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The 7 Essential Small Business Forms & Templates
You Need to Succeed
Running a successful company often requires having access to important forms.
Professional business templates make your administrator’s job easier. Here is a
list of the 7 most important documents you need:
​Sale and Service Contract
​ – This may or may not include an
​ agreement. Either way, it includes the terms of a
sale made for work done or for a product offered. This document also
usually includes amount of money to be paid in a set amount of time in a
defined number of increments. It also might include an indemnification
clause for protection against liability. Return or shipping policies might also
​Business plan template – This includes an executive summary along
with income and
​ expense statements. It also has sections with charts and
figures for calculating current and projected revenue. These detailed forms
are meant for use when seeking a loan or grant from a bank or
​ – This kind of agreement is usually made
​ employers and employees. A company hiring contractors might
also use them. The template usually includes a clause defining what kind
of sensitive information should be kept confidential. Its primary purpose is
to protect the company against idea, information or formula theft as related
to creating new or improving existing products.
​Job application form – It always helps to have a few of these on file.
Some forms are
​ designed for online use either as a downloadable PDF
file or a web form. However, companies often need a print application in
case someone walks into the office to apply for an open position.
​Partnership agreement – This type of template would outline the terms
of a business
​ arrangement. For instance, it might indicate who owns what
property and equipment. It also could designate profit shares and assign
executives to a b