZIMMERMANN and originally appeared on Nerdwallet on October 10, 2017.  It is shared here with permission.   The impact of the Equifax data breach that compromised the personal data of over 145 million individuals has left many confused, frustrated and downright angry. And while massive attacks on large corporations make headlines, small…

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