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How to Report a Business

Are you unhappy with your experience at a business? Whether it’s a small local shop or a large national chain, customer satisfaction is important. The best way to let a business know

How To Fire An Employee The Right Way

Firing an employee is one of the most challenging aspects of business, regardless of the situation. As an employer, preparing to deliver the bad news can feel overwhelming, especially if you have

Four Misconceptions About Dram Shop Laws

Most states today have statutes that impose liability on bar, restaurants, liquor stores, or other establishments that sell alcohol to intoxicated customers. If a person is injured by an intoxicated person, such

Misrepresentation vs. Fraud: What’s the Difference?

Misrepresentation and fraud are highly related and often overlapping concepts in law. In fact, many people make the mistake of assuming that misrepresentation and fraud are largely interchangeable and synonymous terms. While

How a Bill of Lading Makes the World Go Round

The world runs on trade. Everyday millions of goods are carried by trucks, trains and ships so that stores can sell goods, factories can manufacture products, and businesses can function. Without trade,

How Do I Get My Product Idea Manufactured?

Without manufacturing, a great idea can’t go any farther than your imagination. The trouble is that most inventors have no idea how to go from invention to manufacturing. As it turns out,

How To Get A Gun Owner’s License

Firearms licensing requirements vary from state to state, so it can be tricky to find definitive information on how to get a gun owner’s license. In some states you don’t even need

What Are the Different Types of Insurance?

The person’s financial future can be affected by different circumstances that he or she cannot control or predict; thus, it is important to know about different types of insurance available that can

How Do I Cash a Check Without a Bank Account?

Many middle-class Americans are surprised to learn that nearly one-third of their countrymen lack traditional bank accounts. Although the number of so-called "unbanked" households has been shrinking steadily since the 1990s, it

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