Posts by Ben Gran
If you want to become a business consultant, one of the main questions to consider (along with deciding which entity type to form) is whether or not it’s worth getting a business consultant certification. There are a variety of consultant certifications available to help professionals stand out from the competition and build credibility with clients. Depending […]
Wondering if you need to use an attorney to form an LLC? Learn more about the situations where an LLC attorney can help your business here.
If you’re wondering what you need to start a business, start here: simple actionable advice on how to take the first steps into entrepreneurship.
Have a Washington, D.C. LLC? Learn more about how this new D.C. LLC law could affect your business, and whether owners are allowed to remain anonymous.
Here are a few questions to consider as you decide between a C Corporation vs. LLC.
This cost savings sometimes applies to your company’s Registered Agent as well. Depending on the state rules where you set up your Series LLC, you might only have to set up one Registered Agent for the entire Series LLC.
There are a few kinds of tax-exempt nonprofit organizations, with slightly different IRS reporting and compliance requirements depending on the mission of the organization. Which sort of nonprofit do you want to be?
If you want to be your own Florida LLC Registered Agent, you need to be aware of a few possible risks and downsides, and decide whether you really have the time and capacity to be a Florida Registered Agent in addition to running your business.
Having an internship program can be especially beneficial for small businesses because it gives you more flexibility in hiring and staffing; you can often use an internship program to get certain jobs done within your organization in a way that is more productive and efficient than hiring full-time employees with all of the costs and overhead.
A private foundation is one type of tax-exempt nonprofit organization (also known as 501(c)(3) organizations) that receives special tax-exempt status from the IRS.