Starting a business is not an easy process. It's fraught with perils at virtually every step of the way. From a business standpoint, it can seem like a mountainous task to lay the proper groundwork, from fine-tuning your vision and developing a concrete business plan to securing financing and bringing your idea to fruition.
If there is a contractor's lien on your home, you will find that you can't sell it or even refinance it until it is taken care of.
As a business owner, you know your success lies in the hands of your employees. A good staff will help your business grow and thrive. An untrustworthy one can put your business at serious risk.
The Washington LLC Act of 2016 became effective on Jan. 1, 2016, changing important aspects of how LLCs operate. This Act applies not just to new LLCs, but to LLCs that were formed before 2016 as well. Members or managers of an LLC should be sure to review all changes in the Act and revise their operating agreement accordingly, but these are some of the biggest changes to know.