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Cash flow is always an important element in the smooth and successful operation of your business and is particularly key in meeting opportunities and demands.

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“I’m leaving the company to advance my career and take on new challenges.” It’s a phrase you may never want to hear during an exit interview with a valued employee.

There can be negative tax consequences when purported loan payments are recast as corporate distributions to shareholders. In some cases, the courts have ruled that withdrawals from two closely held corporations were constructive corporate distributions rather than loan proceeds and repayments.

In the global, new media economy, patent due diligence has taken on increased importance in M&A negotiations. Emerging advancements have resulted in patented technology becoming the driving force behind many transactions.

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Firing someone in a big corporation is hard enough. In a smaller company, it can be a very personal issue. And if you do a bad job handling the firing of an executive in a close-knit company, the results can be disastrous.

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Many workplace crimes are “inside jobs.” They can involve employees stealing cash, inventory, equipment or intellectual property. Or they could include more sophisticated schemes such as bribery, kickbacks or payroll fraud.

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At many companies, the mindset of managers stifles innovation and inhibits profitability. Some of the best money making ideas come from people who work on the front lines.

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Avoid e-mail and memo mistakes.

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If your business is hit by a hurricane, windstorm, blizzard, or other natural disaster, or if it falls victim to arson or terrorism, you might have to close up shop for a while. As a result, you could suffer a major loss of income.

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Few things in life are certain, but when disaster strikes, the number of fraud incidents will probably skyrocket. In the wake of a hurricane, tornado, flood, fire, earthquake or other unexpected catastrophe, fraudulent operators are always quick to surface.