Category: Incorporations

5 Important Phases of Incorporating in the State of California

5 Important Phases of Incorporating in the State of California

Small business owners are often enticed by the tax and liability benefits of incorporating a business. However, going from a sole proprietorship to a corporation may seem like a daunting task. Here are 5 important phases involved in setting up a new business as a corporation in California. Choosing the Company Name. You need to […]

Play 16, “Maybe You Shouldn’t Incorporate.”

Play 16, “Maybe You Shouldn’t Incorporate.”

Welcome to another week’s Play from my Small Business Legal Playbook. I hope the tips are helpful to you and your business, as these Plays are specially designed to give you a little insight on the legal side of running a small business. Today’s Play, Play 16, “Maybe You Shouldn’t Incorporate” is the final Play […]

Play 12, “It’s Time to Break Up, LLC Edition Offensive Strategies.”

Welcome to another week’s Play from my Small Business Legal Playbook. I hope the tips are helpful to you and your business, as these Plays are specially designed to give you a little insight on the legal side of running a small business. Today’s Play, “It’s Time to Break Up, LLC Edition” involves something most […]

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3 Biggest Misconceptions About Incorporating a Business

Incorporating your small business can have great benefits when it comes to everything from separating your business and personal assets to minimizing how much you personally owe in taxes. However, there are some serious misconceptions about what incorporating involves. Here are three myths about incorporating a small business in California. Myth #1: Incorporating Your Business […]

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Business Formation Advice – Choosing a Business Type

If you are starting a new business, you have to make some basic decisions about how the company will be set up. For example, some small business owners just want to maintain a sole proprietorship in order to keep things simple. While this involves the least paperwork, it subjects your income to the self-employment tax, […]

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What the new FCC Ruling means for you

One June 14, 2016 the Federal Court of Appeals ruled that high-speed internet can be defined as a utility, which clears the way for more rigorous policing of broadband providers and greater protections for web users. The court’s decision upheld the F.C.C. on the declaration of broadband as a utility which will have broad-reaching implications […]