When and What Must You Amend: Everything About Articles of Amendment

Part of creating your legal entity requires filing key documents with your state. If you set up your business as a Limited Liability Company (LLC), those documents were your Articles of Organization....


How to Change the Name of Your LLC

No matter how much we research and plan, life is constantly evolving. Changes in trends, advancements in technology, increases in consumer demand or even transitions in your personal life can...


Inside Incfile's Foreign Qualification Package

Are you considering growing your business by expanding to a new state? Congratulations! It’s a significant milestone in your company’s journey. 


Tax Filing Tips for Small Businesses in all 50 States

It’s tax time! For most small business owners, this time is all about trying to make the books match and find ways to save money and maximize deductions. It can all be a bit overwhelming, even if...


How Can I Add Members to My LLC?

When you have a great business idea that you're passionate about, it can feel like destiny when you meet someone who catches your vision and believes in your company.


Selling Your Business Name: Forms, Legalities and Taxes Explained

Your business name could be valuable, and not just to you. If another business owner wants to operate under the same or a very similar name to your business, you have the option of selling the name...


How to Order a Delaware Certificate of Good Standing Online

Delaware business owners, this one's for you. As a small business owner, you’re well aware of all the little headaches that paperwork and administration can cause on a regular basis. Even if you’ve...


Commonly Overlooked Tax Deductions and Credits That Should Be on Your Radar

Tax time is just around the corner, but before you start to panic, take a deep breath because Incfile is here for you. It’s important for small business owners to be aware of tax deadlines and start...


Can Incfile Help You Open an LLC in Another State or Country?

There are many reasons why someone that has a business in one state may want to open up a business in a different state. And as odd as this may sound, this move is actually considered doing business...