There are a good deal of legal needs when owning and running a business. Contracts, paperwork, forms, filings — it's a lot. Scrutinizing the tiny details often isn’t the focus for small business owners who wear many hats. And that’s how Bigfoot*Note thrives.
This Small Business Monster loves a good bait and switch hidden in the fine print of a contract. If you’ve ever expected one thing only to find out that the contract's tiny print means you get another, you’ve been a victim of the Bigfoot*Note.
When Bigfoot*Note pairs up with Paperwork Pest, watch out. These two ghouls aim to lull business owners to sleep with extra-long agreements, slipping in fine print just as the reader’s eyes begin to droop.
Bigfoot*Note is well known for its patience, waiting months or even years when contracts are questioned. Its terrorizing work often leads to uncomfortable and time-consuming disagreements or, at its worst, potential legal situations.
Ignoring this Small Business Monster can lead to big deal issues down the road. (Once you’ve signed off on an agreement or contract, the terms are generally considered to be binding.) Here are four ways to fend off this devious ghoul.
Fending off Bigfoot*Note and other Small Business Monsters is Decent’s specialty. We see through the monster’s conniving ways: illegible print, contradictory terms, vague language. As a PEO, we help small business owners take care of their people offering affordable health insurance, payroll, HR and more. It means we're paperwork experts, and know when Bigfoot*Note is lurking in contracts and agreements.
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