The home buying process is complex. This is particularly the case when it comes to the title. It doesn't matter if you've been approved for the mortgage loan and signed all the paperwork, if there is a discrepancy with the title – your dreams of owning the home could literally be zapped away. Here are just some of the title issues that homebuyers can face. Incorrect Data Titles should be 100 percent accurate.
Establishing an LLC means that, after chartering a set of guidelines for all partners, you can easily divide the profits among each other as you all deem fit and that each of you, personally, will be taxed for your business. There is more to an LLC than these facts, however. You probably have a few burning questions about LLCs. Read on and you'll discover answers to some of the most commonly asked ones.
Trademarks are designed so no one else can copy your business branding. Trademarks come in the form of logos, symbols, images, phrases and sounds. In 1946, the Lanham Act was established as the United States federal trademark law statute. Trademarks are registered through the United States Patents and Trademark Office (USPTO). But, just why are trademarks important to a business? Customers Find You Easier One of the things that many business owners face is the ability to stand out among their competitors.
Living with two incomes is often much more comfortable than living with one income. For this reason, some people are not sure if divorcing is the right thing to do when living off of two incomes. If you and your spouse no longer want to be legally connected to one another as spouses, but you wish to still remain together to make life less expensive, here is how you can go through a divorce for this peculiar scenario.
Autism affects about 3.5 million Americans—and if you have a child on the autistic spectrum, you may be concerned about his or her future once you die. Thankfully, there are several things that you can do now to help provide for your child later. Here's what you should know. 1.) Buy Plenty Of Life Insurance. Life insurance isn't just something that covers your funeral expenses—it's a way that you can provide for your family once you're gone.