By On Jan 22, 2019 Form Template
Every penny counts for startups and small businesses, but some companies try to save money by neglecting to draw up contracts or to seek legal advice. This is penny wise and pound foolish. In the long run, your attempt at savings can cost your company, both in the event of legal action down the road and in lost opportunities.
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So which is the right choice for you? If you’re like most entrepreneurs starting out, you don’t have capital to burn, so the choice might already be made for you. However, if you’re on the fence, here are some pros and cons to implementing customizable legal documents and templates that should help you make a decision.
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