Category: Incorporations

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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 […]

California LLC Attorney

The nitty gritty specifics of how the new(ish) LLC law might affect your business!

Now that I have piqued your attention with my sky-is-falling attitude in my previous entry (link here) let’s get into the specific ways the new(ish) LLC law might affect your existing or new business. Oftentimes, clients come to me with an existing operating agreement that they found on the internet. Here’s a big problem with […]

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How the “new” California LLC law may affect your existing LLC

On January 1, 2014, now more than two years ago, the California Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act (RULLCA) went into effect. It’s codified as new Title 2.6 of the California Corporations Code starting with Section 17701. Many existing businesses have been operating as Limited Liability companies for years, some even for decades, without looking […]

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Why the time of year matters for your California incorporation

If you’re starting a California corporation, take a second and look at the calendar. Depending on what time of year it is, you might want to wait on your incorporation. Why? Three important words: The Franchise Tax Board. In California, every Limited Liability Company (LLC), S-Corp or C-Corp, or Partnership has to pay an annual […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Incorporate Your Business.

You can find many informative articles on the internet detailing the reasons why you should incorporate your business. But one thing seems to be in short supply, and it’s articles that detail the reasons why you shouldn’t incorporate a business. Of course incorporating a client’s business is lucrative to me, and incorporations make up a […]