Looking at the two options side by side without any particular industry or business in mind, I’ll always think of an LLC as the better choice for these three reasons.
It’s your responsibility as a business owner to make sure that your LLC or corporation stays compliant with state rules and regulations. By implementing these three simple tips, business owners will rest assured that their businesses remain in good standing.
Is it better to continue to concentrate on your main business, or should you focus on certain aspects of your company and grow those as their own ventures?
Starting a business in another state is a solution that has taken an almost mythic-like status in online advice pieces – a lot of business analysts sell this solution as some sort of company cure-all, a way to avoid having to sink a business’s hard earned cash into the state treasury. The reality of the [...]
We love the internet, but a 50-state-drop-down menu is not the way to select the best state for your new company. It’s a tax decision, and one you’re stuck with if you choose incorrectly. Every start up faces three initial decisions: (1) Should I form a LLC or corporation?, (2) Where should I form my [...]