Starting a new business is an exciting time for many entrepreneurs. However, the amount of paperwork and due diligence that’s required can be overwhelming. Not only do you need to ensure all the forms are completed accurately, but you also need to get your company registered without delay. The last thing you want is late […]
Looking to start your new business but not sure which is the best state to form it in? Should you form it in your home state? Or take advantage of tax breaks and form it in another state? Check out this guide that helps you understand which are the best options for you. The State […]
Deciding how to incorporate your business can be a confusing and somewhat arduous task. There are a lot of things to think about and sometimes the answers might not be as cut-and-dried as you would like to think. Getting started on the right foot is important. It will set you up for long-term success.
This step-by-step guide provides foreigners, non-citizens, and Americans living abroad with basic information about how to start a business in the U.S.A. It details how to form an LLC or incorporate your business in the U.S.A., establish a U.S. bank account, allow your business to accept credit and debit…
Many of today’s largest and most successful companies started small, with little or no outside funding. The key to their success lies in the resourcefulness of the founders, their ability to muscle through early setbacks, and their controlling interest in the companies they started.
If you’re like most entrepreneurs, the idea of starting a business is exciting. The nuts and bolts of company formation, less so. It’s like asking a kid whose been outside riding his bike all afternoon to come in and do his homework. On top of the fact that filling out paperwork can be a monotonous chore…
You’re about to turn your big idea into something real – a
registered business entity – a company. Because this is the first definitive step in a long journey, of course you want to get things right. And you’re probably worried that creating a company online…
Running a successful business can be tough, though. About 20 percent of small businesses fail in their first year, and only half of small businesses are around to see the five-year mark. The best way to improve your odds of long-term survival is by avoiding some of the mistakes that newbie entrepreneurs fall into.
Once you have decided to incorporate your business, you will have the task of deciding whether to set it up as an S corporation or a C corporation. This decision will have a serious impact on your tax situation, as well as, your ability to scale your company. This is not a decision to be taken lightly.