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Are Non-U.S. Residents Allowed to Own a Corporation or LLC?

Can non-residents start a business in the United States? Can foreigners own U.S. corporations? The short answer is yes. Non-residents can own a business in the U.S. even though they are not citizens...


How to Convert Your Sole Proprietorship into an LLC

It is an exciting moment in the growth of your business when you decide it’s time to formalize your business structure and convert from a sole proprietorship to an LLC.


What Types of Entities Incfile Can Be a Registered Agent For + Common Myths About Registered Agents

If you are planning to start a business, one of the key tasks you’ll need to tackle is designating a Registered Agent.


What's the Penalty for Not Having a Registered Agent for Your LLC?

There’s a lot one has to do when starting a business.


Risks of Being Your Own Registered Agent

For many, forming a business can be a life-long dream. Some motivated entrepreneurs start young, while others may decide to become business owners later in life.


How to Pay Yourself As a Freelancer

When you’re first starting out as a freelancer, you might find yourself dealing with a little bit of imposter syndrome.


How to DIY Invoices for Your Small Business

In every business, there is endless paperwork — emails, spreadsheets, bills, taxes.


How Do I Make Changes to My Operating Agreement?

One of the steps involved in forming your limited liability company (LLC) is to create an “Operating Agreement.” This agreement is a document that defines certain important aspects of your LLC like...


Funding Without the Bank? Meet Peer-to-Peer Lending.

The history of bank lending goes back thousands of years. Farmers in ancient Mesopotamia and merchants in ancient Greece all used lending methods to secure loans to plan for crops, pay for goods or...