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IRS Official Tax Season Has Kicked Off: Here’s Everything You Need to Know

It’s IRS tax season & time to prepare your 2020 tax filings. Here’s what small business owners need to know about deadlines, updates, deductions & more.

Do I Have to Contact a Lawyer to Do a Trademark Search?

Find out your options for searching and registering a trademark, including whether or not you need to hire a lawyer.

Cash and Accrual Accounting: Which Is Better for Small Businesses?

Learn the key differences between cash and accrual accounting, along with their advantages and disadvantages, to decide which method works for your business.

How Delaware Thrives as a Business Tax Haven

Wondering why so many businesses incorporate in Delaware? We’ve got the answers, along with tips to decide if “The First State” is the first choice for your business.

How Do You Evaluate the Best Registered Agent Service for Your Business?

Key tips for evaluating the best registered agent service for your business, including reputable and reliable service, cost and customer support.

Should I Incorporate in Delaware or Illinois?

Learn whether Illinois or Delaware is the right state for you to incorporate in. Includes information on the formation process, costs and taxes.

What Licenses Do I Need for My Home-Based Business and Where Do I Get Them?

Are you starting a home-based business? You may need a variety of business licenses. Here’s everything you need to know to get started.

How to Obtain Multiple EINs on Your Own: A Step-by-Step Guide for DIYers

Learn how to get an EIN for multiple businesses in our guide. Includes details on when you will need multiple EINs and getting them from the IRS.

Do You Need a Registered Agent for a DBA?

Learn more about a Registered Agent does and whether you need one for your DBA name.

​Limited Liability Company (LLC) vs. Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)

Trying to decide between LLC vs. LLP to start your business? Learn more about the limited liability partnership (LLP) and how it compares to an LLC.