People say you should never judge a book by its cover, but most people still do. In fact, visual appeal is critical to any product, service or brand. Careful attention to detail, layout, colors and more factors are important, because appearance can directly impact how consumers perceive your product, advertisement or company.
Traditional estate planning wisdom states that every person should have a will if they have any property or personal end of life wishes, but simply having a will is not always an effective guard against complications in estate dispersal, especially if the will receives challenges.
Signing a commercial lease is often much more complicated than signing a residential lease for a property. While residential leases often involve either renting on an annual or month-to-month basis, commercial leases often extend for two, three or even five years.
Imagine building your New York business from the ground up. You spent years and countless hours pouring your heart and soul into your company to make it profitable. In those first years, you probably did not give much thought to what would happen when the time came for you to retire. Will your company be able to survive once you step down as president and chief executive officer?
You've spent years building up the reputation of your business. With a focus on unparalleled service, top-notch products and brand development, you've managed to carve a niche for yourself and your staff. You've also taken steps to protect your intellectual property, such as registering your trademark and asserting copyright over content you publish on your website or social media pages.
Once you know that you are going to start a business, you have to decide where you are going to house the business. For some, finding a space to lease is the best option. If you are considering a commercial lease to have a space for your company, you need to make sure that you understand the lease before you sign it.
When you sign a commercial lease, it's safe to assume that you're okay with the terms and conditions. While you have every intention of living up to your end of the agreement, you know that things can and may change in the future.
When people choose executors, they try to choose someone they trust to be both honorable and competent when it comes to following their wishes. Most of the time, people choose wisely. A child, a spouse or even a close friend can and typically will follow a testor's instructions in a last will or estate plan to ensure that assets are properly distributed and all estate matters get handled in a timely manner.
Any estate planning mistake, even a small one, can have a major impact on you and your loved ones. This is why you should do whatever it takes to make all the right decisions.
You work hard to ensure that your company continues to grow and thrive. Many times, expansion and new projects require the assistance of outside professionals. Maybe you need an environmental impact survey completed before you break ground on a new construction project.