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Using pre-made business contracts may not be smart

There are many factors that an Oregon business owner has to think about when starting a new business, including how to protect the business during transactions. One of the most important tools available to owners are business contracts, as these agreement can significantly reduce the chance of legal complications or financial loss. There are many options available, including pre-made or pre-printed contracts, but using them may not always be the smartest move.

Contracts provide security for commercial photographers

Starting out as a photographer is a difficult process, as many potential Oregon entrepreneurs find out. This is especially true for individuals who are interested in making a career in commercial photography. Things can be tricky when a person wants to make a living based on his or her personal skills, and there is significant benefit in using contracts for every paying job, even down to the smallest assignment. 

The impact of certain choices during the business formation stage

Launching a new company is an exciting time for an Oregon entrepreneur. This step usually comes after months of preparation, planning and organization, and it's easy to understand why a person may be anxious to move forward as quickly as possible. While this enthusiasm is laudable, it's often most prudent to slow down the business formation process in order to make the best possible choices for the future of the small business. 

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