State-by-State LLC Filing Tips for Your Small Business — All 50 States

Forming a business is tricky. As a small business, one of the most important decisions is regarding whether to form an LLC or not. It’s like Morpheus asking, “Which pill will you choose?” The red...


2022 Tax Refund: How's It Different This Time?

The U.S. tax season officially started on January 24, 2022, and since then, the IRS has been hard at work processing tax returns and sending out tax refunds. For those that filed early, their refund...


10 Ways a Side Hustle or Side Income Can Impact Your Taxes

Millions of Americans have a side hustle in addition to their full-time work. Whether it involves a hobby or dabbling in what may become a full-blown business, side hustles are a great way to earn...


LLC Ownership Rights: How Do You Change an LLC Member's Percentage Share?

In business, as in life, things sometimes change. LLC ownership percentage may need to be adjusted from time to time to meet new demands, manage new circumstances or welcome new partners. The good...


​Do LLCs Get a 1099 During Tax Time?

A Form 1099 is an official tax form that shows when income has been paid to someone who is not an employee. It’s used by the IRS to check that everyone is properly reporting any money they’ve...


Do Influencers Pay Taxes? How to Navigate Your Taxes As an Influencer

For small business owners, it’s important to be thinking about taxes throughout the year and not just in April. But, if you’re an influencer or starting a social media influencer business, does this...


How to Pay Yourself as an LLC Owner

Starting your business is an exciting time, and one vital part of that is knowing how you're going to pay yourself. Once the money's coming in, just how do you get it out of your LLC? Depending on...


How to File and Register a Trademark for Small Businesses

You've invested a lot in getting your business off the ground by coming up with a unique business name or tagline. But did you know that it's equally important to protect these key features of your...


How Delaware Thrives as a Business Tax Haven

As the first of the original 13 U.S. colonies to ratify the constitution, Delaware is often referred to as “The First State.”


Behind the Scenes with Incfile: Obtaining an EIN

If you are starting a business or dealing with some changes to an existing company that affects your tax filing status, you need to know how to obtain an EIN.