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List of 10 of the Best Real Estate Investing Podcasts

There are savvy experts out there who are putting out some amazing real estate investing podcasts. Here are 10 of our favorites that focus on a variety of topics and experience levels.

What States Allow Electronic Business Signatures?

Electronic business signatures are a way to quickly and efficiently receive, sign and send back agreements, checks, invoices, legal documents, etc.

How to Start a Real Estate Investing Business

It doesn’t matter if you want to take on more of a landlord-style role, flip homes, or deal in commercial real estate — knowing how to start your real estate investing business is the first big step toward success in this dynamic field of opportunity.

THE Biggest Financial Mistake New Business Owners Make (and How to Avoid It)

You don’t NEED everything right away in order to start showing profits. In fact, if you can start your business lean, you’ll be better off in the long run. Businesses make their biggest financial mistake when they start spending money they don’t have.

Washington State & City of Seattle Business Licenses

The first $43,000 of revenue is tax-free for small businesses. But in order to reap these rewards, you first have to register your business entity with the Washington Secretary of State.

How Do I Determine If a Person Constitutes an Employee vs. a Contractor?

It is extremely important to understand the difference between an employee vs. a contractor. The IRS takes this distinction very seriously, and there can be legal ramifications if you don’t follow the rules and guidelines they lay out.

Tax Planning for Startups & New Businesses Forming a Corporation

After you’ve formed a corporation, you need to understand how your business will be taxed. This will be different depending on what entity you formed.

What Is Ordinary Income and How Is It Different From Earned Income?

Here we’ll go over the difference between ordinary and unearned income, as well as what each means for your business tax-wise.

Can Green Card Holders Set up an LLC in the U.S.?

If you are a green card holder (also known as a “permanent resident” by the U.S. government), you can perform any “legal work of your qualification and choosing.” These rights include the freedom to start a business in accordance with the laws of your state.

Everything You Get with Incfile’s Platinum Package

The Platinum Package starts at a low service fee of $299 + state fees, which includes all required paperwork to properly form your new business entity.