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What are “Articles of Incorporation,” and Do I Need Them?

Here are a few frequently asked questions (and answers!) about Articles of Incorporation and Articles of Organization.

When & Why Would You Use Incfile’s Business License Research Package Service?

Here are a few examples of the kinds of businesses and situations that might benefit from the Incfile Business License Research Package.

Forming a Nonprofit Corporation

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.

​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?

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

Here are a few key facts and terminology about the major types of business entities you might want to consider.

Are You a Single-Owner LLC in Kansas? Understand Your Tax Breaks

Confused about your tax liability in Kansas with the overturning of former Gov. Brownback’s tax breaks for single-owner LLCs? We explain.

Steps to Take Before & After You Get a Washington State Business License

Information on how you can form your business in Washington state and where you can go to get your business license.

How to Transition Your LLC to a Corporation

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.

Quickly Discover How Incorporating an LLC Can Save Money on Taxes (Using an S Corporation Tax Calculator)

Tax season might’ve passed for this year, but it’s never too late to think about how you can save money on next year’s taxes! One key way small business owners can do this is by forming an S Corporation from their existing LLC or C Corporation.