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2018’s Top Woman-Owned Businesses Formed as LLCs

As of 2018, women own 12.3 million businesses (or 40 percent overall), according to a report.

10 Home Business Ideas With Low Startup Costs

Here we’ll be looking at some home business ideas that you can consider starting without the need to take out a loan or eat up your savings.

If You’re a Blogger, Do You Need to Form a Business?

Want a blog that makes money, but not sure how to start it? Here are a few different ways to turn a blog into a business.

SOTM – Complete Every Day: From the Back of a Car to Successful Apparel Business

Incfile’s October “Business Of The Month” is Compete Every Day, a health and lifestyle apparel company motivating people to achieve life’s victories. Here, Founder and Chief Encouragement Officer Jake Thompson

So You Own a Small Retail Business. Should You Incorporate?

As you wonder how to start a retail business, here are a few key reasons why you should incorporate as soon as possible.

When Starting a Vape Shop, Should You Incorporate Your Business?

One of the first questions you need to answer is whether you really need to create a Limited Liability Company (LLC) for your new vape shop. Let’s address this in a bit more detail so you can determine the best course of action for starting your new business.

SOTM – Stockwell Strategy: A UX Research and Strategy LLC Solving Common Business Strategy Problems

Amanda’s goal is to understand a company’s users and strategize about how to improve the business based on their individual needs. Here are her insights on her entrepreneurial journey.

Do You Need an LLC for Your Food Truck Business?

Starting a food truck business can be lucrative, but it can also be a risky and complicated path. When it comes to owning and operating any type of business (including a food truck), you will want to protect your assets from any potential liabilities.

SOTM – AgileImprov: From Theatre to Forming Their Own Training Company

Business owner Rachel Ben Hamou tells us how she turned a love of theater into a program helping teams get motivated and learn to communicate more effectively.