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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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A 1099 consultant is an outside contractor who works under contract for a company. Running a 1099 consulting company means you receive annual tax forms from various contracts listing the amount of money they paid you that... more

The Occupational Health and Safety Regulation requires that all small businesses have an occupational health and safety program. A health and safety program is a process for managing the prevention of work-related injuries and diseases in... more

Any estate, whether probated or administered by way of a Trust, may have creditors' claims that must first be dealt with before proceeds can be dispersed. Learn how these claims originate and how these claims may be satisfied.... more

Every business owner faces the same dilemma– how to pass their business to their loved ones correctly and effectively through the combination of properly drafted corporate documents and estate planning documents. With that... more

Many business owners wonder whether their LLC will protect them from claims and liabilities after their LLC is closed. Does the limited liability protection of the LLC still apply? Does it only apply for claims when the LLC was active? What... more

The objectives of agents acting under a power of attorney can be frustrated when banks, brokerages, or title companies refuse to accept the authority granted to the agent under a duly executed power of attorney. This can happen even... more

An intern is not someone you simply elect to work for you and not pay. If the person is working for you, they are an employee and the Labor Code will apply. However, there is an exception to the Labor Code that allows true interns or... more Prescription drug abuse has made national news in the last few years. In fact, prescription opioid abuse and the heroin epidemic claims the lives of tens of thousands of Americans each year. This... more

When unmarried couples live together for a while, it is likely that they accumulate a good amount of property. In this case, it is in each person's best interest to write out a property agreement that spells out who owns what and how the... more

A primary benefit of LLCs is that they insulate the property owner from personal liability in the instance of slip-and-falls and other negligence claims. But could the LLC still be subject to a claim and how so? What about creditors and tax... more