The Benefits of a Business Plan in 2018
December is National Write a Business Plan Month! With 2017 coming to a close, it is time to start thinking about the future of your business in 2018. Now is a better time than ever to revisit your business plan, and Boyer Law Firm is here to help!
Attorney Francis M. Boyer is accepting appointments for 2018 Annual Business Planning Sessions. An appointment with Attorney Boyer includes a one on one meeting to discuss business planning and preventative business law for your new company. This session can help prevent loss and encourage the success of your company.
With January approaching, it is time to start considering investing in tax-deductible Preventative Business Law services, which include:
- A Comprehensive legal business audit or business checkup. A comprehensive business examination of any kind can bring to light any potential legal problems with your existing business.
- Business brainstorming and advise to improve both the day-to-day and large-scale aspects of the business or business concept.
- Access to our firm’s professional network of banks, brokers, CPAs, and other professional legal and non-legal services for your business needs
- Peach of mind
An experienced business attorney is also able to discuss your unique legal issues to determine whether your problems even require a business planning session.
Our firm has experience with clients from a vast array of situations which require a business plan. Additionally, a business planning session can help prepare your company for maximum growth in 2018. If you’re happy with the size of your business, you should take this opportunity to reassess the structure of your business. From here, we can help any with any necessary adjustments or updates. If you’re a soon-to-be business owner, turn your business idea not just into a reality—but a successful long-term reality—by allowing a business law attorney help you legally form a healthy business.
Don’t forget; this session qualifies as tax-deductible attorney’s fees. Schedule an appointment now until December 31, 2018, and you can deduct the cost of the meeting from your 2018 taxes.