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Women in Business Conferences: 11 You Must Attend This Year

Did you know that… Women are starting 1,072 new businesses per day? Women-owned businesses generate $1.6 trillion in revenues? The number of women-owned firms has grown at five times the

9 Things You Must Avoid When Starting a Business​

Many people think when they start a business things will be linear. They believe their growth will either steadily progress in a flat line, which is generally a start-up phase

What is the Cancellation Policy of IncFile?

Whatever your situation may be, here are our cancellation policies and ways to update your legal documents as your business evolves.

​7 Unexpected Surprises to Owning Your Own Fitness Business

Anyone who says owning a business is easy is flat out lying. However, it’s common to hear successful business owners say how much fun they are having running their business

You Can Easily Understand LLC Management in 5 Minutes

Managing an LLC involves more than just being a member. One knows that an LLC is a simplified tax formation of a Corporation. This means that as an LLC member,

​Can I Deduct My Lunch? Business Deductions You Might Be Missing

Freelancers and small business owners often wonder what is “safe” to use as business deductions to write off from their taxes. There is often a lot of confusion, uncertainty and

​The Financial Advisors’ Guide to Deciding on an LLC vs. S Corp

Financial advisors who are setting up a new practice or re-evaluating their choice of business structure for an existing practice might want to consider the differences between an LLC vs.

​Guide to Setting Up an LLC for Real Estate Agents

Setting up an LLC for real estate agents is an important step in building your real estate business. Most real estate agents are self-employed, independent business people. Even if they belong to

From Sea to Shining Sea: Does West Coast or East Coast Best Suit Your Company Style?​ [INFOGRAPHIC]

One way to find the best company for you — or where to locate your own company — is to think about if your work style is more San Francisco or New York City, East Coast versus West Coast. Here are some characteristics that define these two distinct regions so you can see what suits you best, and an infographic to sum it up.

Flowchart Outlining If You Should Quit Your Job

Who hasn’t pondered, “Should I quit my job?” From demanding bosses to long commute times and low salaries, there are thousands of reasons why workers daydream about quitting their current job.