Deborah Sweeney

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Deborah Sweeney

Deborah Sweeney is the CEO of MyCorporation.

After graduating with a JD/MBA from Pepperdine University, she became a partner in a Los Angeles-based law firm practicing in the areas of corporate and intellectual property law.  After six years practicing in a law firm environment, Ms. Sweeney became in-house counsel at MyCorporation Business Services, Inc.  Shortly thereafter, MyCorporation was acquired by Intuit, the makers of Quickbooks & TurboTax.  Under Intuit, Ms. Sweeney became the General Manager of MyCorporation, managing the overall business operations.  After five years of Intuit’s ownership, Ms. Sweeney negotiated the purchase of MyCorporation from Intuit.

Articles By Deborah Sweeney

Five Benefits Boomers and Millennials Bring to the Workplace

Written by Subject Matter Resource Deborah Sweeney

Too many new businesses go the ultra young, ultra modern route and have an office filled with fresh-faced just out of college graduates.

Why Your Business Should Switch to the Cloud

Written by MO.

The Do’s and Dont’s for Resumes and Cover Letters

written by Subject Matter Resource Deborah Sweeney

With the weather still hot, hot, hot outside, daily visits to the pool and lounging around seem much more appealing than hitting the job search pavement.

Three Reasons Why It Pays to have a 401(k)

written by Subject Matter Resource Deborah Sweeney

Fewer and fewer people are investing in their 401(k) plans, and are effectively jeopardizing their retirement due to a dangerous combination of little foresight and concerns about the current economy.

How to Help Your Customer Service Staff Help You

written by Subject Matter Resource Deborah Sweeney

Tap any random person on the shoulder and I am willing to bet, dollars to donuts, that they have a terrible, excruciatingly painful story about when they dealt with an irate customer.

Spring Training for Your business!

Written by William G Wysong, Legal Intern to MO.

James Bond the Entrepreneur

The name is Entrepreneur, Serial Entrepreneur.

The scene goes something like this- flashlight in hand, a faceless figure is searching through the desk drawers located in a dark room. Headlights shine through the window; a car is approaching. It comes to a stop and a man gets out.

“Nine hot trends that are making for successful businesses!”

Are you looking to start a business in 2012? Here are nine hot trends that are making for successful businesses!

• Mobile services – People that come to you to make your life easier! That can be food, your dirty dishes, or snacks. Examples: Food trucks, Domystuff.

What’s in a social_media_user_name?

Who owns a user name? As more and more businesses begin utilizing social media there will inevitably be an increase in law suits when disputes arise from their use. Two recent cases, involving both Twitter and Facebook, have highlighted the importance of usernames.

“Free for a Day!” with MyCorporation

Was one of your New Year’s resolutions to finally start that business of your dreams? The New Year is the perfect time for a new business and now is the perfect time because today is MyCorporation’s… *drum roll please* FREE DAY! Today only, January 17, 2012, from midnight to midnight, is the b

The Pending – Stop Online Piracy Act

Imagine a world without Youtube, eBay, Craigslist, Wikipedia or Google. If the Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect IP Act are passed as they are now, they would have the potential to deny the next generation of technology.

My Corporation – “Embrace your quirks; let your office be who it was born to be!”

Allow me to introduce one of our Social Media Interns: Kelsey Goeres, to write this month’s piece on MyCorporation’s office quirks.

How to Survive New Competitors

For those of us who follow Tech news, this week has been pretty exciting.

“The last thing that you want consumers to see when they Google your name is a bunch of bad reviews.”

Consumers are evolving, but marketing is taking its sweet time to change with them. Even though millions of people are online, and spend a steadily increasing amount of their day on the Internet, marketers continue to utilize old channels that consumers have long since tuned out.