What legal structure (e.g., LLC, sole proprietorship, corporation, etc.) should freelancers consider? To find out, check out Freelance to Freedom's latest blog by Lawgood.
What can make or break a freelancer? To find out, check out the latest blog post on Millo.co by Lawgood.
Sometimes doing a deal on a handshakes sense. BUT did you know there are certain agreements that MUST be in writing to be legit?
A new baby requires a lot of preparation, one of which should include getting a will or trust done. This is probably one of the most important things you can do for your family. Here is a quick guide on your options to getting one done, costs and other considerations.
NYC's Freelance Isn't Free Act protects freelancers by requiring contracts. An important step in protecting a growing population of our workforce.
Contracts are powerful tools used to structure our relationships and create laws between each other. Here are the basic ingredients to a valid contract that everyone needs to know.
Many businesses and freelancers face the question when hiring or being hired: "independent contractor" or "employee"? Under the law, these labels matter because they affect important issues such as taxes and ownership rights.
There are certain documents involved when hiring a lawyer. They sound intimidating, but they're very common. Know what they are and what to look out for when you hire a lawyer.
Trump's budget proposal sounds drastic, but it's just a proposal, not law. If you're worried about the nation's budget, your energies are better spent on the machine that actually makes laws that affect the budget.
10% of college graduates think Judge Judy is on The Supreme Court. Considering that it's one of the most powerful decision-making arms of the federal government, it's good to know what it is, who's on it and what they do. (Hint: Judge Judy is not on The Supreme Court.)