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"jennifer angler" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer angler" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Do not create an attorney client relationship for legal advice. Call the great people at the Orlando Law Groups office 407 512 43 94. I'm Not Gonna What's Jennifer Anglert is with me. Jennifer. We only have a couple of minutes left here in the show. Is there anything that you want to make Sure you touch on before. Of course, we say goodbye for another week. Yes, you If you're doing the easy form, you have to say that you're going to make under $50,000 a year profit for the first year, So that's something really important. I don't want people to be off on the rock. Thinking the wrong thing, And it also takes about five or six months to get the longer foreign takes up to a year, sometimes even more, especially now, So you are a non profit and you've got a big idea about doing a fundraiser. You've got to kind of plan ahead for that stuff, too. And you can't just say I'm going to start a fundraiser and then have it and expect to be able to give people the tax deductible letters. So I think the big thing about everything we talked about today is is plan ahead. Don't expect that you're going to say you know what? I'm just going to wait till the last minute and do this and then be able to have my business or have my fictitious name or any of that stuff? Um, a lot of times. People think about that for a really long time, Then they get really excited and want to do it the next day. And then they call us and they're sad because we can't make it happen. So I'm planning ahead is a really important thing in any of these things. Yeah, I always make sure that you do that. And of course, if you need help, if you need an attorney, it does make the process more streamlined in Jennifer Angler even said she can try to help you find some ways to save some money through it as well. You can call the great people at the Orlando Law Groups office at 4075124394. That's 475124394 is where you can. Finally Orlando Group or at the Orlando law group dot com. Jennifer was great talking to you this week as it is always. I know you've got goat yoga scheduled in the next couple of weeks. I've got to get mine down on the calendar, too. But of course I'll talk to you next week. Perfect. We'll just bring your wife with that just sets up. Well, let me text her that would that would actually work. How about that? You guys take her? That should have been that should be moved Now. There we go. I think that'll work. Alright, I'll have my people call your people and we'll get it lined up. Perfect. Perfect. Thank you. Alright. Always good to talk with Jennifer Angler, Of course, Make sure you can get in touch with a great people at the Orlando Law Group for 75124394. That's 47512 43.

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"jennifer angler" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer angler" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Jennifer Wrangler is with me from the Orlando Law Group. And Jennifer. We've been talking about kind of getting your business organized ahead of some some deadlines that are coming up here. In the new year. What are a few common questions? I guess that you get. We're kind of going over some of them this time of year when it comes to some of these business questions, Um, one of the other things that we get a lot that people don't know is an option. Is it? They don't want people to know that they owned the business. So on if you go on Sundays, every name on there pretty much is the owner's name is on there. And that's just how Florida does it. There are some states that don't put the names of the owners on their, um, Wyoming, for example, Nevada. So if you want to kind of like, hide your ownership, which sometimes people want to do it that in real estate And sometimes they just want to do it in the business that they're in. Um some people do real estate trust to hide it, And it's just It's a whole lot simpler if you just open an L. L. C and one of the other states that don't Published that information. Um, then doing a real estate trust. There's we get a lot of questions about that real estate investors and land trust stuff. It's called the Land Trust or real estate investment trust. They used to be used a whole lot before LLC got very strong. But again if you're in that higher level stuff, probably better to contact an attorney. But there are ways to hide your ownership from a business as a business owner, But we just can't do it in Florida. Yeah. So that's a question. We get a good bit about. Like I said, the real estate investment stuff as well, Um, one of the other things. I haven't talked about it on the show, but I need to, uh, when you get after you get your business name, you basically have to get something called an E I n number which is like the social security number of the business. It's your tax ID number. That's one of the other things that it's called. Everybody has to get that That is something you get from the IRS. That is still something that's pretty much you get instantaneously online. Um, for people who have multiple businesses, though again, that's kind of getting gummed up as well like it's not as quick as it used to be. And Lot of that after 9 11 and just became more difficult because they want to kind of track where money goes to businesses. They don't want people like opening up shell companies and getting business. I'm just getting money, but the EI a number something that everybody needs. What some people there's a place on Sunday is like when you put when you set up your corporation to put that in. You should never put that in. Because that would be like putting up your your name and your social security number online for everybody to see pretty much the exact same thing I've had clients and that have found out now because the tpp loans that the first round of kind of work their way through where people took out P p p loans for their company that they didn't take out to basically fraudulently taking out alone on your business. Um so you should that you should guard that. Yeah, I n number like you guard your social security number. And most people either don't know that Or they just don't do it because they never would think that your business identity could get stolen, but it can. It's business identity theft, basically right, So they went out and they they borrowed money in their name and and then that that has to be just just a ridiculous project and process. Getting that figured out once you find out that the loans have been taken out for your business, and of course, you didn't get the money. Yes, it's crazy, And I mean, it is hard for that to happen. Like you see their safeguards like crazy like, but with the P P p and the e idea like the loans that they did much more quickly, um, where you didn't need to submit as much documentation and stuff. That's where we've seen it. But I mean, even to the extent that a credit card can get open to your name, If your e I n numbers there, it doesn't have to be a huge loan. So, um People rushed to put that number on Sunday this just because there's a space for it there, and you should not do that, and you should be careful who you give it to. It's a whole lot easier. I mean, it's hard to guard it as well as you guard your Social Security number. I mean, my business credit card gets compromised all the time. But at least if you're thinking about the fact that your business identity can get stolen, and people can open up credit cards and stuff on in your name and your business name. Um it's just something to be thinking about. But that that next step of going to the IRS and getting the idea number is the next thing that everybody has to do. And that's why at that point you need to time to tell the IRS They ask you all these questions? Are you going to have employees? Are you going to do sales tax? Are you going to sell certain items Because certain items have different tax and stuff and you get started with that process, And you really don't know how to answer the questions. That's when it's time to get an accountant. Like I said, even if you don't get an attorney, you should have an account to help you through that stuff. Unless it's super straightforward, because once you tell the I R s something Like I said, It's really hard to walk it back because they expect you to be in a certain shoot. And then suddenly you never get employees and you said you were or you've got a partner and you said you weren't like they're expecting something different. And you don't want to get audited and all that scary stuff that nobody wants to think about. No, no one. No one wants to think about that. I got the letter in the mail A couple of weeks ago about the The stimulus. Uh, the IRS is sending out all these letters basically saying, Hey, you got your stimulus and make sure that you know that like that's not either taxpayer, not taxed like him or what it says in there now, But any time I get anything that says I r s, there's a good 30 seconds that I stare at the envelope, and I'm like, okay, we're going to open this up. And maybe there's a nightmare on the other side. So no one wants to think about that effort. I'm gonna knock on wood right now. Just so I don't have the bad luck of getting audited. She is Jennifer angler joining us, of course from the Orlando Law Group. You are listening to Lang. Down the law presented by the Orlando Law Group. You can get a question in for Jennifer at 84458093 to 6. That's 8445809326. So all of this process Jennifer, of course, dealing with you know the business name and renewing that the fictitious name and and going through your business license, And then you're dealing with the I R s what? What's the next step? I guess. What's the next question that you get the most of your trying to help people with businesses work their way through what is a a laborious process. Yes. Here. Well, I mean, the next step is is what you're going to what kind of entity are going to be for the IRS? Because you can be like this sole proprietor, you can be and Inc. Or you could be a partnership. A lot of people don't know that those are different things under the IRS, or that a partnership is actually a thing like a category of business under the IRS. So again, if you're by yourself, just doing, um Doing something on your own or length of photographers, people doing art, all that kind of stuff. It's pretty easy and now you're just going to be what you're going to be. But if you're doing business with another person in any way, if they're putting all the money in or they're putting somebody in, if they're just helping you, whatever that is, when you're in business with another person. It's always good to get something in writing. If you're buying somebody's business, even if they're just like a solo, and you're a solo like any of that. Whenever there's another human involved in your business. That's time to see a lawyer or get something in writing. And that's kind of the next step. Uh, for businesses that are doing any legs that any type of business um if you're Meeting sales tax like that. Some of the things kind of like We went through the stuff that's like the basic that every business needs, But then it really starts to branch and diverge into a lot of different things. But, yeah, if you need sales tax, if you to get your sales tax, you need to get that and get that going right away. Because again, mistake to come at you if you don't pay the south tax That's a big deal, not a big deal to get an account on board to do that, But it's stuff that you need to be thinking about. Like I said, if you're owning something with another person, then it's time to Maybe get something in writing. Um, if you're gonna go, Duke Custom clients or customers unless it's something very simple, like a one off transaction. That's very quick and easy..

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"jennifer angler" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer angler" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I'm not gonna with Jennifer Angler is with me, of course from the Orlando Law Group. She joins us every single week here on the show, Jennifer we're talking about, Um, of course, getting your business started and that deadline made for First is coming up. I'm not sure if you wanted to get into some of the reasons why this is we're doing it for nonprofits. But we were talking about fictitious names and how you have to renew that every five years, So I'm not sure where you wanted to jump to next. Well, you brought up business licenses, which is a really smart thing to have brought up the You really don't need me for this show. But since we're here, uh, business slices, and this is something that even I sometimes forget to renewed, so it's a good thing to be bringing up. Any business. Even if your home base is supposed to have a business license, and depending in what county and what city or in, you might need multiple ones. Pretty much every business needs a county business license for the county that you're in, Um, they do come and inspect sometimes even home based businesses. There's inspectors that come out and inspect. Because, of course that they find out you don't have when they give you a fine, um, if you're like a brick and mortar, they want to see it put in your business somewhere. But even like I said, home based businesses will come check because they could check sunbiz and they know what people have businesses. Um, some cities like like, like, if the city of Orlando for sure has one. And like we had our office and like known as depending on where we are office wasn't like known as in some spots. We needed a city of Orlando license incense places He didn't The city of Casselberry is especially stringent on their business license. I'd say they're about the worst, uh, in locally like they'll come get you and find you if you don't have one. So, um, I mean, it's a way for the cities and the county to get revenues so they wanted, so I'm like I said that That's a place where you could find yourself owing money that you really didn't need to. But those do need to be renewed every year. Most places let you do it online. Especially now since Covid. Um so that's just something that you should be thinking about. If you're doing something I mean, a lot of other licenses are needed for some types of businesses. Also everything from like, like if you're a hairdresser, and you're doing it from your house, if you like. There's all kinds of crazy things that need licenses in the state of Florida. So if you're doing something that you think might eat a license again. You might wanna Google if you're a little bit confused. About what the, UM What the requirements are for what you're going to do. Then ask a lawyer because they do call the fines and things that could come from just something that would be real easy to fix. You just don't want to mess with that. But it's just stuff. People don't think about when they get started because they're excited. Yeah. What I would you suggest that someone gets a lawyer for that process, Or is it just Hey, you have to figure out whether or not you need the license for how tough of a processes that I guess to navigate. I agree. I mean, anybody starting a business should talk to some professional, even if it's just an accountant, because the other big piece of getting your business started as setting it up right for tax purposes because there's some stuff that you do that you just can't walk back or you can, But then you have to change the name and start over. Um, So I like I mean, in a perfect world. Everybody talks to a lawyer for a little bit and an account for a little bit before they get started. Or once they start making money, at least at a minimum, talked to an accountant, and then they're usually if they work with businesses are going to know what to tell you to go to a lawyer. I mean, yes. You're doing anything more than last. If you're just doing stuff on a sell them some stuff on at on the side. You're making mass because you're good at sewing or whatever. You don't need to be spending a lot of money on a lawyer and all that kind of stuff. But if you're doing anything that you really plant it, try to make a good run at make some money at. Um if you're going to have clients or customers and be dealing with contracts, and all that getting a lawyer just makes a whole lot of sense and at least the expense deductible. And they should save you a lot of money in the long run quite honestly, because people just don't know this stuff. And even if you google I mean, I look for good resources because we like to share them on our website and stuff, And there's not a whole lot of really good stuff out there because no business is the one size fits all. I mean, there's 1000 different ways to do it and there's just really no good source. I mean, you could certainly do it yourself and figure it out. Get on Sundays. But if you're going to really make money or grow at all, you're eventually going to need some sort of lawyer and usually I could save people money and they come to me from the start. That's my goal. There you go. Of course, that's always the goal and you can get in touch with the great people at the Orlando Law Groups office at 407512. 4394 more with Jennifer angler coming up. If you have a question for Jennifer, you can get that question at 84458093 to 6. That's 84458093 to 6 here on Wdbo..

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05:07 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer angler" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I'm in seldom on at sea. You can have one main business and get a fictitious name for each of those. And the money. You make up the fictitious name all kind of flows up to the same big Main business. Um, and that's good, because then you don't have to have so many like each business that you have. If it's making money, you need bank accounts and tax returns. And all that. Um, so if you do a fictitious name, it's a lot simpler, an easier But, um, if you do a fictitious name, you only have to renew those every five years. But then if you forget to renew it, then you lose it. So we help people with that to a lot of times like they just forget that they have to do that every five years. So we could get it back for you, but it's easier kind of just calendar and remember it. Um, Also, when you get a fictitious name you've got to advertise in the newspaper, which is super weird, but you do. Um serious legal reasons for that, but nobody cares. Um, you have to advertise it on how to get You actually do, because I mean, the whole idea between fictitious name is is like basically, um, so somebody could find you if you wrong them that they have advertised advertising, like kind of put them out in the world. Because, like, say, you own a trucking company or something. And then you keep changing the name of it. You get in an accident. Then you change the name and then nobody can find you again. Like that's why you have to have a fictitious name just to keep people from just opening up all these names and then they can't somebody can't find you. If you do something wrong, which again you're like, who would do that? But it happens a lot with contractors. I've had, like pool companies do it. It tends to happen a lot with contractors. They will open a fictitious name and then just kind of like change to switch the business to another business. Um, it's I mean, it's to try to save the consumer. What did you think about it like that? It makes a whole lot of sense. But that's why you advertise it. Kind of like to make the paper trail to help show who owns each name so that somebody could come find you. If they have to got it got it. That does that. That does make sense because you could kind of just play a shell game there or you just change the name over and over again, and then people will eventually Give up. So if you have to renew this now, you said, if you're if you're renewing for your business, it's once every year for a fictitious name is once every five years. Is this something where it's just on you to remember it? Do you get some sort of a warning or a reminder? Kind of what I need to renew my tat like if if the city didn't didn't send me of a letter saying, Hey, it's time to renew your tags. I never would. I would be getting tickets left and right. Yeah, No, nobody remind you ever so That's why so many people forget, um, when we had when we have for our business client. Suddenly we keep a huge spreadsheet and then like we have and do every month until it gets done. Um And then if you go way, so I mean, we're always here. But if we like I said, you are lines get on a spreadsheet, but otherwise, no, there's no remembering, especially with the fictitious name. It's kind of it's pretty easy to lose track of something after five years of year, three or four or not even thinking about it, So yeah, it's on you to remember. Wow, I would forget immediately. I would I would that would not work out. Well, for me. She is Jennifer angler from the Orlando Law Group. You have a question for Jennifer. Any legal questions? You can, of course, give us equality for 458093 to 6. That's 8445809326844580932. Six right here on laying down the law is presented by the Orlando Law Group. Jennifer, I guess if if you're beginning this process you said what? Give yourself about a month in terms of renewing your, is it? Is it a business license? Is that what is renewing your business license? Well, we'll talk about business licenses to that's a good point with a lot of people forget that that this is basically establishing your entity, like going to sun bits and making a business. This is just like kind of getting the name basically and saying who owns that? Got it. Okay. Yeah. So you're okay. Got that? So? Yeah, you You said about a month or so right that people should take in order to do it. Yeah, I like it because it's just so much slower now. And, um so, yeah, You need to go get a bank account because, yeah, That's the kind of thing like would be good to get a business bank account. They want to see that you're on SUNBIZ. So it didn't used to be a big deal. And now it is, But you have your somebody who you're going to get a customer tomorrow. You're going to buy property in a week like you're pretty much too late now. Almost, unfortunately, But we've got a way to do it. It used to be real quick. Um, but, yeah, If you're planning on a business, you should be planning about a month ahead. If you're going to need a bank account, or that made official name for any reason, but bank accounts, usually the biggest one. Okay. Okay. That definitely makes sense. Says she is Jennifer angler with the Orlando Law Group. You have a question for Jennifer. You can. Of course, get that question to us at 84458093 to 6. That's 844580932684458093 to 6. You are listening to laying down the law presented by the.

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04:09 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer angler" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Sundays up for we chat about strategies that can lower your taxes in retirement that Sundays at four Sundays at Foreign Wdbo. This hour was paid for by the host and does not reflect the opinion of Wdbo. This is Wdbj 73 FM and am 5 80. Orlando's news and talk, uh Hey, welcome back to laying down the law presented by the Orlando Long group Keep in mind. The answer is given on this show Do not constitute is legal advice. They do not create an attorney client relationship for legal advice. Call the Orlando Law Groups office at 407 512 43 94 that's 475124394 or visit them online at the Orlando long group dot com. That is the Orlando law group dot com. I'm Nick Reynolds. Jennifer Angler from the Orlando Law Group is with us. We're taking your questions 84458093 to 6. That's 844. 580932684458093 to 6. And what do you say we go back to the phone lines here? Sylvia is in Orlando. Sylvia. Welcome to laying down the law. What's your question for Jennifer? Was in foreclosure here. I got a modification. I paid on it for a year and a half. And now the bank is telling me that I owe escrow back from a year and a half ago. What can I do? That happens sometimes when you kind of sign an agreement, um and maybe don't have somebody look at it, Did you when you got your modification? Did they? I assume they had you sign something right? An attorney did it for me. I didn't do it on my own. Okay, well, then you definitely should call that attorney and say what? Because again, That's part of our job. It's not part of your job because you're not going to think about all that. Obviously, that's something that needs to be contemplated. And it probably was because normally when you get behind, you're always going to be behind an escrow. Um do you know is the escrow from property taxes or is it from your a property insurance? Do you know They don't really say that. Nothing really changed the property tax. The insurance stayed the same. They just say. They did an audit and And they found that I mean there because sometimes when you're in foreclosure, the property or than the bank or the mortgage company, whoever it is puts forced property insurance on the property, and that's There was not that. Is that something that you would look at for me? Yeah, I mean, I I sometimes it it could be the fall to a lot of times. It is just the bank's fault for not setting that fourth in the beginning, because when they when you do do your modification, they're supposed to tell you everything that you owe. And if they made a mistake at a minimum, I would push back and say, Look at your mistake. Because that's part of it. Usually it's sloppy work on the banks part especially if you had an attorney, because the attorney should have thought of that. And it should be somewhere documented. Yeah, I mean, it's definitely worth fighting at and pushing back 100%. Okay. Thank you. All right. You're welcome, Sylvia. We appreciate the phone call in the question. Of course, if you want to get in touch with the great people at the Orlando Law Group you can at 4075124394. That's 4075124394 or the Orlando law group dot com. That is the Orlando law group dot com. She is Jennifer Angler. I'm Nick Reynolds. Thanks for joining us here on Wdbo 173 FM and am 58 Orlando's news and talk If you have a question for Jennifer, like Sylvia You can, of course, get in touch at 84458093 to 6. That's 84458093268445809326. We'll get to more your questions and your calls more with Jennifer.

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

"jennifer angler" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Um much. It's a line on the H two a budget. I mean, they expect to get some money in late fees and fines and that sort of thing. Um, so the semi Chua's are really aggressive about it. Some art Um, but most once you get behind a little bit, and whether, like I said, it's late fees or a bunch of fines. Then they can move forward with leans and things and the fine to the amount of the fines. It's some of its and your governing backs like you can't have a basketball hoop or you can sheds plants what you can and can't have. I'm your house color like those are all the big things that end up getting people in trouble. Um, Then there's another set of like rules that say how much they could charge you for that kind of thing. Um So yeah, it's kind of again if you're moving into an H away. I say this all the time when we talk about h two ways to, um, get all those documents before you sign on the data in line to buy the house or at least before you. I mean, you should really do it before you sign the contract, But do it before you close. Um, condos, too. Because I mean, I just had one. We had people this week that had a couple dogs. They went to buy a house. Their dogs aren't allowed because they're too big. And now what do you do? Yeah. So ask for that stuff. You're real leader should give it to you. They don't all do that, though. So you've got to be your own like advocate. Always got it. Make sure that you do your homework on that. She is Jennifer Angler. You're listening to laying down the law presented by the Orlando Law Group. You have a question for Jennifer. You can, of course, get in touch this 8445893 to 6. That's 84458093 to 6 more of your questions and Jennifer's legal thoughts coming up or we're right here on Wdbo. Now..

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06:11 min | 1 year ago

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"Will, um and then thinking that are doing a will online thinking that you just save like $500 when instead you're going to spend like $5000 after you die. Um, that's just one of the things I wish I could help everybody know and understand, But no matter how many times we say it, we still get it every week that people don't have wills or didn't do some planning that would have made it Super easy. Yeah, I went through it with with my mother when her mother passed last year, actually, in terms of getting Um, you know, bank accounts, that kind of stuff moved over once someone I mean, I You don't really think about it, Jennifer. But there's so much that has to be done when somebody passes. If even if they do have a will that If a lot of that is organized before they pass, it gets a lot easier. And if you do get a lawyer involved earlier rather than later, you can save yourself some headaches, sometimes some time. Other times. Some money, too, because I mean, my my mother had a heck of a time getting, you know, insurance money paid out in all of that, and it's just a very slow process. Right, it really is. And I mean, we have one now where the person has plenty of assets and like her heirs are getting them. But just like keeping the electricity on at the House and Um and just getting their house emptied out. There's just like so many little things you don't think about and if you don't set aside and like there's no money for that, and like this lawyers, we can't do that. So people are fronting money. I mean, people front monies for funerals and all that kind of stuff all the time. Um, and like I said, people just don't think about like that little bit of impact or just setting aside a little bit or having that one bank account, and, uh, like I said, it's going to happen every day that people aren't going to plan but it's not scary, too. Plan. A lot of people just don't want to think about it and don't do it. For that reason. Also, it's not a money thing. They just don't want to think about their death, and they don't want to put it in writing. Um, so there's all kinds of reasons. Sometimes people can't decide where they want their kids to go if they have younger kids, So I mean there's all kinds of barriers, but I cannot encourage people enough to kind of just push through them. Because it's just so much better to plan. You know what really solves it for some people is watching somebody else go through having to figure a lot of it out. If indeed it's not planned before and me watching what my mother went through. I you know when the time is appropriate when I have actual assets and things and and kids and all that when I have when I have an adult life at some point in the in the not so near future, um Then you know, like I will go do all of that because it is a battle from basically the moment that someone is lost to get all of that figured out and even just What, what You agreed with with a you know, with with a burial and all of that stuff, it really is. It's overwhelming for a lot of people and The uncomfortable moments of thinking about what could happen and what might happen. I I I think that they are not nearly as as as bad as have someone having to figure that out. So I would agree. Um, I would agree with getting a lawyer involved in getting all of that organized before the time because afterwards it is, uh It's quite a quite a lot of work. She's Jennifer angler from the Orlando Law Group. You are listening to laying down the law is brought to you by the Orlando law Group. If you have a question for Jennifer, you can, of course, give us a call. Right here on Wdbo 84458093 to 6. That's 84458093268445809326. With any legal questions that you have Jennifer while we get some of the callers lined up here over the next couple of minutes. I know you wanted to talk about some of the, uh, the changes the governor's office. Some of the laws that they signed a Is there a place you want to start there with that We can kind of roll some of this in throughout the hour. Sure. Yeah, this album. This is a quick one before we have to take the next week because I know it'll be coming. But I'm speaking of H Always there are there was a new statute passed. That impacts H aways one how they collect fines and things. Which requires an extra step. So any of my H two a board members who are listening, um or anyone who works in that field, managing associations, If you haven't clued into that, um, we have a letter that we're sending out to all of our H away clients. So I mean, if somebody calls and ask at the front desk And they could get a copy of that, too. Especially smaller. Hou is that kind of do their own management or whatever, but again if you don't do the, uh H ways can lean your property. Obviously they can find your property depending on what your governing documents say. But this is the H away doesn't do it properly and add this new step in then you'll have to start all the way back at square one, which obviously waste the association's money. No one should do that. But so yeah, for my H two a people, there's some new staff. That's the main thing. There are a few other changes. But if you don't know what I'm talking about, and you manage, are involved in an H O A. Like I said, Give us a call or email. Essen will send you the information. So you have it. I mean, again. Just if you are on an Hou always should be checking those new statutes every year. Um, and anybody who's involved in anything that That statutorily based statutes change. They usually become effective in June or July, announced the time to be looking at it. And that's a major one. Quick question. If if an H Away does find you, Where does the find money go? And what do they use it on? I never understand. I never really I've never had an H away. So is that agreed upon. I'm guessing in your You know in in the way that that it's formed or where does the money go? Well, so the fines that they bring in an interest because yeah, everything once. I mean, once you all the money H away, whether it's a fine or being late, or whatever late fees then it goes on your ledger. Which is that where you what you owe the H O A. And everybody has one because your normal H o a dues are on there, too. Like normal, normal money that you owe Then it just starts accruing, Uh, there's attorney's fees. Once attorney's fees get involved. That piece goes right to the attorney, but then otherwise, eventually, when the money is collected, it just goes into the OAS general fund..

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"Holiday weekend. Of course Next week. I'm heading out of town. I've got a vacation for the first time in a while here, so I'm looking forward to getting out of town a little bit and enjoying some family and friends. Nice. Nice. Yes, You worked very hard and you never get a vacation, So I'm glad. Glad to hear that. I say that on the air in case anyone in management is listening. That's all. I just, I make sure to say that so they're like, Wow, that guy is working hard. That guy is just He's really killing it for us. I hope that we know that that's that's I hope they know that to tell them to call me. I'll tell them. How about you, Jennifer? Do you have any plans for the for the Fourth of July weekend? Yes, I'm going on college visits with my daughter to the mid. Congratulations. Nice. Yeah, we're going to it's weird places for Fourth of July weekend, but she's excited. So that's good. All right. Good. I remember that time and checking out some of the colleges. Everything that doesn't matter is important to you and all the stuff that does, that's That's why you go with Jennifer so that she can focus on the stuff that's actually important. Exactly exactly. So, what do you want to get into? I know that we have we are. We already have some questions lining up. You have a question for Jennifer. I guess I should give the number out. 84458 Oh, 93 to 6. That's 844. 58093268445809326 will take listener questions. If you have a legal question for Jennifer, Go ahead and get an 84458093 to 6. And what else would you like to get into today? Well, if we have callers, we can start with them so they don't have to wait. There's a couple things that we didn't get to talk about in our about some of the statutory changes that the governor signed into law, and there's time to talk about that I will Sprinkle it and as we can, um, But yes, you have callers. You can get right to the Yeah, Let's get to him. Jonathan Orlando, He is online one. Why don't we get started with John? Welcome into laying down the law. John, What's your question for Jennifer? Hi. I'm wondering if someone has a will do they still have to go do pervade. Oh probate, one of our favorite topics to talk about that right after H H O is in probate. Those are the two at the top of the list that we get the most questions about. I think, Jennifer Yeah, exactly. So, um, there is not an exact easy answer for that. Basically wills. The reason you write a will is for probate. Anything in a will has to go through probate. Now There's a lot of other things that we can do so that you don't need probate, and we usually have a will. It's just kind of like a catch all just in case. But you should have something rather than nothing. Because if you don't have a will you also go to probate. So, um, I mean, there's things we can do with beneficiaries like your life insurance, beneficiary and beneficiaries of 41 case. Bank accounts almost any kind of account that you have money and in a bank, um, can have a beneficiary and then you don't need a will. And then you don't need the probate. Um, if you've got property, there's things we can do with deeds, Um, life estate deeds or other types of deeds. Where then when you pass your property goes right to your heirs or whoever else you wanted it to. So those are things you can do. Usually it kind of you have nothing left, but a car those you could usually take care of without probate. Um People tend to tend them and sometimes forget and leave an account out. Um, that beneficiary thing, So you always always should have a will. Um, but there's plenty of other things we can do during a state planning to make sure you don't need the probate. And that's one of the reasons why you shouldn't just like kind of get a well off line or get. I mean, I know they had their software you can buy and like things you can get off the Internet. But if you don't talk to an attorney about some of these other alternatives because you want to save money on their front end on the will, you usually end up needing a probate, and it costs more on the back end. So I can't encourage people enough to have a will in general, but also talk to somebody about all of your assets. Um, and then you pretty much can save a whole lot of money and time and effort. And aggravation for the people that you leave behind. Excellent. Thank you so much. All right, John. We really do appreciate the phone call, of course 84458093 to 6. That's 8445809326. Is that number 8445809326 of a question for Jennifer Angler? This is laying down the law brought to you by the Orlando Law Group once again, that number 844580. 9326. So it's not a not a short answer. Of course, Jennifer. It's kind of complicated. Um, so if you do have a will, though there's still a lot of legal red tape. You kind of have to work through with some of that stuff, huh? Yeah. I mean, we didn't I didn't mention trust. But the trust is a way to get around probate, too. But you still have to do something called Trust Administration. So they trust doesn't magically take care of things either. But I mean, if you have beneficiary based everything, then I mean, yeah, we have to. Usually you have to, like, Go down and take care of your car. Um, the one your death certificate kind of gets filed That stuff that happens without you even having to do anything so that properly their praise or figures out and starts changing things. Um, and usually, then you just have to send death certificates out to like banks and that sort of thing. So I mean, it still could be overwhelming for people have no idea how to do it. And we still help people. I give them a little bit of advice. Um, but, yeah, the best conversation we could have with someone after their family passes is that look, just do these three things. You don't need a probate. You just spent like 30 minutes with us. You don't eat anymore Lawyer time and it's just so seamless and easy and.

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"Jennifer Wrangler is with me from the Orlando Law Group. And Jennifer. We've been talking about kind of getting your business organized ahead of some some deadlines that are coming up here. In the new year. What are a few common questions? I guess that you get. We're kind of going over some of them this time of year when it comes to some of these business questions. One of the other things that we get a lot that people don't know is an option is if they don't want people to know that they own the business. So on if you go on SUNBIZ, every name on there pretty much is the owner's name is on there, And that's just how Florida does it. There are some states that don't put the names of the owners on their, UM, Wyoming, for example, Nevada. So if you want to kind of like, hide your ownership, which sometimes people want to do it that in real estate, and sometimes they just want to do it in the business that they're in. Um some people do real estate trust to hide it, And it's just It's a whole lot simpler if you just open an LLC in one of the other states that don't Published that information. Um, then doing a real estate trust. There's we get a lot of questions about that real estate investors and land trust stuff. It's called the Land Trust or real estate investment trust. They used to be used a whole lot before LLC got very strong. But again if you're in that higher level stuff, probably better to contact an attorney. But there are ways to hide your ownership from a business as a business owner, But we just can't do it in Florida. Yeah. So that's a question. We get a good bit about. Like I said, the real estate investment stuff as well, Um, one of the other things I don't. I haven't talked about it on the show, but I need to, uh, when you get after you get your business name, you basically have to get something called an E I n number which is like the social security number of the business. It's your tax ID number. That's one of the other things that it's called. Everybody has to get that That is something you get from the IRS. That is still something that's pretty much you get instantaneously online. For people who have multiple businesses again. That's kind of getting gummed up as well like it's not as quick as it used to be. And a lot of that after 9 11 and just became more difficult because they want to kind of track where money goes to businesses they don't want people like opening up Shell companies think getting business. I'm just getting money. But the EI a number something that everybody needs. What some people there's a place on Sunday is like when you put when you set up your corporation to put that in. You should never put that in. Because that would be like putting up your your name and your social security number online for everybody to see pretty much the exact same thing I've had clients and that have found out now because the tpp loans that the first round up kind of work their way through where people took out P p p loans for their company that they didn't take out to basically fraudulently taking out alone on your business. Um so you should that you should guard that. Yeah, I n number like you guard your social security number, and most people either don't know that Or they just don't do it because they never would think that your business identity could get stolen, but it can. It's business identity theft, basically right, So they went out and they they borrowed money in their name and And then that that has to be just just a ridiculous product project and process Getting that figured out once you find out that the loans have been taken out for your business, and of course, you didn't get the money. Yes, it's crazy, And I mean, it is hard for that to happen. Like you see their safeguards like crazy like, but with the P P p and the e idea like the loans that they did much more quickly where you didn't need to submit as much documentation and stuff. That's where we've seen it. But I mean, even to the extent that a credit card can get open to your name, If you're Ian numbers there, it doesn't have to be a huge loan. So, um People rushed to put that number on certain bears just because there's a space for it there, and you should not do that, and you should be careful who you give it to. It's a whole lot easier. I mean, it's hard to guard it as well as you guard your Social Security number. I mean, my business credit card gets compromised all the time. But at least if you're thinking about the fact that your business identity can get stolen, and people can open up credit cards and stuff on in your name and your business name. Um it's just something to be thinking about. But that that next step of going to the IRS and getting the idea number is the next thing that everybody has to do, And that's why at that point you need to turn to tell the IRS. They ask you all these questions? Are you going to have employees? Are you going to do sales tax? Are you going to sell certain items Because certain items have different tax and stuff and you get started with that process, And you really don't know how to answer the questions. That's when it's time to get an accountant. Um, like I said, even if you don't get an attorney, you should have an account to help you through that stuff. Unless it's super straightforward. Because once you tell the I R s something Like I said, It's really hard to walk it back because they expect you to be in a certain shoot. And then suddenly you never get employees and you said you were or you've got a partner and you said you weren't like they're expecting something different. And you don't want to get audited and all that scary stuff that nobody wants to think about. No, no one. No one wants to think about that. I got the letter in the mail A couple of weeks ago about the The stimulus. The IRS is sending out all these letters basically saying, Hey, you got your stimulus and make sure that you know that like that's not either taxpayer, not tax, but I can never what it says in there now, But any time I get anything that says I r s, there's a good 30 seconds that I stare at the envelope, and I'm like, okay, we're gonna open this up. And maybe there's a nightmare on the other side. So no one wants to think about that effort. I'm gonna knock on wood right now. Just so I don't have the bad luck of getting audited. She has Jennifer Angler joining us, of course from the Orlando Law Group. You are listening to laying down the law presented by the Orlando Law Group. You can get a question in for Jennifer at 84458093 to 6. That's 8445809326. So all of this process Jennifer, of course, dealing with you know the business name and renewing that the fictitious name and and going through your business license. And then you're dealing with the I R s What? What's the next step? I guess. What's the next question that you get the most as you're trying to Help people with businesses work their way through what is a a laborious process here. Well, I mean, the next step is is what you're going to what kind of entity you're going to be for the I R. S because you can be like this is so proprietor you can be and a corporation. Or you could be a partnership. A lot of people don't know that those are different things under the IRS, or that a partnership is actually a thing like a category of business under the IRS. So again, if you're by yourself, just doing, um Doing something on your own or length of photographers, people doing art, all that kind of stuff. It's pretty easy and now you're just going to be what you're going to be. But if you're doing business with another person in any way, if they're putting all the money in or they're putting somebody in if they're just helping you, whatever that is, when you're in business with another person. It's always good to get something in writing. Um, if you're buying somebody's business, even if they're just like a solo, and you're a solo like any of that, whenever there's another human involved in your business. That's time to see a lawyer or get something in writing. And that's kind of the next step. Uh, four businesses that are doing any legs that any type of business Um, if you're Needing sales tax like that. Some of the things kind of like We went through the stuff that's like the basic that every business needs, But then it really starts to branch and diverge into a lot of different things. But, yeah, if you need sales tax if you get yourself tax, you need to get that and get that going right away. Because again, mistake could come at you. If you don't pay the south tax. That's a big deal, not a big deal to get an account on board to do that, But it's stuff that you need to be thinking about..

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"I'm not gonna wits Jennifer Anglert is with me, of course from the Orlando Law Group. She joins us every single week here on the show, Jennifer we're talking about, um, of course, getting your business started and that deadline may 1st is coming up. I'm not sure if you wanted to get into some of the reasons why this is we're doing it for nonprofits. But we were talking about fictitious names and how you have to renew that every five years, So I'm not sure where you wanted to jump to next. Well, you brought up business licenses, which is a really smart thing to have brought up. See, You really don't need me for this show. But since we're here, uh, business slices, and this is something that I even I sometimes forget to renews. So it's a good thing to be bringing up. Any business. Even if your home base is supposed to have a business license, and depending in what county and what city or in, you might need multiple ones. Pretty much every business needs a county business license for the county that you're in, Um, they do come and inspect sometimes even home based businesses. There's inspectors that come out and inspect. Because, of course that they find out you don't have when they give you a fine, um, if you're like a brick and mortar, they want to see it put in your business somewhere. But even like I said, home based businesses will come check because they could check sunbiz and they know what people have businesses. Um, some cities like like liking. If the city of Orlando for sure has one, and like we had our office and like known as depending on where we are office wasn't like known as in some spots. We needed a city of Orlando license in some places. He didn't The city of Casselberry is especially, uh, stringent on their business license. I'd say they're about the worst in locally like they'll come get you and find you if you don't have one. So, um, I mean, it's a way for the cities and the county to get revenues so they want it. So I'm like I said that That's a place where you could find yourself owing money that you really didn't need to. But those do need to be renewed every year. Most places let you do it online. Especially now since Covid. Um so that's just something that you should be thinking about. If you're doing something I mean, a lot of other licenses are needed for some types of businesses. Also everything from like, like if your hairdresser and you're doing it from your house, if you like. There's all kinds of crazy things that need licenses in the state of Florida. So if you're doing something that you think might eat a license again, you might want to Google if you're a little bit confused. About what the, UM What the requirements are for what you're going to do. Then ask a lawyer because they do call the fines and things that could come from just something that would be real easy to fix. You just don't want to mess with that. But it's just stuff People don't think about when they get started, cause they're excited. Yeah. What I would you suggest that someone gets a lawyer for that process, Or is it just Hey, you have to figure out whether or not you need the license for how tough of a processes that I guess to navigate. I agree. I mean, anybody starting a business should talk to some professional, even if it's just an accountant, because the other big piece of getting your business started as setting it up right for tax purposes because there's some stuff that you do that you just can't walk back or you can, But then you have to change the name and start over. Um, So I like I mean, in a perfect world. Everybody talks to a lawyer for a little bit and an account for a little bit before they get started. Or once they start making money, at least at a minimum, talked to an accountant, and then they're usually if they work with businesses are going to know what to tell you to go to a lawyer, But, yeah, I mean, yes. You're doing anything more than less. If you're just doing stuff on a selling some stuff on at the on the side, you're making mass because you're good at sewing or whatever you don't need to be spent. Then a lot of money on a lawyer and all that kind of stuff. But if you're doing anything that you really plan to try to make a good run at make some money at if you're going to have clients or customers and be dealing with contracts, and all that getting a lawyer just makes a whole lot of sense and at least the extent adaptable and they should save you a lot of money in the long run. Quite honestly because people just don't know this stuff. And even if you Google I mean, I I look for good resources because we like to share them on our website and stuff, And there's not a whole lot of really good stuff out there because no business is the one side, that's all. I mean, there's 1000 different ways to do it, and there's just really no good source. I mean, you could certainly do it yourself and figure it out and get on Sundays. But if you're going to really make money or grow at all, you're eventually going to need some sort of lawyer and usually I could save people money. They come to me from the start. That's my goal. There you go. Of course, that's always the goal and you can get in touch with the great people at the Orlando Law Groups office at 4075124394 more with Jennifer Angler coming up. If you have a question for Jennifer, you can get that question at 84458093 to 6. That's 84458093 to 6 here on Wdbo. Question. 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"Um, So if you do a fictitious name is a lot simpler, an easier But, um, if you do a fictitious name, you only have to renew those every five years. But then if you forget to renew it, then you lose it. So we help people with that to a lot of times like they just forget that they have to do that every five years so we could get it back for you. But it's easier kind of just calendar and remember it, um Also when you get a fictitious name, you've got an advertisement in the newspaper, which is super weird, But you do. Um There's legal reasons for that happen. Nobody cares. Um, you have to advertise it. I have it back. You actually do, because I mean, the whole idea between fictitious name is is like basically, um, so somebody could find you, if you wrong them that they have advertised advertising, like kind of put them out in the world because, like, say, you own a trucking company or something, And then you keep changing the name of it. You get in an accident that you change the name and then nobody can find you again like that's why you have to have a fictitious name just to keep people from just opening up all these names and then they can't Somebody can't find you. If you do something wrong, which again? You're like, who would do that? But, um, it happens a lot with crime tractors. I've had like pool companies do it. It tends to happen a lot with contractors. They will open a fictitious name and then just kind of like change. Switch the business to another business. Um, it's I mean, it's to try to save the consumer, which did you think about it like that? It makes a whole lot of sense. But that's why you advertise it. Kind of like to make a paper trail to help show who owns each name so that somebody could come find you. If they have to got it got it That does that. That does make sense because you can kind of just play a shell game there where you just change the name over and over again, and then people will eventually Give up. So if if you have to renew this now, you said, if you're if you're renewing for your business, it's once every year for a fictitious name is once every five years. Is this something where it's just on you to remember it? Do you get some sort of a warning or a reminder? Kind of what I need to renew my tat like if if the city didn't didn't send me a letter saying, Hey, it's time to renew your tags. I never would. I would be getting tickets left and right. You know, nobody reminds you ever. So that's why so many people forget, um, when we had When we offer our business clients something we keep a huge spreadsheet and then, like we hound you every month until it gets done. Um And then, if you know, we still I mean, we're always here, But like I said, you are lying to get on a spreadsheet, but otherwise, no, there's no remembrance, especially with the fictitious name. It's kind of it's pretty easy to lose track of something After five years of year, three or four. You're not even thinking about it. So yeah, it's on you to remember. Wow, I would forget immediately. I would I would that would not work out. Well, for me. She is Jennifer angler from the Orlando Law Group. You have a question for Jennifer. Any legal questions? You can, of course, give us a quality 4458093 to 6. That's 844. 58093268445809326 right here on laying down the law is presented by the Orlando Law Group. Jennifer, I guess if if you're beginning this process you said what? Give yourself about a month in terms of renewing your, is it? Is it a business licenses? Evidence renewing your business license. Well, we'll talk about business licenses to that's a good point with a lot of people forget that that this is basically establishing your entity like going to sun bids and making a business. This is just like kind of getting the name basically and saying who owns that? Got it. Okay. Yeah. So you're okay. Got that? So? Yeah, you You said about a month or so right that people should take in order to do it. Yeah, I like it because it's just so much slower now and, um so, yes. You need to go get a bank account because yes, That's the kind of thing like would be good to get a business bank account. They want to see that you're on SUNBIZ. So it didn't used to be a big deal. And now it is, But yeah, there's somebody who you're going to get a customer tomorrow. You're going to buy property in a week like you're pretty much too late now. Almost, unfortunately, But we've got a way to do it. It used to be real quick. Um, but, yeah, If you're planning on a business, you should be planning about a month ahead. If you're going to need a bank account, or that made official name for any reason, but bank accounts, usually the biggest one. Okay. Okay. That definitely makes sense. As she is Jennifer angler with the Orlando Law Group. You have a question for Jennifer. You can. Of course, get that question to us at 84458093 to 6. That's 844. 580932684458093 to 6. You are listening to laying down the law presented by the.

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"I'm not gonna What's Jennifer Angler is with me from the Orlando Law Group as she is every single Sunday because without her, we'd be short on the loss side of things. I could talk for an hour, but I don't think we'd get much legal stuff done so It's always good to talk to Jennifer every single week here on the show, Jennifer, how you doing? I'm doing good. How about you? I'm doing good goat yoga is is going to get scheduled. My my wife heard you talking about it last week and go goat yoga. Is it go? Um so I I could not talk her out of it after after your Ian endorsement last week. We're going again on the We're going again before my show on the 28th sell. Um maybe I'll see you there. All right, The 28th. Okay. All right. So you're signed up for a second goat yoga? Um, I am. I mean, my my wife has put the go and go now. I guess that's it. She just wants to get there. So we will, uh We will see. Maybe we'll be there on the same day. If you have a question for Jennifer, Of course, you can get your calls in at 84458093 to 6. That's 84458093268445809326 will answer your legal questions there at 844580932. Six and and, of course today, just like every single week we're gonna go through some of the questions that Jennifer has gotten throughout the week and your phone calls as well at 8445809326. Jennifer, Where would you like to start? Because last week we talked a little bit of real estate law. I'll probably even have a couple of questions as well as I continue to shop for a home so plenty of questions have come up so Where would you like to start? Okay, well, today, I know we're going to start out with some business questions about either starting your business or on if you have a business what you need to do to renew a lot of people are asking about fictitious names and that sort of thing and renewing them and all that so Basically every year if you have a business that you've organized and that means basically going on SUNBIZ and actually getting a business A lot of people run businesses, and they don't have a specific business entity, and they just kind of run into their personal bank account. Now I've talked a lot about if you do have any type of side hustle, or even if you drive for uber, whatever you do, you sell stuff on SC any of that kind of stuff. Most people have a second business or some sort of thing that they're doing. It is really good to formalize that. There's a lot of good things about doing that tax wise. Um And right now, if you would have had a business formalize, you could get PTP money in the second round. All that kind of stuff, But a lot of people don't even know how to begin to go about that. Or if they are already have a business, and they did it on Sundays a year or two ago. They don't know that they have to renew it every year. So yet and then and then that stinks because then if you forget to renew, you've got to pay a huge tree. Um, so basically organizing your business is really easy. We do it for people all the time. And usually when we do what we get. People come to us because they went extra advice about taxes and that kind of stuff, But you can definitely do it for yourself. And if you do it for yourself, you just go to Sunday's dot com. It's like the secretary of state's website and you're at me. Pay to organize your business. Um, once you do that you do have to do it every year and you have to do it by They first of the next year. So a lot of times like if it's close to the end of the year, we just have people wait until the new year. But if you started something in 2020, or you're starting something in this year now is the time to go and put your and start your business. Now, if you have to make a change that you have to change the address, or you change over whatever you've got to pay every time you do that to make sure if you're a little bit uncertain, Make sure you're certain before you do it, because you've got to pay like 35 bucks to get it done, Um, to make changes. Also, the state is really slow this year. So, um Usually you used to get them like in a day or two. Like you just have your business. It's all done online, and they'd email it to you a couple days later, and then you'd be set. But now it's taking up to about a month. I think so. Because, like covid shutdowns and stuff. We do have related quickly get it for you with curry ear's and stuff If you need it, um, so we've had to do that, for some people that are either like buying a business and then they just kind of way that for the last minute to get the new business started, um or if they bought real estate. We talked a lot about buying real estate in an LLC. Um, And that's another way to to real estate rental, real estate, and then they're about to close. And then they suddenly don't have the LLC Forbes. So give yourself about a month if you're doing it, um, otherwise, if you need a rush, like I said, you could call us and we can give you the tips on how to do it. Or we could just help help do it for you. It involves a courier just kind of like the capital. So that offices open like one hour a day it but we know how to get in there. Um, but there's all kinds of reasons to open businesses. And that's like I said, owning real estate or any type of side hustle. Um, but the first step is to open the LLC. Um, if you forget to renew by May 1st, then it's almost $400 to renew. I'm normally It's like, Yeah, it's like it's $120 fish. If you're a nonprofit corporation, you also have to do the same process, but it's a little bit cheaper to be a nonprofit. Um, if you are there going to be a business, you should always be a profit biscuits. Um, I've gotten people that try to do in that start themselves as non profit for some reason, And you really shouldn't do that. Unless you're like doing a charitable organization. People don't do it right because it doesn't help you because if you make a profit, you make a profit, but some people kind of get confused about what for Often is and what not for profit is which I know. Sounds weird, but it happens. Um If you are starting a nonprofit, we do help people with that, too. I actually do get a lot of questions about that. And maybe we could talk about that a little bit today, Depending on what the colors we get. But basically you set your business and you renew it every year. Now Some people do a fictitious name or they say that and they don't really know what that is, but they think it's They just think they should have it. Um, a fictitious name is basically it can be a really good thing, especially if you run lots of things out of one business like, say you might drive for uber, But you're also a photographer. And then maybe you also make crafts or something I'm in sell them on at sea. You can have one main business and get a fictitious name for each of those and the money. You make it the fictitious name all kind of flows up to the same big Main business. Um, and that's good, because then you don't have to have so many like each business that you have. If it's making money, you need bank accounts and tax returns. And all that..

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