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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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http://bottledbusinesssenseshow.com Choosing the appropriate form of business for your company is complicated—and if you are an attorney, physician, accountant, architect or other licensed professional, there are some extra factors... more

Trademark vs. service mark? What's the difference? Both are issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office to distinguish a brand's products and services from those of other businesses. Generally, trademarks distinguish a... more

When should you consider setting up a subsidiary or other new entity for your existing company? While you can run multiple streams of business through one entity, there are tax, asset protection, and partnership reasons why you... more

Because Social Security retirement benefits plus savings and other investments are often not enough to live on comfortably, many people keep working for at least a few years after they claim Social Security early retirement benefits.... more

Many entrepreneurs choose to structure their businesses as the ever-so-popular LLC (Limited Liability Company) or S Corporation. Business owners may struggle with the choice between the structures, but many times but don't realize that... more

Letters of Intent: What are They and How Do They Operate?

Intestate Succession in California

If you have incorporated a business as an S Corporation or a C Corporation, most states require that you keep careful records of the company's activities on a yearly basis. Even LLC's should properly plan and execute all business... more

Work-related injuries must be addressed by way of state-mandated workmen's compensation insurance carried by an employer. However, there are also other potential benefits which may be available to an employee. Learn more in this... more

While not the most glamorous aspect of running a business, complying with applicable rules and regulations is a must. Business compliance (known as ?corporate compliance? for incorporated businesses) is critical for keeping your... more

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