Wondering how to write a Privacy Policy for your web site without paying lawyers a fortune?

4 easy and cheap ways to create an effective Privacy Policy are detailed in this short video clip from The Click Millionaires Online Success Show.

If you're looking for a cost-effective Privacy Policy for your web site, this video has the answers you need - no expensive attorneys required!

This is a short video clip from the Click Millionaires Online Success Show. Please tune in to catch it LIVE on Tuesdays at 2pm ET at http://www.ClickMillionaires.tv or subscribe to Scott Fox's YouTube channel or free ScottFox.com email list for updates Read More
Blogs, chat rooms, IMs, emails, posts, Tweets, microblogs, status updates.... Fun, fun, fun, until you've posted something you can't take back. If you are going through a divorce, business lawsuit, or are a party to any other action, you should be aware that your posts can come back to bite you. Read More
Lawyers are integral to a successful start-up, despite being costly. The key is understanding and managing their role, as well as the legal costs Read More
Are you starting a business and confused about which licenses and permits to apply for? Are you at a loss with where to look for compliance information regulating your business and industry? While a handful of government regulations are applicable to all businesses, others regulations are specific to industries, such as businesses involved in tobacco and alcohol. Here are four tips for checking if your business is compliant with all laws and regulations, as well as federal, state, and local resources for further information Read More
A limited liability company is a hybrid-type of legal structure that provides the limited personal liability features of a corporation with the tax efficiencies and operational flexibility of a partnership. Each state has specific guidelines for forming an LLC, but they all adhere to the same general principles.

No matter where your LLC is located, two documents are crucial to its success – the articles organization and operating agreement: Read More
IF you are a party to a contract and want out, there are certain things you should consider first. Read More
Employees have access to a business's valuable information and trade secrets during their employment. But what happens when they no longer work there, or if leave to work for a competitor? It's important to consider the effect that it would have on your business if this scenario were to happen, and to take the necessary precautions. Many employers combat losing valuable employees and trade secrets to a competitor through non-compete agreements Read More
There are many advantages and disadvantages of a partnership. Like a marriage it can be made in heaven or in hell; easy to get into, but, hard to get out. Is it right for you? It may be, but you want to enter it with your eyes wide open. Here are some tips for doing it right Read More
While a contract agreement isn't required to legally operate as a freelancer, it's well worth your while to create one. This article explains the benefits of a freelance contract and offers tips on what to include and how to negotiate. Read More
You put a lot of time, effort and money into developing your business, your client base, and goodwill. You should take steps to be sure that your business name is protected. Read More

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