When you decide that it’s time to incorporate your business, you’ll be faced with a choice: do you file the incorporation yourself, online? Or do you pay a lawyer to do it for you? For many people, this choice comes down to price. Yes, you will save money by incorporating your business yourself.
"I trust my employees." "I want to keep things casual." "We don’t need policies and rules." In the many discussions I’ve had with small business owners about the importance of having their employees sign employment agreements, these are common objections.
Potential and current buyers of franchises, or “franchisees”, now hold a position of power when negotiating with franchise owners, or “franchisors”, thanks to new laws that came into effect in British Columbia on February 1, 2017. The Franchises Act has strict requirements that franchisors must follow when offering their franchises for sale, with severe consequences.