Legal Advice for Incorporation — 47 results
Written by attorney John Tarley Jr., over 4 years ago.
Frequently, budding entrepreneurs merely evolve into business without giving it the upfront thought the transition deserves. They become what are usually known as sole proprietors operating... more
Written by attorney Joseph Barnes, over 2 years ago.
Corporations provide significant tax benefits and incorporating a business can also help reduce personal liability. Your corporation can pay for business related expenses and deducted 100%... more
Written by attorney Dustin Bower, over 5 years ago.
Limited Liability Protection By incorporating your business you are creating a barrier between your personal assets and any liabilities of the business. Generally speaking, incorporation... more
Written by attorney Janelle Smith, over 3 years ago.
Before you incorporate in California you should try to avoid these three common mistakes business owners make. Many derive from misinformation or the desire to avoid paying taxes. Yet,... more
Written by attorney Jingming Cai, almost 4 years ago.
More than 60% of the Fortune 500 and 50% of all publicly traded US companies are Delaware corporations. Why? Its simple really. Delaware has created a predictable and highly-developed... more
Written by attorney Matthew Harrison, 8 months ago.
All states require new corporations to file Articles of Incorporation with the appropriate state authority. Although the requirements vary slightly from state to state, Articles of... more
Written by attorney Jacob Iraj Kiani, over 1 year ago.
Team dynamics or team roles are important concepts to wrap your head around if you are the one who ultimately is responsible for ensuring a team meets a deadline or specific criterion. Not... more
Written by attorney Evelyn Ginossi, almost 2 years ago.
There are many considerations a business owner must think through before deciding which business entity to select. While a business owner may elect to do business as a sole proprietorship... more
Written by attorney Kyle Krasa, almost 5 years ago.
The cost of higher education in the United States is staggering and is climbing rapidly each year. This fact combined with the scheduled dramatic reduction in the Estate Tax Exemption... more
Written by attorney Thomas Martin, about 5 years ago.
1. 1. Consider organizing your business as a limited liability corporation (LLC) to reduce your personal risk in the business o LLC allows owners (members) to operate their business... more