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Anna Rabe

Piercing the corporate veil: what does it mean for photographers and how to prevent it

“The corporate veil” is the term used to describe the way that the liability of shareholders of a company is limited to their ownership in the company and does not extend to their personal assets. In one sense the “corporate veil” is a way of affirming that a corporation is a legally distinct entity, capable...
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GDPR and Photographs

Following our earlier articles addressing GDPR for Photographers based outside of the EU (and particularly in the USA), we received a number of questions asking what GDPR means for the storage of photographs. If you don’t know what GDPR is, then read this article about GDPR and your photography business first before you read this...
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Prepared Food and Photography Sessions

Prepared Food and Photography Sessions seem to go together like sugar and spice. Whether it is Cake Smash Sessions, a tea party for a birthday girl and her friends, a styled wedding shoot, or a boudoir shoot with chocolate strawberries – many photographers offer shoots which involve food! Value adding and collaborating with other businesses...
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What is GDPR & how does it affect your photography business?

  General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the new data protection law that will take effect on May 25, 2018 in all 28 European Union (EU) countries. So how does this impact your photography business based in the US or elsewhere outside of the EU? These important changes may impact the services you use to...
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The new tax law and your photography business

It’s likely you’ve heard about the new tax legislation – the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – and that it will impact you as a business owner. But do you know how the new tax law and your photography business will interact with each other? Firstly, you need to make sure you understand the type...
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