It's every landlord's nightmare: You have a tenant that's troublesome and breaks the rules or just won't pay -- or you purchased a foreclosure property at auction that's still occupied -- so you go through all of the appropriate steps for an eviction. The proper notices are served, and you wait. And... the occupant refuses to leave.
When you get a loan in order to purchase a home, you have to sign both a promissory note and a mortgage.
It can be tricky these days to get through a job interview without making mistakes that can get your business in trouble. That's why it's important for small business owners to have a clear understanding of what you can and cannot ask a prospective new hire in a job interview.
You need to be careful, thoughtful, detail oriented and diligent, so you arrive at the right terms for the contract. You’re going into business, and as such, you’re relying on suppliers and partners to operate in your best interests. That’s why a comprehensive contract is so vital.
If you're in construction, sooner or later you're bound to encounter someone who doesn't want to pay up after a job is done. A mechanic's lien can come to your rescue.
Small businesses come up for sale all the time -- and they can be attractive to people who have an entrepreneur's spirit but don't necessarily want to go through the hassle of starting a business from scratch.