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The Truth About Owning Nothing and Controlling Everything

“Own Nothing, and Control Everything.” If you follow popular entrepreneur influencers on social media, you’ve probably encountered this phrase. It refers to the idea that, as a business owner,  the best way to preserve your wealth is through the use of business structures that remove you as the legal owner of your assets while still […]

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Protecting Your Intellectual Property as an Independent Contractor

How do I Protect my Intellectual Property as an Independent Contractor? Unless you own real estate, your intellectual property (IP) is probably your business’s most valuable asset. This is especially true for freelance entrepreneurs who work for others as independent contractors. Your intellectual property sets you apart from your competitors. Furthermore, your intellectual property can

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Firing A Client

Firing Clients: When Enough is Enough All money, ain’t good money… When you find a client who is willing and able to pay on time, typically, you try to hold onto them. But occasionally, you come across a client whose money isn’t worth the headache that accompanies it. For example, you may have a client

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NIL rights and AND1 Mixtape

NIL Rights in Real Life: The AND1 Ballers Could Have Used a Good Lawyer

NIL Rights in Real Life By Patrick Hanafin and Zane Johnson The AND1 Ballers Could Have Used a Good Lawyer Debuting in 1998, The AND1 Mixtape was a cultural phenomenon. The concept was simple: take the highlights from various pickup basketball games and have a DJ slice up some hip-hop beats under the edited footage.

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