The top legal issues facing self employed and small business owners in 2014

Being a self employed or a small business owner means that the buck stops with you, especially in the early days when you are the chief cook and bottle washer.  You wear all the hats, Director, Accountant, Lawyer, Receptionist, Administrator – you name it, you are it.  Pretty daunting, isn’t it?

In the corporate world, ignorance of the law is no excuse and so it is important that as small business owners we develop an awareness of the legal issues that matter and equip ourselves with at least a working knowledge of the relevant areas of the law.  This should form part of our professional development plan.

We are staging a series of Legal Seminars and Workshops that will aim to give self employed and small business owners an overview of various aspects of the law. The first in the series focuses on elements of Contract Law, you can find details here:

Of the following issues that we have identified as being key in 2014, which would you say mattered most to you? Please let us know by taking part in our Poll. Thanks in advance 🙂

About Cay

Dynamic, innovative, creative, multi-skilled, trustworthy, reliable, knowledgeable - these are just some of the words that you could use to describe me. I am Cay Moore, Owner of Cay Moore Associates. I am a Christian and take an active role in community issues. I am married and have three gorgeous children who together with my husband, challenge, inspire and motivate me every day! I enjoy working and sharing my experiences with people. Leveraging my many years of experience gained from working in various capacities in England and abroad, I work with businesses and individuals to bring order to chaos and solutions to dilemmas. Contact me to see how Cay Moore Associates and/or Cay Moore Events Management could be of help to you. With best wishes for your business and personal success. Cay Owner, Cay Moore Associates email: twitter: @Cay_Moore skype: cay.mooreassociates
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