With an established reputation, few trade barriers and low tax and compliance costs, Hong Kong remains the go-to option.
If your great idea solves problems, the rest is mostly filling out forms online. You can knock it out in a few days.
It's the least-sexy thing about being an entrepreneur, but obsessing over personal liability and tax implications might mean it's time to change how you've incorporated your business.
If two's a bit too much company for your business, the solo route could help you maintain control while offering valuable personal-liability protection.
Consider these five factors if you're interested in reincorporating to help social and environmental causes while maintaining your bottom line.
Failure to keep up-to-date with corporate compliance chores can put your business, and you personally, at the mercy of criminals.
You have formed a limited liability company. What should you do now?
The assets of sole proprietors don't receive blanket protection simply by forming an LLC.