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4 Legal Templates Every Online Entrepreneur Needs

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Do you want to start an online business but don’t know how to legally protect it? Maybe you’ve already started your online business but aren’t sure if all of your legal ducks are in a row. According to a Small Business Administration survey recently, 53% of business owners are sued each year for making legal mistakes or failing to ensure their businesses are legally established. Amira Irfan of A Self Guru is a business lawyer, seven-figure blogger, and coach who provides simple DIY legal templates to help business owners start and scale their businesses legally. Unlike most unhappy lawyers, she enjoys working as a lawyer for more than 10 years and has helped over 35,000 entrepreneurs sleep better at night with her affordable legal services and templates. So, if the legal aspect of your business overwhelms or scares you, check out Amira’s valuable legal tips and templates that will make your business legal in as little as 30 minutes, saving you a lot of time and money. Amira was a teacher before she became a lawyer, so she truly knows how to make complicated legal matters simple for her customers and clients. Her blog is chock-full of legal and business tips for all types of business owners. Whether you are a blogger, freelancer, coach, social media influencer, podcaster, YouTuber, or have an ecommerce business, Amira Irfan shares 4 important legal templates that every online entrepreneur should have. Not only that, but you can easily download these legal templates from her store and start using them right away to ensure that your website is legally compliant and keep your business safe. 1. Privacy Policy (on your website) Every website is required by law to have a Privacy Policy. It informs your readers and customers WHAT information you are gathering from them and HOW you intend to use that information. The following are some examples of personal information collected from your website: Your Privacy Policy must also comply with a slew of privacy laws, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), or you will face serious monetary penalties. Amira provides a Privacy Policy template on her website that you can instantly download to make compliance simple and painless. 2. Disclaimer (on your website) Disclaimers protect you from lawsuits and allow you to “disclaim” personal liability for the content you publish. As Amira stated, “the last thing you want is for someone to rely on the information on your website and then sue you because they didn’t get the desired result.” Disclaimers include very important legal provisions designed to shield you from legal liability, even for affiliate products you recommend on your website. Depending on the type of content you publish, you will need different types of disclaimers. They are a necessary legal document that you must have on your website and even in your products, such as an ebook. 3. Terms and Conditions (on your website) Terms and Conditions are important to outline […]

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