Posts tagged with "LLC"



Business · November 16, 2021
5 Tips From A Lawyer For Keeping Your LLC Compliant
Many entrepreneurs structure their business as an LLC because, like corporations, LLCs offer personal liability protection for their owners. But unlike corporations, LLCs are not legally required to adhere to many of the same corporate formalities required of corporations. Although the administrative requirements for an LLC are far less strict than for a corporation, you’ll still need to abide by some operational formalities if you want to maintain your personal liability protection.
Business · September 28, 2021
3 Pitfalls To Avoid When Buying An Existing Business
Building a business from scratch can involve years of working long hours for little to no financial reward. In fact, whether your company can generate a profit or not, starting your own business can consume your life like few other activities. However, buying an existing business isn't without its own challenges. It'll also require hard work and sacrifice, and no matter how successful the company was under its former owner, there's no guarantee you will experience the same prosperity.
Estate Planning · September 24, 2021
A Not-So-Happy Accident: Bob Ross’s Estate Planning Failures Leave His Son With Next To Nothing—Part 2
Don't let what happened to Bob Ross's family happen to yours. If you own a business, it's crucial to put in place an effective estate plan and should be properly coordinated with your business agreements to ensure that all of your wealth and assets will be passed on to your loved ones in the event of your death or incapacity. Failure to do this could lead them in the same situation as Bob's son, Steve, who's left with nothing, while the business built by his father continues to earn every year.
Business · August 03, 2021
Five Factors To Consider Before Investing In A Franchise
If you've always dreamed of running your own business but find the thought of building an entire company from scratch too daunting, you might consider investing in a franchise. When you purchase a franchise, you get an already proven business model and brand, which can make the startup phase significantly easier. Also, most franchises come with turnkey operating systems, extensive training programs, and ongoing support from the franchisor. However, no business is without its risks and drawbacks.
Business · June 15, 2021
4 Factors To Consider When Choosing A Business Entity - Part 2
The entity you choose for your business affects everything contracted by your company. Your business entity will determine the amount of taxes you pay, what kind of records you keep, and how vulnerable your assets are to lawsuits. Among the different business entities, all companies should be one of the following legal structures: a sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, or limited liability company (LLC).
Business · June 08, 2021
4 Factors To Consider When Choosing A Business Entity - Part 1
When starting a business, you have to make a ton of decisions. Deciding what to name your company and hiring employees, what kind of products or services you should sell, and how to fund your operation, getting your business off the ground comes with a nearly endless number of decisions. Of all these decisions, perhaps none is more important or has a more significant impact on your success (or failure) than your choice of business entity structure.
Business · May 04, 2021
4 Tips for Running a Business With Your Spouse - Without Ruining Your Marriage
Going into business with your spouse or romantic partner can be an amazing opportunity—but it can just as easily be an absolute nightmare if not handled properly. Regardless of how amazing your love life may be, there's no guarantee you'll be equally compatible in a working relationship. It can potentially wreck both your business and marriage if things don't work out. Make sure to clarify the potential problems, risks, and benefits before jumping into business together.
Business · February 09, 2021
How to Pay Yourself as the Owner of an LLC
One of the most exciting parts of owning a business is paying your own hard work. And yet, some business owners don't pay themselves or rely on inconsistent income to avoid owing taxes. But the right way to pay yourself from your business depends on the type of entity structure you use to establish your company. That's why entrepreneurs are advised to structure their business as an LLC. In this way, you can protect yourself from debts and lawsuits related to your company and save on taxes.
Estate Planning · November 05, 2020
The staggering events of 2020 have greatly affected each person’s overall mental and emotional health. Faced with sudden changes such as sickness, loss, or unemployment it is difficult to stay positive. No pun intended. However, this may be an opportunity to invest in your most important asset—yourself. It is a time of unearthing your skills and talents that may have been stored away all this time. As each person is unique you surely have something to offer that nobody else could. You could be t
Business · October 26, 2020
The coronavirus outbreak has most business owners on their toes. The constant emphasis on the slightest human interaction through skeletal arrangements results in taking in more tasks on your already full plate. From implementing safety measures to protect your employees, formulating strategies to mitigate the outbreak’s impact, to finding ways to generate more revenue — you feel the need to do it all. Here is some advice on how to navigate the volatile business environment in the new normal.

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