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4 Ways to Ensure Your Hold Harmless Waiver is Valid and Enforceable Before You Reopen Your Salon

As salons move toward reopening, owners need to consider asking their incoming clients to sign a "Hold Harmless Waiver," a document that releases the salon from liability should the client contract COVID-19. In this blog, Attorney Kelley Keller explains what the document is, why it's important, when it's not enforceable, and what needs to be in it.

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Open for Business: Coronavirus Resources for Salon Pros

Cosmetologists Chicago (CC) shares its efforts around the Coronavirus. Cosmetologists Chicago and local partners continue to monitor the evolving situation surrounding COVID-19.

SALON TODAY 200 Application Live, and We Have a New Competition Category

Salon Leadership joins the competition categories on the 2020 SALON TODAY 200 application. Find out more and access the application.

How to Finance a Salon

Need a little capital to grow your dream salon to the next level? Financing may be a powerful option, but it's important to understand what you're taking on and exactly what it will cost you. Meredith Wood, editor in chief and VP of marketing at Fundera, walks you through the ins and outs of financing.

Chicago's Charles Ifergan Builds Legacy Salon, Passes Leadership to New Generation

With three locations in Chicago, the Charles Ifergan Salon looks ahead at a transition of leadership as the founder turns over the reins of the company to the next generation--his children Olivia and Philippe.

9 Often-Overlooked Ways to Legally Save on Your Taxes

Eric Tyson, the author of Small Business Taxes for Dummies offers small business owners nine strategies for saving money on their taxes, which increases revenue.