Incorporating Your Business
Small businesses can incorporate by themselves using online services - if they know what they are doing. Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of online incorporation here.
When you start a business you're faced with the decision of what type of business to form: sole proprietorship, LLC, S-Corp, and others. The most basic business entity, the sole proprietorship, may offer you more tax benefits than any other business type. Find out what they are here >>
Whether you're incorporating your business on your own or having a professional handle it, there are several common mistakes that people make. Find out what they are so you don't make them, too >>
What Is the Difference Between an LLC and an S-Corp?
When choosing to incorporate, the most common decision smaller businesses face is which type of corporation to form. Here is a comparison between LLCs and S-Corporations.
Frequently Asked Questions about LLCs
Since the federal government does not recognize an LLC as a classification for federal tax purposes, such entities must figure out how they should file their federal returns. Here are three of the most common questions about LLCs.
Tax Information for Limited Liability Companies
There is no Federal tax return specifically for the LLC; instead the rules for LLC’s will determine which Federal tax return they file. So what type of federal tax return should an LLC file? Find out here >>
Forming Your LLC in Nevada: Does It Really Work?
If you've done much web research about setting up a limited liability company, or LLC, you've seen the advertisements that tout Nevada. Because Nevada doesn't levy an income tax on individuals or corporations, you should form your LLC in Nevada, right? Not necessarily. Here's why >>