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Need to Understand Foreign vs. Domestic LLCs? We Have You Covered.

Learn the difference between domestic and foreign LLCs and find out how to set up the right business entity to meet your needs.

Comparing 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(6) for Nonprofit Startups

Starting a new nonprofit? Choose the right tax-exempt entity to suit your mission. Learn more about 501(c)(3) vs. 501(c)(6).

What Is a Virtual Office? Using a Home Address vs. a Virtual Address for Your Home Business.

Are you forming a home-based business? You might want to get a virtual office to simplify your home life and improve your business. Learn more!

Forming an LLC in Delaware vs. California: Does a Delaware LLC Have to Pay California Taxes?

Want to form an LLC in Delaware or California? Delaware has advantages for starting a business, but they might not be relevant to your needs. Learn more.

Costly Trademark Mistakes Business Owners Make and How to Do It Right

Trademark mistakes can create a lot of frustration. Find out what these mistakes are and how to avoid them to improve your chances of getting approved.

What Are the Principle Differences Between Corporation and Incorporation?

Learn about how incorporation and having a corporation differ. Includes a direct comparison of each and what they mean to your new venture.

Why Do I Need an Operating Agreement for My Single-Member LLC? 4 Reasons.

You should create an Operating Agreement for your single-member LLC. Find out more about an Operating Agreement and why you should have one.

Why Do I Need an EIN for My LLC?

An EIN (Employer ID Number) serves as a tax ID for your business. Learn more about how to get an EIN and how it can help your business grow.

Do I Need an LLC or a Business License?

Your LLC and business licenses go hand in hand. Learn about the differences and which you should obtain to keep your business running smoothly.

What’s the Best Structure for Your Business?

This article will help you understand the best business structure for your company’s needs. Is an LLC the best way to go, or maybe a corporation?