Business owners in Texas may want to bring an end to their enterprise for a number of reasons. Whether the company has been a great success and it is time for retirement or a particular venture did not thrive as expected, it is important for an entrepreneur to be certain that everything about the company is dealt with properly. If you are thinking about ending your involvement in a business, it can be important to understand the next steps.
Marilyn Monroe fans throughout Texas may be interested to learn that the copyright protection of a photographer, Bert Stern, was recently upheld for a number of famous photos of Monroe. One federal district court judge ruled that a trust for the photographer's heirs rightfully holds the copyrights for 2,571 photos taken by Stern in June 1962. Taken weeks before the star's death, they are widely esteemed as some of the most iconic celebrity photographs of the period.
Owning a business in Austin, like any other area, comes with a certain amount of risk. For instance, imagine you saved money for years to start your own accounting practice. The first few years of owning your own practice may be hard and require long hours with little profit. The risk you took by investing most of your savings may seem like it might not pay off. However, after a few more years, your business is thriving and you have even had to expand your office to accommodate additional staff. You might begin to feel more secure and that risks and threats to your practice are almost non-existent.