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Articles by Daniel T. Kane


Use of cash advances snares some small businesses

Daniel T. Kane was recently quoted in The Daily Gazette’s recent article on confessions of judgment against startup and small businesses. Here’s an excerpt: A local contractor…

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Changes in Control or Ownership Could Silently Sink Many Veteran-Owned Businesses

Background Did you know that if you are a qualifying small business you can be eligible for substantial economic benefits? The federal government and many state governments –…

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New Year’s checkup: Achieve your goals by knowing where your business stands

With each new year, we often re-examine ourselves — our health, our habits, our goals — and make resolutions for the upcoming year. Every business owner, entrepreneur, board…

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Startups and small businesses: Along with new opportunities, new year brings new laws, regulations

The New Year brings new opportunities to launch, grow, and strengthen your business, but also carries new challenges from new laws and regulations being implemented in 2019. I…

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Congress, FTC Provide New Support for Small Businesses Regarding IP and Cybersecurity

Two recent developments addressing intellectual property (IP) and cybersecurity could have a big impact on the nation’s 30.2 million small businesses. The Small Business…

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10 must-ask questions before starting a business in New York State

Starting and maintaining your own business is no small feat. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), between 2005 and 2017, 78.6 percent of newly established…

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Tully Rinckey PLLC Launches Business Navigator Program to Assist Startups, Existing Small Businesses

October 1, 2018 – Albany, N.Y. – Tully Rinckey PLLC is pleased to announce the launch of its unique, one-of-a-kind business tool. Tully Rinckey Business Navigator provides an…

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