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.
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.
Contracts are important in all kinds of business situations -- whether you're a freelancer who works out of your home office or the head of a growing corporation.
If you're a blogger here in Tempe, then you likely want photographs to go with the articles that you write. While it may seem easy enough to snag whatever photograph comes up in the search engine, it may end up costing you a lot of money if you do.
Is California taking unfair -- and illegal -- advantage of Arizona businesses who invest in its state?
Most people who aren't in the hairstyling business don't realize how much training and licensing is required to be able to work in an Arizona salon. Currently, a person must have 1,600 hours of training to obtain a cosmetology license.
When you started your business with your partner long ago, you probably pictured your partnership going on forever. What happens when "happily ever after" with your business partner isn't in the cards?
If you own and operate a limited liability company, it's important to understand when Arizona law requires you to amend your articles of organization.
Most freelancers -- of any profession -- learn the hard way that they have to spell out the limits on any agreement with their clients. A terms of service agreement is the easiest way to set expectations -- and limitations -- with your customers.
When you own a small business, there are always a lot of expenses that you have to balance -- and not always a lot of money to spread around. You might easily be tempted to put off obtaining help from an attorney until you have an actual legal dispute looming.