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Bottled Business Sense provides practical business perspectives that uniquely emphasize both legal and media marketing strategies to protect and insure the longevity of your business. Whether you’re trying to provide a startup business with some level of stability, or an established business with fool-proof asset and estate protection, or simply attempting to get a better return for your business marketing dollars, Bill Bernard and Rick Moscoso will expose potential pitfalls to insure the security and growth of your business, free from unwanted expense and the threat of litigation. You’ll learn how to implement marketing and protection tools equal to those used by today’s most successful corporations. *All calls answered during live shows will be responded to in the comments section under that show at: http://www.bottledbusinesssenseshow .com

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All too often people confuse their responsibility for debts incurred by one spouse of the other. Responsibility for debts owed are not only premised on the State in which you reside, but, also on whether the debt was incurred before, during or even after the termination of a marriage. Hence, if your business is not protected, it too can be the subject of debt collection between the spouses, or even a source of debt that can affect the personal assets of the family. In this show, Bill and Rick put a defining perspective on when, how, and under what conditions, incurred debts may be jointly "owned".
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Pursuant to the California Corporations Code, there are certain specific items you must keep available at your place of business to comply with entity requirements. As an adjunct to an earlier show dealing with Practical Business Entity Tips,... more

How do I start? What do I say? How do I say it? Where do I post it? In order to be successful at video marketing, it all begins with proper planning and that starts with the script. Join Rick and Bill as they discuss the 5 Tips for Shooting... more

Asset Protection Planning encompasses many different forms, but the obvious and even easiest forms of protection are often overlooked, as is one of our most valuable assets—our home! In this show, Bill and Rick discuss various... more

Have you ever wondered what terms like, ?Articles of Incorporation,? ?Organizational Meeting,? ?Bylaws'? and ?Minutes? actually mean, and do you know when and how to apply them to the smooth operation of your business... more

Is your marketing stagnant? Does it seem a bit dated and uninteresting to your target audience? What strategies do you need to consider in order to refresh your messaging to your your target market? Rick and Bill discuss 4 simple ways that... more

Bill and Rick explore employer-employee concerns over the implementation of drug testing and when physical exams are required in the workplace. Learn when and how they are proper in terms of being both statutorily compliant and... more

In this show honoring our veterans, Bill and Rick discuss the incredible degree of involvement our service men and women have in the workforce, as well as the training and development programs available to vets and their families and how... more

In today's world of marketing, attracting new customers is a continual struggle for many businesses. From the time and expense of investing in services that may not work to the uncertainty of feast and famine revenue swings, effectively... more

In order to uphold a covenant not to compete, a contract for sale of a business may not circumvent California's deeply rooted public policy favoring open competition. Otherwise, the non-compete agreement is void. In this show, Bill... more

Bill and Rick explore the connection between business growth and the selection of resources available to assist the business owner in the management of his or her marketing plan. Various forms of outsourcing are examined as well as which... more

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