Your Lawyer Has Business Advice
A lawyer can assist a business the way a doctor can help a patient. He can prescribe certain steps for the entrepreneur to take before becoming involved in a business. This advice can eliminate certain difficulties later on. Tax consequences of business start-ups can be severe. Incorporation may be suggested after a business is established. Lawyers help clients determine which priorities are long-term and which short-term. Lawyers can temper a businessman's enthusiasm with good sense. They can tidy up an organization which has become careless.
Publication Name: Credit & Financial Management
Cheney proposes big cut in reserves
Defense Sec Richard B. Cheney has proposed a reduction in reserve military personnel through the disbanding of 830 National Guard and Reserve units. This plan would reduce the number of personnel by 140,000 by the end of 1994.
Publication Name: Facts on File
Subject: Business, general
By the numbers
Today's working mothers need more child care services, and more help from fathers, than ever before. A history of child care, and the present mix of American child care arrangements, is provided.
Publication Name: The New York Times Magazine