The end of the year can be a brutal time financially. Holiday shopping can lead to a lot of credit card debt, as can throwing parties, hosting dinners or traveling to see loved ones, friends and family. Combine that with the end of the financial year and the reality check of filing your taxes, and the winter can be a time for harsh awakenings.
As is the case in the rest of both Florida and other parts of the country, most Tallahassee businesses exist and operate on contracts. All kinds of agreements make up the various dimensions of a business's operations, from purchase and vendor agreements to employment agreements.
As the holidays quickly approach, the struggle of giving quality, personalized gifts to friends and family with a price tag that fits your budget is sure to arise for many. Especially if you have children or young relatives, you want to give them a gift they can brag about, or at least be able to proudly proclaim to friends what he or she received.
Estate planning is an important consideration many of us may not want to consider but can provide essential peace of mind to both the estate planner and their family. Part of that peace of mind comes from knowing that an effective estate plan helps ensure the wishes of the estate planner are honored and carried out and that family members and loved ones are properly cared for according to their wishes.
You've had years of experience as an employee in a certain field, or perhaps you were struck by a moment of inspiration and came up with a product or service that no one else in the area currently offers. Now you're ready to strike out on your own and start a business. The only problem is that the whole process seems overwhelming. Where do you even start?