Priyanka Prakash, JD

Senior Contributing Writer

Priyanka Prakash, JD
Experience

Priyanka Prakash is a senior contributing writer at Fundera.

Priyanka specializes in small business finance, credit, law, and insurance, helping businesses owners navigate complicated concepts and decisions. Since earning her law degree from the University of Washington, Priyanka has spent half a decade writing on small business financial and legal concerns. Prior to joining Fundera, Priyanka was managing editor at a small business resource site and in-house counsel at a Y Combinator tech startup.

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Priyanka’s work has been featured in Inc., Fast Company, CNBC, and other top publications. She recently contributed to Home Business Magazine on What Home-Based Businesses Should Know About Business Loans, and to BestTechie on the Legal Risks Startup Owners Should Be Aware Of

Education

Priyanka has a law degree from the University of Washington and a bachelor’s degree from U.C. Berkeley in communications and political science.

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Articles by Priyanka Prakash, JD

Corporate Bylaws: What They Are and Why You Need Them
Delinquent Loans: What They Are, How They Differ From Default
What Is a Confession of Judgment?
Corporate bylaws may sound like legalese only for giant corporations—and not your small business. But they are more important than you might realize.
Learn everything you need to know about having a delinquent loan. We cover small business loan delinquencies and defaults, and how to protect yourself.
A confession of judgment can allow a lender, if a borrower has defaulted, to obtain a judgment against the borrower without regular court procedures.
Rideshare Insurance: Coverage, Costs, & Best Options for Drivers
Limited Liability Partnership: What Is an LLP and How to Form One
S-Corp vs. LLC: Tax Differences and Benefits
Rideshare insurance provides coverage for Uber-, Lyft-, and other app-based drivers. Learn more and compare the best rideshare insurance options here.
A limited liability partnership (LLP) is a type of business entity that offers more legal protections than regular business partnerships do.
As we explore the similarities and differences between an S-corp vs. LLC, we’ll show you how to elect S-corp taxation and work though some examples.
Corporate Bylaws: What They Are and Why You Need Them
Corporate Bylaws: What They Are and Why You Need Them
Corporate bylaws may sound like legalese only for giant corporations—and not your small business. But they are more important than you might realize.
Delinquent Loans: What They Are, How They Differ From Default
Delinquent Loans: What They Are, How They Differ From Default
Learn everything you need to know about having a delinquent loan. We cover small business loan delinquencies and defaults, and how to protect yourself.
What Is a Confession of Judgment?
What Is a Confession of Judgment?
A confession of judgment can allow a lender, if a borrower has defaulted, to obtain a judgment against the borrower without regular court procedures.
Rideshare Insurance: Coverage, Costs, & Best Options for Drivers
Rideshare Insurance: Coverage, Costs, & Best Options for Drivers
Rideshare insurance provides coverage for Uber-, Lyft-, and other app-based drivers. Learn more and compare the best rideshare insurance options here.
Limited Liability Partnership: What Is an LLP and How to Form One
Limited Liability Partnership: What Is an LLP and How to Form One
A limited liability partnership (LLP) is a type of business entity that offers more legal protections than regular business partnerships do.
S-Corp vs. LLC: Tax Differences and Benefits
S-Corp vs. LLC: Tax Differences and Benefits
As we explore the similarities and differences between an S-corp vs. LLC, we’ll show you how to elect S-corp taxation and work though some examples.

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