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Business Tune-up

When you start a business, there are multiple people you need to speak to make sure everything is set up correctly. These people include those in the financial, tax, and legal field. While starting a business can be a daunting venture, doing it correctly the first time saves you money and aggravation.


However, sometimes, hiring multiple professionals is cost-prohibitive. Therefore, many people eschew professional assistance because their focus is to limit their initial start-up costs. That does not mean your business is doomed.


Once your business is operative, then it is time for a review of the business. I can evaluate the business documents and make sure they are in order. Your business documents must be complete if you plan to retire, sell the business, sell shares, bring on an investor, or bring on additional partners to assist with running the business. These major events necessitate all your corporate documents are precise.


I can review all your corporate documents and confirm you have the proper documents, votes, and other documents to govern your business. Feel free to reach out and I can help either getting your business started or give your business documents a tune-up.

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