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If Your Business is Expanding, It’s Time to Incorporate

Deciding to form an LLC is usually a good idea when you are first starting a business. As your business grows, your business needs will often change.

7 Main Challenges for the Typical Digital Nomad

It’s important to understand the challenges and risks that come with starting a digital nomad business.

Blogging vs. Freelance Writing: What Is Better for Making Money as a Solopreneur?

Bloggers and freelancer writers are quite similar in terms of what they do and how they work. They both write articles to earn money, and they write mostly for an online audience. But which is more profitable?

LLCs can prevent fraud, embezzlement with simple steps

Small businesses are often hit harder by fraud and embezzlement than larger companies. According to the American Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, companies with fewer than 100 employees make up

Financing a C-Corporation with a 401(k)

If you’re a small business owner who is looking into ways to finance your company, you might’ve looked into using a Rollover for Business Startups, or ROBS. With ROBS, you

Can You Get an LLC as a Teenager/Minor?

What are the rules about minors forming and owning their own limited liability companies (LLC)? We break down the current rules here.

A Quick Guide to Finances & Taxes and Your Real Estate Business

We want your real estate business to succeed, so here are our tips on staying financially healthy as a new real estate business owner.

Does Your Solopreneur Business Need a Media Kit?

I’ll answer this question with one word: absolutely! We live in a world where no one has time to waste. We’re constantly on the go, and our time is extremely

What are “Articles of Incorporation,” and Do I Need Them?

Here are a few frequently asked questions (and answers!) about Articles of Incorporation and Articles of Organization.

Hiring at LLCs and Small Businesses — The Dos and Don’ts

There are basically two types of help that you can hire for your business: independent contractors and employees. Learn more about hiring for your LLC.