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"Do I Need a Business License?"
By Michael Bell Monday, February 16, 2015

If you recently formed a company, you may be wondering, "Do I need a business license?" Here's what you need to know... Read More

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High Corporation Franchise Tax Bill? Don't Panic.
By Amy Fountain Tuesday, February 10, 2015

high corporation franchise tax billThe state of Delaware has two methods to calculate the Franchise Tax fees due. The first method, which is called the authorized shares method, assesses X dollars per X number of authorized shares. This method works on a graduated scale, so the amount will vary based on your specific entity details... Read More

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Do I Need a DBA?
By Devin Scott Tuesday, February 3, 2015

If you want to call your business a new name, you'll need to file for a DBA or fictitious name registration | HBS, Inc... Read More

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Using Live Chat for Business
By Michael Bell Monday, February 2, 2015

Using live chat for business purposes can revolutionize your customer service. We've had great success with it. Here's our story... Read More

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Questions About The Delaware State File Number
By Michael Bell Monday, January 26, 2015

questions about the delaware state file numberEach Delaware company is issued a Delaware state file number at the time the company is formed. This number identifies your specific company... Read More

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Secure Your Domain Name First, Then Form Your Company
By Andrew Millman Monday, January 26, 2015

If a website is in the cards for your new business, it's probably not a bad idea to secure your domain name prior to setting up the company... Read More

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How to Convert a C Corporation to an LLC
By Paul Sponaugle Tuesday, January 13, 2015

To convert your C-corp to an LLC, file a conversion with your state & then notify the IRS. You can also convert an LLC to S-corp tax status... Read More

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How Many Companies Incorporated in Delaware in 2014?
By Brett Melson Monday, January 12, 2015

Delaware released news that 2014 broke a record for the number of new business formations. How many companies incorporated in Delaware in 2014?.. Read More

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How to Take Credit Card Payments On Your Phone
By Michael Bell Monday, January 5, 2015

Square allows you to take credit card payments on your phone or tablet! Here's how it works, and why it might be right for your business... Read More

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Doing Business in Arizona with a Delaware LLC
By Devin Scott Tuesday, December 30, 2014

doing business in arizona with a delaware llcThe process in which a Delaware LLC will get permission to operate in a foreign state is called Foreign Qualification. To foreign qualify your Delaware LLC in Arizona, you will need to follow Arizona's application process, pay their state fee, and obtain a Certificate of Good Standing from Delaware... Read More

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