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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...

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​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...

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Is Your Side Hustle Eligible for a Small Business Credit Card?

So you picked up a side hustle and it’s paying off, or you’re ready to start a little something on the side. You are not alone. In fact, one in three Americans (about 34 percent) have a side hustle....

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Can Green Card Holders Set up an LLC in the U.S.?

The United States is known as a land of opportunity for entrepreneurs, whether they’re natural-born U.S. citizens or immigrants from other countries.

If you are a green card holder (also known as a...

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How Much Does a Registered Agent Actually Cost?

Every formal business entity in the United States must have a Registered Agent to fully comply with state law. While the term “Registered Agent” might sound like a highly specialized, expensive...

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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.”

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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.

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5 Biggest Challenges of Ecommerce Accounting to Overcome Fast

Strong accounting and finances will significantly increase the success of your ecommerce business. Understanding what customers want, finding the right products and getting them to customers are all...

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5 Virtual Address Services for Your Small Business

When you’re the owner of a small business, you’ve got enough on your plate without worrying about retrieving your mail from a P.O. Box or who might get your address if it’s made public. Instead, you...

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LLC vs. S Corp: Which Is Right for Your Business?

One of the primary decisions you need to make when you set up your business is what type of entity makes the most sense for your mission.