Business Basics Bundle


This Business Basics Bundle comes with; (1) Multi-Member Operating Agreement; (1) Independent Contractor Agreement; and (1) Non-Disclosure Agreement (for tech).

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Finally got your business off the ground and know you need to have some contracts in place but not quite sure which ones? Well, this bundle is a good place to start. From protecting your ideas, to bringing on a partner, to hiring your first team members this is the perfect bundle to help get you started. If you have a service-based business, you may want to take a look at our client services agreement as well. We promise you won’t regret it!

What do you get?

This template was drafted by a licensed, experienced business law attorney and reviewed for correctness by a law professor. So trust us, you’re in good hands! This template is easy-to-read and ready-to-use. All you have to do is download and fill in the blanks. But, if you still need some guidance on how to complete the template, we have included drafting notes and comments in the document to help guide you as you navigate the template. 

This Business Basics Bundle includes:

  • (1) Independent Contractor Agreement: An independent contractor is a person or entity that you contract with to perform work or provide services to your business without having to provide the same level of guidance, oversight or benefits required of hiring a full-time employee. Independent contractors may perform work for you or on behalf of your company, but pay their own taxes, cover their own work expenses and control the timing, performance and manner of their work. If an independent contractor sounds like just the person you’re looking to add to your team, then this contract template will help you do just that by clearly defining the terms and conditions of the relationship between you and your independent contractor;
  • (1) Multi-Member Operating Agreement: An operating agreement is a legal document that outlines the ownership interests and duties of members (owners) of limited liability companies (LLCs) and cannot be used in connection with any other type of business entity. It also defines the company’s management structure, describes how the company’s profits/losses are allocated and distributed, and sets out the terms of engagement for the company’s members.If you plan on forming an LLC with partners, then you NEED an operating agreement. Think of it as something like an LLC Pre-Nup…you hope you never need to use it, but will be so glad you have it if you do.
  • (1) Non-Disclosure Agreement (for tech): A non-disclosure or confidentiality agreement is a legally binding contract between two or more parties where one or all parties agree not to share confidential information with other parties. If you need to keep others from spilling the beans about your idea then you need to keep quiet or execute a non-disclosure agreement. Protect yo’self and your invention from unauthorized disclosure with this comprehensive non-disclosure agreement template.

Who needs this bundle?

  • All website operators who collect personal information on their websites from website visitors

Not sure how to fill out a template? Here are some basic tips to help!

1. When contracting with another party, make sure you know the legal name of that person or entity. You want to make sure that you are binding the right person to the agreement. If you are contracting with a business, check your Secretary of State registry to ensure you have the full legal name and address of the business.

2. To appear SUPER professional, fill out the template in MS Word or another word processing platform BEFORE you present it to the other party.But, if you are running short on time and need to fill in your template in pen or pencil, it will still be binding.

3. Signing and filling contracts by hand is so 2005! Take the stress out of executing your agreements by using an electronic signature platform like DocuSign, HelloSign or AdobeSign to sign and disseminate your agreements.

4. Independent contractors are responsible for paying their own taxes, but you’re responsible for reporting the money that you pay them. Be sure to give your independent contractor a W-9 form in addition to this template.


Once you purchase this template, you will receive a link to complete a digital download of your templates. The item will be available for download only ONE time for the thirty (30) days immediately preceding your purchase. Once the thirty (30) days has passed, you will no longer be able to download the product from this site. You will also not be able to download the template from this site more than once. Accordingly, we highly encourage you to download your template and save it to your computer immediately, if you can. If you can’t then be sure to do so within the first thirty (30) days of purchase.

Formally does not offer refunds for products. Once a product has been purchased, You are deemed to have received the full benefit of the product. However, if you’re not satisfied, for any reason, please share your concerns with us via email at and we will make best efforts to provide a reasonable solution.


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