Limited personal liability is a major appeal of the corporate form to entrepreneurs. However, entrepreneurs must be careful to maintain the corporate shield. In this blog post, D. C. Toedt notes that something as simple as the way they sign a company contract can cost an entrepreneur the corporation's limited liability protection. Mr. Toedt demonstrates the wrong way, and explains the right way, to sign a company contract.
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How to Sign a Company Contract without Incurring Personal Liability