Posts by Christina Morales
Confused about your tax liability in Kansas with the overturning of former Gov. Brownback’s tax breaks for single-owner LLCs? We explain.
It might be time to consider converting your LLC into a corporation to take advantage of new benefits. Here’s what you need to know.
What Incfile add-on features can help solopreneurs succeed with their new business?
Tons of things are just plain exciting when you’re dreaming about starting your own business: What are you going to call it? What is the store front going to look like? What products are going to fill your shelves? However, there are also mandatory things to think about like what type of business entity you […]
If you’ve filed your Articles of Organization for your California LLC, you’re well on your way to starting your business in the sunshine state. However, have you begun filling out your form LLC-12 yet? Or have you been in business for more than two years? Were there changes to the leadership in your LLC or have […]
When I found out I was pregnant eight years ago, I decided to quit my job and focus my efforts on being the perfect stay-at-home mom. Shortly after my daughter was born my husband and I had a groundbreaking revelation: Wow, babies are expensive. This cute little leech was quickly depleting our bank account but […]
With all these great podcasts for solopreneurs, you can spend time learning how to grow your business while we take care of the paperwork.
Are you considering forming an LLC in Nevada? This article breaks down the benefits and drawbacks of choosing Nevada as the location to register your LLC.
One of the hardest parts of being a business owner is the stress that comes along with it. It can seem impossible to be an expert at running the business side of things along with perfecting your product or service. However, many entrepreneurs choose not to start a company on their own. They may take […]
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 national average (45 percent versus 9 percent)? Since 2007, 79 percent of new businesses have been started by women of color? These findings came from […]