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How New, Small Business Owners Can (and Should) Be Protecting Their Brand
Your new business is your baby, after all. Don't you want to protect your baby?
Party of One: Setting Up Your Single-Person Corporation
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.
Which Business Structure Is Right for You?
Find out the essentials of the different legal business structures you can choose for your new business.
8 Ways to Build Your Company's Credit
A good credit score can help you land loans, financing and better interest rates for your business.
How to Choose the Right Business Structure
By reviewing the pros and cons of these four common business structures, you can determine which one will benefit you most.
Before You Form an S Corp, Consider These Points
Our legal expert breaks down the pros and cons of forming an S Corporation.
A Simple Look at the Best Corporate Structure for Your Business
The pros and cons of sole proprietorships, LLCs, S Corps and C Corps.
Tax Time: Should You File a Business Extension?
March 17 might be the deadline for corporations to file, but an extension could be your best move. Here are the details and tips you should know about the Corporate deadline.
S-Corps and Tax Advantages: What to Know
An S-Corp election can save small businesses on certain health care and employment taxes, amounting to thousands for eligible ventures. We explain the advantages.
The S Corp Deadline Is Approaching: What to Know
The March 17 deadline to take the S Corp election is nearly here. We explain who is eligible and how it might benefit you.
Why Corporate Tax Reform Is Not Enough
Only comprehensive reform will prevent businesses that produce the same profits through the same activities from paying vastly different tax rates.