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Changing decisions made during the business formation process

One of things that is consistently true about owning a business is that things rarely stay the same. Change and adjustment is an inevitable part of running a company, and sometimes, these changes start to impact company operations and other major aspects of a business. In some cases, it is necessary to go back and change decisions made during the business formation process. 

Well-written contracts can help ensure timely payment

It's important for an Oregon business to get paid for the goods and services it provides to customers. It's frustrating and potentially damaging for a company when a bill remains unpaid or a customer does not pay on time. Through well-written contracts with clear terms, a business can better enforce payment standards and maintain better relationships with customers. 

Honesty, contracts may help lessen chances of business litigation

Operating a company is a complex endeavor. Even when Oregon business owners do their best to ensure that their companies run smoothly and on the up-and-up, it is likely that claims against those companies will come about. Business litigation can stem from claims from customers, clients or even individuals in other companies. Fortunately, parties can do their part to lessen the likelihood of legal claims.

Tips for surviving the business formation stage

start a business.pngWhen a person is starting a business in Oregon, it is easy to become focused on the future and to run full speed ahead through the start-up stage. The business formation process can be difficult and expensive, and many entrepreneurial ventures never actually make it out of this stage. It's smart to be thoughtful and diligent in the early stages in order to lay the foundation for success in the future. 

The right approach for dealing with business contracts

There are various tools available that can allow Oregon companies to protect their legal and financial interests. This includes various types of business contracts, from agreements with employees to contracts with suppliers. There are steps that a business owner or any party about to enter this type of contract can take to minimize conflict and the potential for litigation in the future. 

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