5 Key Advantages of Incorporation

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By default, most business owners select to structure their business as either a sole proprietorship (solo owner) or general partnership (multiple owners). These entities are the simplest to form, but there’s no distinction between the business and the business owner. In today’s ‘lawsuit-happy’ environment, it’s more important than ever to place a legal shield between … Continue reading →

15 Essential Tasks for Start-up Businesses

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Starting a business is very exciting for both new and experienced entrepreneurs. However, it can be confusing to new business owners on what tasks they should complete to get their business up and running. Here is a list of the 15 essential tasks you need to complete as you start up your business: Choose a … Continue reading →

3 Key Mistakes to Avoid While Setting Up an LLC

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Many small business owners will choose to structure their new business as a limited liability company (LLC). The LLC is a business structure that combines the pass-through taxation of a partnership or sole proprietorship with the limited liability of a corporation. LLCs share many of the same qualities as an S-Corp or C-Corp while enjoying … Continue reading →

4 Reasons to Start an LLC

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If you’re just starting a business or even if you’ve been in business for several years operating as a sole proprietor, forming a limited liability company (LLC) may be the best business decision you make.     You may be wondering what an LLC is and what are the advantages to forming this special legal structure. … Continue reading →

Start Corporation | How to Make & Create Your Own Corp

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If you’re looking to start corporation or have been operating as a sole proprietor, you’ve probably been wondering if you should start corporation or form a limited liability company. The answer is yes. There are many advantages to forming an LLC or corporation such as asset protection, tax savings, and limiting your personal liability. But … Continue reading →