How You Structure Your Business to the IRS Can Affect More Than Your Tax Bill. Here's What You Need to Know.
From startup to going public, the business formation structure you choose affects your company in many ways, including how you file your taxes and how much you owe the IRS.
So you're ready to make your business official through incorporation, but not sure if you should choose LLC, S-Corp, or C-Corp? Join us for this free webinar as our experts, Mark J. Kohler & Mat Sorensen, help you make the right decision. Register now →
An LLC can protect you from business obligations and debts.
Does your partnership outline include everything you need?
Entrepreneurs running several companies under one LLC may benefit from creating multiple corporations.
Don't believe anyone who says an LLC is simple.
The decision to incorporate in Delaware is not one-size-fits-all. Make sure you do your homework.
Staying on top of your corporate record-keeping is essential for both legal and strategic reasons.
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.
Setting up a single-member LLC is easy and there are fewer formalities involved compared with a corporation.
There are many factors to consider when you decide to incorporate your business.
Make sure you've done all you can to prevent identity theft by implementing these tips.