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August 2016 Archives

What are signs of bad lending practices?

Setting out on a new business venture in Georgia means facing new hurdles. For example, there are plenty of lending practices out there that are waiting to prey on you rather than help you. We at Kaufman & Foreman, P.C., wish to help you identify signs of these bad lending practices before they can do you harm.

Are you eligible for the 7(a) loan program?

As a small business owner in Georgia, you have some financial hurdles ahead of you. The cost of starting and running a business can be vast and when you first get going, you may not have the money you need to keep you afloat. This is where the 7(a) loan program can come in, but you will need to determine if you are eligible first.

Smart investments small business owners should consider

Small business owners in Georgia have many financial options to consider. Not only will they be facing plenty of new gains as a business, but they will also be facing many fees and potential financial losses. The best way to plan for these issues is by investing smartly early on.

How does a 7(a) loan work?

As a business owner in Georgia, you have a lot of great ideas that you’re just waiting to get out there to the public. However, we at Kaufman & Foreman, P.C., understand that you might sometimes need a little help getting your financial footing, especially when you’re first starting off.

What sets apart an acquisition from a merger?

As a business owner in Georgia, you have many expansion options set before you. Two of the most common ways of taking on valuable parts of another company are mergers and acquisitions. Here, we take a look at the difference between those two.

Why should franchises be terminated properly?

Business owners in Georgia like you may have become involved with franchising or partnerships in order to grow your business. But these partnerships aren’t always cut out for the long haul. We here at Kaufman & Foreman, P.C., understand that you may want to let a franchise or partnership go. However, you should do it in accordance to the terms of your contract.

When should you end a joint business venture?

As a business owner in Georgia, you may have entered into a joint business venture with one or more other parties at some point. This is a popular way to split the profit and risk of a large project. However, sometimes there are hidden risks and unforeseen issues in these ventures that may take you by surprise. You should therefore know when to employ an exit strategy.

Is arbitration better than litigation?

International commercial disputes are a different can of worms compared to domestic issues. International business owners based in Georgia, like you, have probably dealt with your fair share of inter-country crises that need to be handled quickly. There are many discussions about whether or not arbitration is better to handle these matters, but what do the facts say?

What are the benefits of a joint venture?

Georgian business owners like you are often looking to expand their businesses. We here at Kaufman & Foreman, P.C., understand that you want to check out as many different avenues as possible, including joint business ventures, which are a popular method of gaining more while risking less.

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