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6 Benefits of Using an LLC

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One of the biggest concerns for any business is protecting its principals as well as its assets—and keeping personal and business assets separate is paramount. Forming a legal entity is one of the best ways to create a separation of personal and business assets. 

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Why You Need Website Terms and Conditions

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If you’ve ever visited a website, you’ve likely seen a link to the company’s website agreements. The links usually exist at the bottom of the page and provide information about what information the company collects, how they will use it, and the terms governing the use of the website. With the recent passage of California’s CCPA law, more and more attention is being focused on consumer privacy. This means it’s more important than ever to take online privacy seriously. But what does this mean? Are you required to have website agreements and if so, what should they include?

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Pre-Money Versus Post-Money Valuation: How Much Capital Is Too Much?

Startup employees reviewing finances and pre- and post-money valuations when raising capital.

As the owner of a startup, you have a laundry list of things you’re concerned about and raising capital is likely near the top of that list. You need capital to scale and grow your business, but you don’t want to give away too much ownership. With an understanding of the differences between pre-money and post-money valuations, their importance, and how the amount of capital you raise can impact your ownership, you will have a better idea of how much capital you want to raise for your business.

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What are SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS?

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In 2020, you will see the acronyms SaaS, Paas, and IaaS more often than you did 20 years ago. The growing demand for software, platforms, and infrastructure to be more scalable, faster/easier to use, and cost-effective has shifted us away from the traditional on-premises model to a cloud-based model. This post will dive into the three services above; SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS.

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