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Three Things to Consider When Selecting a Form for Your Small Business

One of the first major decisions a small business owner needs to make is selecting a legal form. Individuals may operate as sole proprietors, while two or more individuals can create a partnership. Both forms are relatively simply and generally … Continue reading

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Florida Appeals Court Upholds $800,000 Award to Miami Deli Destroyed by Landlord Negligence

Commercial leasing is a critical issue for Florida retailers. When commercial landlords fail to fulfill their obligations under a lease, the leasing business may lose thousands of dollars in sales or even go out of business. That’s why it’s always … Continue reading

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Federal Appeals Court Unleashes “Serial Litigator” on Florida Small Businesses

Joe Houston has filed more than 270 lawsuits against Florida businesses. Houston, who is disabled and confined to a wheelchair, has made a career out of suing small businesses over alleged violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). As … Continue reading

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Local Tax Receipts and Your Florida Business

Setting up your business involves many legal decisions. First there’s the question of what legal form you want to use: sole proprietorship, LLC or corporation? Next you must determine whether the type of business you plan to operate requires a … Continue reading

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