New Law for D.C. LLCs: The Real Estate LLC Transparency Amendment Act

New Law for D.C. LLCs: The Real Estate LLC Transparency Amendment Act

Have a Washington, D.C. LLC? Learn more about how this new D.C. LLC law could affect your business, and whether owners are allowed to remain anonymous.

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.

Federal Tax Brackets for 2018 and 2019

Federal Tax Brackets for 2018 and 2019

Learn the tax brackets and other important information for the 2018 and 2019 tax year.

How to Create and File an LLC for Free

How to Create and File an LLC for Free

Even though you still have to pay state filing fees, it may be possible to create and file an LLC for free. Learn more here.

Forming Your Business Can Solidify Your Legacy

Forming Your Business Can Solidify Your Legacy

A business can solidify your legacy since it’s a mark you leave behind on the world; it impacts other people, things, and places.

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.

How Incfile Can Help You Form Your Nonprofit, 501 (c)(3) or Charity

How Incfile Can Help You Form Your Nonprofit, 501 (c)(3) or Charity

There are a few kinds of tax-exempt nonprofit organizations, with slightly different IRS reporting and compliance requirements depending on the mission of the organization. Which sort of nonprofit do you want to be?

Insights on the Texas State Franchise Tax

Insights on the Texas State Franchise Tax

The rewrite of the franchise or "margin" tax in Texas was intended to accomplish several things.