Business


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Entrepreneurship After Employment

For those who may not know my background, before I joined Richard here at Law Plus Plus, I worked at an e-discovery firm in Charlotte. Officially, I was an employee of another firm who sent me to various projects, on a project-by-project basis, like an independent contractor. As many do, […]


Difference Between DBA and LLC

I’ve received this question many times: What is the difference between filing a “Doing Business As” (DBA) and filing for an LLC besides the fact that the DBA is cheaper? Long story short: Everything, but let’s start by examining what these two things are. DBA You may have heard DBAs […]

Q&A: Difference Between DBA and LLC

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Sale of Business Non-Compete

In the realm of non-compete agreements, the standard for the sale of business non-compete agreements are the most lenient. These restrictive covenants that coincide with a company sale agreement or asset purchase agreement are considered to be the ones that require the least protection, and as such, the courts treat […]


Difference – Nonstatutory and Statutory Stock Options

Earlier, we talked about stock options. Now, we’re going to delve deeper into Nonstatutory (Nonqualified) and Statutory Stock Options. The differences between the two are fairly clear, and generally the statutory stock options are preferred for beneficial tax treatment, if the options qualify.   Statutory Stock Options Unless they qualify […]

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IRS Conflict of Interest Policy

If you’re applying for a tax exempt recognition through the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) such as a 501(c)(3) or similar type of recognition, you will be required to include a conflict of interest policy in your governing documents. Fortunately, the IRS has provided significant guidance on what needs to be included, […]