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Operating Agreements and Your LLC

An LLC Operating Agreement is an instruction manual that outlines how you will run your business.

What is an LLC (Limited Liability Company)?

A Limited Liability Company is a business entity type that is separate and distinct from a person, like a corporation.

Why It’s Important to Separate Business & Personal Finances

Keeping your business and personal finances separate has obvious advantages when reviewing your bank records for purchases that qualify as tax write-offs.

How the 2017 Tax Cuts & Job Act (TCJA) Affects Businesses & Individuals

Here are some of the ways the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Acts (TCJA) affects businesses and individuals.

Common Federal & State Licenses and Permits Your Business Might Need

Which business licenses and permits are required? It depends on your state, but we share some examples of common ones here.

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

If you plan on investing in real estate, there are a few legal steps you should first take to save money on your taxes and ensure your personal assets are protected in case the unthinkable should happen on your property.

What Is a Series LLC & Why Might I Need One?

A Series LLC gives you all the same benefits as a regular LLC, but it serves as a sort of “umbrella company” with additional flexibility and protections for multiple companies or lines of business within your overall operation.

How Does The New 2017 Tax Bill Affect LLCs and S-Corps?

How does the 2017 tax bill affect entrepreneurs, namely those who own an LLC or S-Corp? We talk about some of the benefits and caveats of this new bill.

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. As your business grows, your business needs will often change.

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