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How To Protect Your Business


One of the main ways you can protect your business is to keep it separate from your personal finances. Once you co-mingle your funds, other attorney’s can “pierce the corporate veil” and come after your personal holdings. In this video Ron Blumberg of The Blumberg Law Group explains how and why to keep things separate, and how to best to protect yourself and your company.