What Makes the 2020 Tax Season Different for Small Businesses and Consumers by Sandra Beckwith

What Makes the 2020 Tax Season Different for Small Businesses and Consumers

Understand how your tax burden might be affected by factors such as working from home, caring for children during school closures, getting ill, and receiving a stimulus check.

by Sandra Beckwith
updated November 25, 2020 ·  min read

Understand how your tax burden might be affected by factors such as working from home, caring for children during school closures, getting ill, and receiving a stimulus check.
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Sandra Beckwith has been writing for traditional and online publications since she sold her first magazine article while… Read more

How to Choose the Right Business Structure for You by Marcia Layton Turner

How to Choose the Right Business Structure for You

Which legal business structure makes the most sense for you often depends on your future plans for your company.

by Marcia Layton Turner
updated November 25, 2020 ·  min read

Which legal business structure makes the most sense for you often depends on your future plans for your company.
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Marcia Layton Turner

Bestselling, award-winning writer Marcia Layton Turner has authored, co-authored, or ghostwritten more than 50 nonfictio… Read more

What a Biden Presidency Will Mean for Small Business by Marcia Layton Turner

What a Biden Presidency Will Mean for Small Business

Many anticipate increased support for small businesses under the new administration.

by Marcia Layton Turner
updated November 23, 2020 ·  min read

Many anticipate increased support for small businesses under the new administration.
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Marcia Layton Turner

Bestselling, award-winning writer Marcia Layton Turner has authored, co-authored, or ghostwritten more than 50 nonfictio… Read more

Small Business Owners Share Their 2021 Outlook and Strategy by Stephanie Vozza

Small Business Owners Share Their 2021 Outlook and Strategy

Having learned from the lessons of 2020, business owners are approaching the coming year with two sets of plans to account for unforeseen events.

by Stephanie Vozza
updated November 23, 2020 ·  min read

Having learned from the lessons of 2020, business owners are approaching the coming year with two sets of plans to account for unforeseen events.
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Stephanie Vozza

Stephanie Vozza is an experienced writer who specializes in business, finance, and technology. She has been a regular co… Read more

Why Small Business Saturday Is More Important Than Ever During the Pandemic by Katherine Gustafson

Why Small Business Saturday Is More Important Than Ever During the Pandemic

To get in on Small Business Saturday action, look to local organizations that promote small business, such as economic development corporations.

by Katherine Gustafson
updated November 23, 2020 ·  min read

To get in on Small Business Saturday action, look to local organizations that promote small business, such as economic development corporations.
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Katherine Gustafson is a full-time freelance writer specializing in content for mission-driven changemakers such as tech… Read more

Legalzoom Reviews by LegalZoom Staff

Legalzoom Reviews

From starting a business to making an estate plan, LegalZoom receives five-star reviews from our customers. Here's what they say in their own words.

by LegalZoom Staff
updated November 23, 2020 ·  min read

From starting a business to making an estate plan, LegalZoom receives five-star reviews from our customers. Here's what they say in their own words.
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Should You Borrow From Your Retirement Account to Keep Your Business Afloat? by Jenn Morson

Should You Borrow From Your Retirement Account to Keep Your Business Afloat?

Borrowing from your retirement is not widely recommended and should only be done if the business can pay the loan back quickly.

by Jenn Morson
updated November 30, 2020 ·  min read

Borrowing from your retirement is not widely recommended and should only be done if the business can pay the loan back quickly.
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Jenn Morson

Jenn Morson is a freelance writer living and working outside of Washington, D.C., with her husband and five children. He… Read more

How to Stress Test Your Estate Plan by Brette Sember, J.D.

How to Stress Test Your Estate Plan

Taking a few precautions will protect your estate plan from challenges and will ensure your wishes are carried out after you pass away.

by Brette Sember, J.D.
updated November 25, 2020 ·  min read

Taking a few precautions will protect your estate plan from challenges and will ensure your wishes are carried out after you pass away.
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Brette Sember, J.D. practiced law in New York, including divorce, mediation, family law, adoption, probate and estates, … Read more

How to Start a Business While on Unemployment by Diane Faulkner

How to Start a Business While on Unemployment

Depending on your state, you may be limited in how much money you can make while receiving unemployment benefits—but you may also access free resources to put you on the road to self-employment.

by Diane Faulkner
updated November 23, 2020 ·  min read

Depending on your state, you may be limited in how much money you can make while receiving unemployment benefits—but you may also access free resources to put you on the road to self-employment.
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Diane Faulkner

Diane Faulkner is a ghostwriter, content marketing strategist, and editor based in Jacksonville, Florida. She specialize… Read more

Creative Strategies to Help Landlords Survive Coronavirus by Jenn Morson

Creative Strategies to Help Landlords Survive Coronavirus

Thinking creatively, being generous with tenants, and considering short-term leases could help you get through the pandemic.

by Jenn Morson
updated November 19, 2020 ·  min read

Thinking creatively, being generous with tenants, and considering short-term leases could help you get through the pandemic.
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Jenn Morson

Jenn Morson is a freelance writer living and working outside of Washington, D.C., with her husband and five children. He… Read more