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Agreement vs Contract

Agreement vs Contract – Key Differences and How to Make Your Contracts Legally Enforceable

There is legitimately no legal difference in contract law between the words contract and agreement. These two legal terms are frequently used interchangeably to refer to a legally binding contract and/or agreement.  But most people are not aware that while an agreement can (and typically is) a legally enforceable and binding contract, it doesn’t have to be and sometimes

Does Your Contract Protect You

Got Legal Agreements? 5 Must Have Contract Clauses…

Today, I’m going to share with you 5 contractual clauses that you must include in each of your legal agreements to keep your online business legally legit. You ready? Let’s do this. If you were just getting started in business, chances are you’re going to need a contract. And if you need a contract, you’re


The Ultimate Guide to Legal Contracts for Your Online Business

You’ve taken the plunge and started your online business. You are super excited and can’t wait to get things rolling. Building sales funnels. Writing blog posts. Running Facebook ads. Recording your first podcast episodes. Getting your first paying clients. But there’s only one thing you’ve forgotten… How to make sure you aren’t breaking any laws

work from home

9 Things You Need to Know to Work from Home in an Online Business

Recently I’ve been researching possible blog topics and noticed that there is very little legal information out there for people that work from home. And because my law practice works with online entrepreneurs, it dawned on me that many of you probably do actually work from home in your online business. Now, this post was inspired

independent contractor vs. employee

Independent Contractor vs Employee? What every business must know

Have you properly classified the people who work for you as an independent contractor vs employee? Do you even know the difference? Here’s what most business owners do know… When they hire someone on as an independent contractor, they don’t have to pay payroll taxes on that individual, nor do they have to pay benefits,

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