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Transitioning from employee to entrepreneur

Leaving a job at a large corporation to start an LLC can be a scary decision. But many have found greater happiness by running their own businesses. Pamela Slim, author of Escape

LLCs are fastest growing business entity

While limited liability companies are the newest form of business entity, new figures shows they are also the most popular. A recent report in the Fordham Journal of Corporate and

Does an Incfile Discount or Coupon Code Really Exist?

You may have read several articles advertising that they have an Incfile coupon code for LLC formation or business incorporation. But the truth is, an Incfile discount code doesn’t actually

Incorporation Versus Limited Liability Company

Compare a Limited Liability Company with an Incorporated company to see which one is right for your business. Incorporation, denoted by Inc., is the creation of a new legal entity

The Largest Company in Each State

This is a map of the largest company by revenue in every state, how does your state stack up? The businesses span quite the range, from $1 billion to $476

Entrepreneur encourages LLCs to sell to global market

They say the sky is the limit, but for entrepreneurs forming an LLC, opening up to global markets will truly allow a company to grow and succeed. Experienced global entrepreneur Larry

Entrepreneurship, new LLCs declining in U.S.

Entrepreneurs forming an LLC are among a rare breed as a recent survey found that only 6.9 percent of Americans are seeking to start a new business, a drop from 10.6 percent

Entrepreneur magazine reveals top small businesses in 2010

Two entrepreneurs are taking home big honors from one of the most popular small business magazines in the country, based on their success in 2010. Entrepreneur magazine unveiled the winners

Tax cuts offer benefits for small business owners

As entrepreneurs looking to start a corporation prepare for the new year, it would benefit them to take a step back and review new tax regulations that could change their

New businesses cropping up in Ohio

Ohio may often be depicted in popular culture as an agricultural state, but it seems to be growing a crop of new businesses this season. The Secretary of State reported