A persistent misconception about philanthropists is that majority of them are wealthy global business leaders who made billions and decided along the way to give to charity as well. If you think about philanthropists and you look past the global captains of industry, more than likely you can also think of names in your local community. These philanthropists are not the billionaires -- they might not even be millionaires -- but they are business people who believe they and their businesses should have a more meaningful connection within their community in addition to making a profit. If you think a little more about philanthropy, you may find you would like to think of yourself in a similar vein as the people that spring to your mind. Practically anyone can be a philanthropist.
For most small business owners, working long hours is something that is too familiar. After putting in such long hours, one would reasonably expect to yield great monetary benefits; however, this isn’t always the case. Periods of cash shortages happen, as Business Law attorneys we see it all the time. It even happens to us. The true question that presents itself in these tough situations is “what do I do next?”