In search of ponies: Blizzard becomes feather-raising experience

When the winter waves hit, the dogs came in, the horses got an extra scoop of sweet feed and the firewood was stacked high. Everything was ready for the bitter wind and clinging ice…Until I suddenly remembered, I had no interest in frozen chicken. Namely because a frozen chicken is wasted on a vegetarian, but […]

Everybody’s business: The scoop on when to incorporate

By Sandra Taylor-Sawyer, Ed.D.: CNJ columnist At some point in a business’ life the question of when to change legal entities, moving from a sole proprietorship to a corporation, surfaces. There are several schools of thought on this topic. One is risk. As a sole proprietorship (a single owner business), liability is unlimited. This means […]