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  1. Startup Science: The Formula for Launching Your Startup Right

    Discover key startup tips that you should consider when starting your new company. In most cases, they apply straight up with no deviation. At worst, they will cause you to analyze and think about important startup issues when you decide how to structure and launch your new company.

  2. Hey Entrepreneur – Read That Agreement First, And Then Sign It!

    You need to read the contract before you sign it. It sounds simple. And it should be.But there are so many people out there who don’t take the time to read important agreements, or don’t make the effort to understand them, or rely too much on the wrong people for guidance. They later find out that they have really bad agreements in place and limited options to make things better.

  3. Don’t Startup with an LLC Structure

    Are you starting a new company and are trying to figure out whether a limited liability company (LLC) or corporation is the right legal structure for your business? There is a lot of information on the Internet about which type of legal structure is best for startups. And there is no shortage of opinions when you talk to accountants, attorneys, and business contacts. You ultimately will need to determine what is best for you and your business, but I wanted to provide some practical perspective based on what I see with actual startups and their experiences.

  4. Stockholders – How much company information should they receive?

    Entrepreneur’s Question: “Could you please clarify for us what type of information our company is legally obligated to provide to (minority) shareholders, and how often (e.g., financial statements, cap table, etc.)?”

  5. Is Your Company Fiscally Fit?

    How can you determine if your company is financially healthy? As CEO, what questions should you ask to make sure that your business is achieving its best financial performance? David W. Kramer (linkedin.com/in/davidwkramer), an experienced CFO and the owner of Outsource CFO Services, prepared a checklist.

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