When to File a Patent, a Trademark or a Copyright

When to File a Patent, a Trademark or a Copyright

Do you know when to file a patent, a trademark or a copyright? We break down the differences between these three protections here.

How to Get a Liquor License in Your State

How to Get a Liquor License in Your State

Wondering how to get a liquor license in your state? Here’s a quick guide to explain the process, costs and decisions involved, as well as where to begin based on your location.

Should You File an Intent-to-use Application With the USPTO?

Should You File an Intent-to-use Application With the USPTO?

You need to register your business name, but what is the best way to file a trademark? Here’s why you should consider an intent-to-use application.

Behind The Scenes With Incfile: Obtaining an EIN

Behind The Scenes With Incfile: Obtaining an EIN

Do you need to obtain an EIN for your business? Learn how to get your business EIN quickly with these insights from our latest blog.

Do you Need to Purchase an EIN from Incfile, or Can you File an EIN Yourself?

Do you Need to Purchase an EIN from Incfile, or Can you File an EIN Yourself?

If you’re forming an LLC or corporation, you will need to obtain an Employer Identification Number (EIN). This number identifies you to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and is a

​How to Set up a Virtual Office: Everything You Need to Know

​How to Set up a Virtual Office: Everything You Need to Know

A virtual office can be a great way for your small business to save on overhead costs while increasing profits and expanding its reach. Because it exists primarily online, a

What is a Virtual Office?

What is a Virtual Office?

Virtual offices are fast becoming the standard for modern businesses. But how do they work, and why should you transition into one?

How Is an LLC the Same or Different From a Business License?

How Is an LLC the Same or Different From a Business License?

While an LLC operates on state statutes, getting a business license is much more specific. Licensees are authorized to operate in a geographical area — most commonly the county or city in which you are based.

If You Have a Series LLC, Does Each LLC Need Its Own Registered Agent?

If You Have a Series LLC, Does Each LLC Need Its Own Registered Agent?

This cost savings sometimes applies to your company’s Registered Agent as well. Depending on the state rules where you set up your Series LLC, you might only have to set up one Registered Agent for the entire Series LLC.