Once you and the buyer agreed to a price on the house you're selling, you probably thought all the days of offers and counteroffers were over, right?
If you're in business long enough, you'll probably eventually get into a dispute that has you facing off against someone in a courtroom -- however, the goal is to prevent that from happening as long as possible and as often as possible.
If there's a lien on your property, you can't sell it without paying off the lien. If the lien is more than the equity that you have in the home, it can put you in the position of being unable to even sell the property -- which can become a nightmare if you need to move or can no longer afford the payments for any reason.
Opening a new business is an exciting opportunity for any business owner. However, you can lose some wind in your sail if you learn that the location in which you want to open your business is not zoned for your purposes.
If you own a business, chances are that you don’t have a lot of free time during your workday. Between meetings, client calls and reviewing financial statements, you have a wide range of responsibilities to tend to.