Important Professional Support Services For Small Business
Earlier this week I posted an article on “What Should I Do To Maximize Small Business Profits for 2013″. This post is a follow-up to those recommended action steps in that article.
This follow-up provides examples of how other businesses can benefit by taking these kind of actions. The first is an testimony of how professional legal services helped this company owner…
“I write in regard to the professional and conscientious service I received on my behalf from your company. I have sent an identical letter to (company president and founder) as I wanted to make it clear to both of you exactly how I feel. I want to start off by saying thank you, your product offers a service which helps level the playing field and in …see Read more below…
— with Dc Kitson, Matt Sredzinski, Wanda Burkhart and Lillie Arnold.
Next is an example of how a business owner benefitted when being sued for $500,000
“I own a company and was sued for $500,000 by one of my employees of 7 years who had also been a good friend. This was definitely shocking and upsetting. I contacted (provider firm) and was excited to find out that I had plenty of hours pre-paid for in my plan to cover my defense. This gave me peace of mind. I was referred to a fabulous attorney in New York who I worked with for 6 months. I ended up winning the lawsuit and saving about $15,000 in legal fees. Knowing that if it went to trial also allowed me more freedom and power because I had so many additional trial hours that were covered. Thank you (provider firm).”
“When I spoke with [the attorney] about my tax problem, [she] informed me of all my options. After taking her advice and following her instruction, I contacted the IRS after they had received a letter from [her]. After months of sending documents to the IRS, the IRS found that I was insolvent. My wife and I thank [the attorney] for her life saving advice. Instead of paying the IRS $24,000.00, we only had to pay $300.00 total. This is a blessing to our lives, thanks to (provider firm).”