Legal Basics For Startups
When it comes to protecting your money, preparation is the best defense.
Protect yourself from the IRS and make your patchwork projects a real business.
The L3C designation is helping entrepreneurs start for-profit businesses with non-profit souls.
Scott McDaniel and Christian Vaneh, Co-Founders, Survey Gizmo, talk about the inspiration for the company and its name.
Why your business structure could be eating away at your company's bottom line
Sole proprietorships, partnerships, LLCs and corporations--learn the differences and which one fits your company best.
Doing some research on the front end can save you a load of money.
Good company monikers suggest rather than describe; great ones have the flexibility to survive unforeseen changes or expansion.
Hybrid entity brings together some of the best features of partnerships and corporations.
How to incorporate? Follow these steps.
Tax ramifications of forming an LLC
Learn what to take into consideration when deciding among corporations, LLCs, sole proprietorships, partnerships and other structures.
How to quit your job, compete with your old boss and not get sued in the process
When it comes to establishing and maintaining an effective partnership, it helps to factor in success, failure and life.
Before you undertake a serious decision like changing your business name, consider these four factors.
Protect your business with a strong contract.
LLC or S corporation? We'll help you figure out the differences.
What's in a business name? Plenty. Not only must your name reflect your brand and be memorable, there are also a host of legal issues to consider. Here's how to choose a name that'll best suit your business.
If you decide to classify your business as a nonprofit, make sure you understand the legal and tax consequences.
Hiring a good lawyer is crucial to any successful business. Here's everything you need to know about finding, interviewing and hiring the very best.
Think you have a clever name for your business? Good! But you also need to make sure that name isn't being used by someone else--and that you protect it once you're sure it's yours to keep.
Ready to incorporation? Find the information you need at one of the following sites.
Don't let red tape boggle your mind. Here's how to handle some common legal dilemmas.
This legal expert offers a breakdown of the immigration laws every non-resident entrepeneurial wannabe should know.
This corporate status allows you to operate less formally, but the restrictions on corporate shares may prove to be a burden.
You can create a partnership based on an oral agreement, but it's much smarter to put it in writing.