What's more important than the money in any contract you sign?

Written by Douglas Smith

Do you know that single most important part of any contract? Many business owners are kicking themselves and their growth is hampered because they did not pay attention to it---and what it could do to them.

Business owners are understandably in a rush to grow their business. You have to be fast to stay ahead. You must always look torepparttar next deal to grow your business. Software licensing, advertising contracts, link exchange agreements, service contracts, consulting arrangements, they are what you do. But in your haste to grow and makerepparttar 119312 deal, do not run past this one detail. So often your concern on any agreement boils down to two questions, "What do I have to do and what do I get?" Ask yourself one more question.

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A New Lawsuit Filed Every 3 Seconds! Protect Yourself

Written by Carrie Solberg

It's true. According to a recent survey, one out of every 2 Americans will need a lawyer's advice inrepparttar next twelve months.

Most of these people will try to handle it on their own, because they think they can't afford a lawyer. But, if you needed an operation, would you do it yourself because you couldn't afford a surgeon? Of course not. You're not qualified, and you know it. That's why people are so desperate to find affordable health insurance.

The law is just as complex as surgery, and just as dangerous. When you go into court, it isn't about right and wrong, it's about winning, and your opponent knows it.

If they have a lawyer, that lawyer will do everything legally possible to win for his/her client. Are you willing to risk your financial health? Your home, car and all your possessions plus your future paychecks? Of course not. But lawyers are expensive, good ones can cost hundreds of dollars an hour.

You just can't afford one for every little problem, can you? Yes, you can, with a legal protection plan.

Very much like health insurance, a legal protection plan offers you a court room HMO--protection from devastating legal fees, phone consultations, document review and standard will preparation by providing attorney services at an affordable monthly rate.

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