Business Blunders!: 10 Dangerous Business Mistakes and How to Protect Your Business so It Can Thrive! by R. Shawn McBride

How DANGEROUS can business be?

Very! Consider the fact that one out of every two companies go out of business within the first five years of starting and most face some sort of legal action in their lifetime.

Situations such as a change in business partnership interests, fights over intellectual property, business insurance problems, unforeseen law suits, and other challenging issues can easily blindside or cripple a growing company. Too much wealth is lost every day, every week, every month from the little as well as large things missed by businesses.

In Business Blunders!, business consultant, longtime attorney, and CPA R. Shawn McBride identifies the critical mistakes that bring most businesses down and shows you how to plan so you can avoid these pitfalls and protect your business with key business success principles.

Whether you are just starting a business or have been established for some time you will find this book to be an essential business planning guide for protecting your assets and maximizing your wealth.
R. Shawn McBride is founder and managing member of The R. Shawn McBride Law Firm, PLLC, which concentrates on helping small to mid-size businesses protect their assets, thrive in all business situations, and ultimately reach their desired outcomes. R. Shawn is commonly involved in most of the firm’s client matters, whether it is looking at buy/sell arrangements for a client that owns part of a business to protect their long term wealth, helping a company successfully bring in investors, or assisting a company in the sale of their business. He is currently licensed to practice law in twelve states and the District of Columbia and is licensed as a CPA in Maryland and Texas. R. Shawn is also a highly sought after speaker regarding business law.



We are traveling all 50 States to collect lessons on what great things are happening in business.

We’ll be seeing what’s right in business and bringing the lesson to you here as we work our way through all 50 States (and some other places) interviewing at least one business in each state in each of our 4 categories.
Lots of lessons will emerge.

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