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Tips to Put Together an LLC Operating Agreement for Your Real Estate Investment Business

Starting a real estate investment business can be a lucrative opportunity, especially in communities where the housing prices keep escalating. However, if you plan on investing in real estate, there...

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Financing a C-Corporation with a 401(k)

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...


​File an LLC to Find Big Benefits for Your Small Business

Though LLCs (Limited Liability Companies) are one of the most common business structures among entrepreneurs just starting out, do you actually know all the benefits you're getting by using one?...


Moving Your LLC to Another State: LLC Domestication, Articles of Domestication & More

Life can change in an instant. That means your business needs to be ready to change too! Whether you decide to pick up and move to another state for personal, financial or other reasons, there are...


​Does an LLC Have Stock & Shareholders?

An LLC or Limited Liability Company is a special tax classification issued to non-Corporate entities that allows them to assign members, but not designate shareholders. Even an LLC that is taxed as...


If Your Business Is Expanding, It's Time to Incorporate

Deciding to form an LLC is usually a good idea when you are first starting a business. But even if you are already operating a successful business, forming an LLC or making other changes to your...


Forming a Nonprofit Corporation

Are you looking to do a little good in the world? Many philanthropists and community activists want to know how to start a nonprofit organization to create a formal structure for their charitable...


LLC Stands for Limited Liability Company (And Other Business Entity Facts)

There are tons of decisions about starting your business that can seem overwhelming: What do you name it? How do you price your products or services? What kind of regulations do you need to follow?


​Quick Business Tip: Understanding the Differences Between LLC vs. Inc.

Chances are you've seen countless business names with the letters "LLC" or "Inc." at the end. Maybe you never gave them a second thought...until now, when you're planning to start your own...


You Can Easily Understand LLC Management in 5 Minutes

Managing an LLC involves more than just being a member. One knows that an LLC is a simplified tax formation of a Corporation. This means that as an LLC member, you have some liability protection and...