By

Steven Silverberg
Merging two businesses is a strategic decision and one that should be made with care and counsel. Not only does a merger or acquisition impact the financial future of your business, it will also impact your employees, the business culture, and future corporate structure of your entity. What to Consider When Merging Two Businesses Business...
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Disagreements can be a healthy part of any working relationship as it can push both parties to stretch beyond their comfort zones and evaluate alternative ways of looking at different challenges and scenarios. When disputes get heated, however, it can have the opposite effect. Both sides may choose to shut down and effectively close off...
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Property damage can happen to anyone, and if you’ve been fortunate enough to have avoided it so far, consider yourself lucky. The reality is that for us here in Florida, we’re all too familiar with the kind of havoc a strong storm can produce, and we know that no matter the amount of damage you...
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The pandemic has changed many things for Floridians, but one thing that hasn’t changed is the threat of severe storms. And yes, it’s that time of year again. From June through November, yet again, we must brace ourselves for the potential of high winds, heavy rains, and severe flooding. For those of us who have...
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Merging two small businesses offers incredible growth opportunities, but it can also be fraught with challenges and complexity. Taking the time to do your due diligence and ensure that everything is in order prior to the merger will help you make a smooth business transition towards a new corporate entity. As you consider merging your...
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Disagreements can be a healthy part of any business partnership, but when those disagreements escalate into full-out disputes, the very existence of the partnership can begin to feel threatened. Partnership disputes can arise out of any point of tension including disagreements over how the business is managed, how resources are (or aren’t) allocated, and more....
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We live in a do-it-yourself (DIY) era with a burgeoning group of people ready and willing to take on the world after doing a few quick Google searches and digesting a couple of YouTube videos. We get it, the DIY spirit has to have a place in every entrepreneur’s heart, but there are some things...
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Throughout the past year, the economic landscape has been hit particularly hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has put borrowers and lenders in riskier positions in terms of taking on more debt/extending credit as well as potentially seeking other changes to their loan term whether it is by seeking forbearance, loan modifications, or other changes....
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Getting paid on time can be one of the most frustrating and time-consuming challenges small businesses have to face. Tracking down late payments can feel like a full-time job – and one you don’t have time to spend on. If you’ve been there before, and chances are good that you have, then there are some...
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The stakes of running a small business in Florida are high, and as a business owner, you carry much of the responsibility in terms of limiting risk and keeping your business operational no matter what comes your way. One thing you never want to come your way – but very well could, especially if you...
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