How To Copyright My Business Plan – Episode 1 – Should I Copyright my Business Plan? – Part 3
If you are looking to copyright or patten any aspect of you business plan or workflow then you have to watch this Thrivetime Show business coach training with business coach Clay Clark and Winters King attorney Wes Carter. In this training Clay and Wes will break down what you will need to get the documents filed and what the typical timeframe for filing these documents. Are you going to be filing in the United States of America or England or any other place around the world? Copyright is the most cost effective and filing a patten can be more of a drawn out process. The lowest amount you will most likely pay on a small invention could be around $5,000 but a copyright can cost a few hundred dollars. The main takeaway is to visit with your attorney before making any of these decisions. They will be able to plan out what the benefits of a patten verse a copyright and how that will affect you long term. It is always best to seek out expert advice when dealing with any aspect of your business that has legal ramifications. If you do not have the money for a patten then your best option would most likely be a copyright. A patten will provide the most protection for you and your business but a Wes Carter sayd in the business coach training it can run anywhere from $5,000 to $40,000 or more. so if you are needing advice on what direction to take with your new idea our business then tune in to this business coach training video and see what you need to take the next steps in your business and to make sure you are taking those steps in the right direction. You can contact Wes Carter at www.wintersking.com or schedule your 13 point assessment with a Thrivetime Show business coach by emailing email@example.com.