As an entrepreneur, learn the basic factors that can help you make sure that you are not only “in the game” to win it, but fit for business!
Learn more about S Corporations (S Corp.) and Limited Liability Companies (LLC), and decide if one of these business structures is right for your small business.
My business is currently setup as a sole proprietorship. How do I change my business from sole proprietorship to corporation?
I currently have a business structured as a sole proprietorship. I work full-time and my husband runs the business. How do I know when to convert from a sole proprietorship to a corporation or an LLC.
I have three small business operating as corporations and my objective is to find the best protection or limit liability and gain tax advantage. How do I limit liability of my corporation?
How do I form an LLC (limited liability company) as parent company with other separate LLCs? I then would like the new entity to be split off into 2 separate LLC’s, one to hold the equity and the other to hold the debt and income stream from the properties.
We have a former employee that has gotten his Certified Contractors license, which my husband nor I have, that wants us to be able to use his license to further our business interests. How do we go about this?
If I form an LLC and elect to be taxed as a S Corp, will I be able to partake of the Self Employment Tax Savings as well as the management ease of a LLC?
My husband owns a corporation and would like to add two men into his corporation. He doesn’t want them to profit from his business, but he wants them to be able to work under his name and license, he is a Drywall Finisher and Painter. How would he do this and how much would it cost?
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