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About Phil Akalp

Phil Akalp runs CorpNet.com with his wife Nellie. A web marketer at heart, Phil has become a “Do-it-yourself through automation” evangelist. He is a pioneer of online legal self help, with an unrivaled passion for providing small business owners with legal assistance they can afford. Phil’s last document filing business was acquired by Intuit.

Paycheck Protection Program Loan Checklist

The SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program is an amazing opportunity for small businesses. It provides a 100% forgivable loan to cover payroll, rent, and utilities. The United States government has moved swiftly to get this program funded and operational. And in some cases, a little too quick for the average business owner to keep up with.

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2020-04-22T12:31:54-07:00April 16th, 2020|Categories: Ongoing Management and Protection|

Don’t Lock Your Credit if You’re Applying for a CARES Act Loan

I’d like to do a very quick public service announcement to alert you of something that can turn into a pretty big mistake. Things are moving so quickly with the CARES Act and Coronavirus relief that I almost didn’t catch it myself.

If you’ve locked your credit profile at Experian, Equifax, TransUnion, or another credit reporting […]

2020-06-15T10:44:39-07:00April 14th, 2020|Categories: Crisis Management, Ongoing Management and Protection|

Get Back Your Time: 5 Tools to Help You Manage Your Small Business Tasks

I have to be really disciplined to ensure that I make the most of my time at work. After all, there’s so much to do and so little time to do it! For business time management, I’ve discovered a few cool tools that help me do more with the time I have.

2021-12-06T13:25:29-08:00August 24th, 2015|Categories: Ongoing Management and Protection|

5 Tips to Smarter and More Efficient Business Meetings

Nobody likes business meetings. So why do we have so many? Unfortunately, they’re a necessary evil when it comes to running a business. Having led my fair share of meetings at CorpNet, believe me: I hate it as much as my employees when I see them glaze over and stop listening to what I think is essential material. So I’ve devised my own strategies for waking them up and making the meetings more productive.

2019-12-09T08:08:27-08:00May 15th, 2015|Categories: Ongoing Management and Protection|

5 Ways to Show Administrative Professionals a Little Appreciation

There’s an important holiday on Wednesday, and it’s likely one you’ve overlooked. It’s Administrative Professionals’ Day, and a day that you need to make sure you show support to the people in your office that help you run like a well-oiled machine.

2021-12-06T13:08:09-08:00April 20th, 2015|Categories: Ongoing Management and Protection|

6 Ways to Lead by Example

Running a company — and therefore being in charge of people — is both a blessing and a curse. It’s a blessing because it’s fulfilling in so many ways. But it can be a challenge because every day, regardless of how you feel, you have people looking to you for guidance. You’ve got to be on your toes and ensure that you’re doing your best to lead by example so that your staff emulates what you do and works their hardest for your company. Here are 6 tactics I’ve found effective in my leadership strategy.

2021-12-06T12:56:25-08:00February 25th, 2015|Categories: Ongoing Management and Protection|

What I Love About Having My Business Partner as My Valentine

One thing that makes CorpNet.com unique is that it's run by husband/wife team, Phil and Nellie Akalp. In honor of Valentine's Day, Phil answers a few questions about working with the one he loves. What's the best thing about working with your spouse? Well…we have A LOT more to talk about at dinner and on date night. Although it’s important to separate the stressful part of our work lives from our personal lives, I find it very beneficial to our relationship to share and discuss the exciting and/or creative parts of our business…even during “personal time.” We really “connect” when we are excited about something at work. Thus it’s always a good idea to discuss a new project or idea…but we NEVER discuss accounting, taxes, or legal matters on date night.

2021-12-06T12:50:01-08:00February 13th, 2015|Categories: Ongoing Management and Protection|
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