Posts by Robert Yaniz Jr.
If you’re really serious about starting an LLC with a partner, the first step is to educate yourself about the legalities involved in bringing a business partner into the picture.
A fictitious business name, a DBA and an assumed business name are all labels that are routinely bandied about when it comes to what you should be calling your company. The big secret? They are all essentially the same, with no real difference between them.
If you’re ready to take that leap into the world of incorporation, here are a few LLC filing tips you should bear in mind as you get started.
Under Texas law, a series LLC is defined as an LLC that “provides in its governing documents for the establishment of a series of members, managers, membership interests, or assets that have separate rights, obligations and liabilities and business purposes from the general LLC.”
As you wonder how to start a retail business, here are a few key reasons why you should incorporate as soon as possible.
One of the first questions you need to answer is whether you really need to create a Limited Liability Company (LLC) for your new vape shop. Let’s address this in a bit more detail so you can determine the best course of action for starting your new business.
The goal of client onboarding is to overcome that awkward phase where you and your client are still getting to know one another. You want to familiarize your new client with your business processes as soon as possible, answering all their questions and clearing up any misconceptions.
To clarify the relationship between nonprofit corporations and DBA filing, we’ll begin by discussing what it means to use a DBA name.
Amending your LLC Operating Agreement is a big decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Here is what you need to know about how and why to amend yours.
While not nearly as ubiquitous as LLCs, S Corporations share many of the same characteristics, though this type of business bears its own distinct advantages.