If you’re a small business owner who is looking into ways to finance your company, you might’ve looked into using a Rollover for Business Startups, or ROBS. With ROBS, you can use funds from your 401(k) for your startup without incurring any penalties. If you’d like to use funds from a 401(k) to finance your […]
Here are a few frequently asked questions (and answers!) about Articles of Incorporation and Articles of Organization.
The name of your nonprofit is critical to your identity and helps make a strong first impression with donors, stakeholders and partners.
Forming a Nonprofit Corporation gives you the ability to raise money as a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, which can help significantly in becoming more accessible to potential donors.
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 is the difference between LLC and Inc.? We go through the benefits and drawbacks of each.
The last thing you want for your brand-new business is to run afoul of federal or state regulations you weren’t aware of. To avoid risk of business dissolution, it’s important for you to understand what rules your corporation must follow and put a compliance plan in place, if necessary. We’ve put together a quick guide […]
Business insurance may seem like an added expense that isn’t absolutely necessary. This is usually a mindset found in those business owners who don’t understand the purpose and benefits of having insurance.
Starting a business is an exciting journey for many hopeful entrepreneurs. However, it can also be intimidating, overwhelming and incredibly scary stepping out on your own. You may have the business side of things under control and mapped out, but now you have to focus on the legal requirements to officially launch a business corporation. […]
Does an LLC have stock & shareholders? An LLC is a special tax classification that allows a company to assign members, but an LLC does not issue stock.