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Can an LLC Owner File for Unemployment?

Learn about filing for unemployment when you’re self-employed and starting a new business. Find out the rules for collecting benefits as a new entrepreneur.

Need a Physical Address for Your Business?

Here are a few reasons as to why you’d want to maintain an address other than your home for your small business, and how you can go about getting one.

Should You File an LLC On Your Own?

What are the benefits of filing an LLC without a third-party service? We go over the pros and cons, as well as how to get started.

Step-by-Step Guide to LLC Forms & the Formation Process

You have plenty of choice when it comes to forming your own business. Some entrepreneurs will choose to use a company formation service, while others will want to do everything

Why Remote Work Should Be Your Focus for 2020

Learn about the reasons for starting a remote business in 2020. Our easy-to-use guide includes helpful statistics, practical advice, the challenges you’ll face and more.

Does a Registered Agent Count as Having Nexus in a State?

Understand what it means to have a sales tax nexus, and if having a registered agent in a state means you automatically have a nexus there as well.

How to Use the Incfile Corporate Kit

Learn about the Incfile Corporate Kit, including what’s included, why it’s important, how to use the contents and how to order one.

Your Series LLC — One or Multiple EINs?

If you’re starting or managing a Series LLC, will you need a separate Employer Identification Number for each business? Find out what the IRS says and learn the best way forward.

Series LLC or Holding Company for Multiple Businesses?

If you run multiple businesses, a series LLC or holding company can protect your assets and limit your liabilities. Learn how each one works and what’s right for you.

What Does Dissolution Mean & How Do I Dissolve My Business?

Learn about the steps you need to take to dissolve your business, including telling your creditors, getting your tax affairs in order and filing the necessary forms with the relevant authorities.