The HBS Blog

The HBS Blog offers insight on Delaware corporations and LLCs as well as information about entrepreneurship, start-ups and general business topics.

I Want to Start a Business. Where Do I Start? By If you're interested in becoming an entrepreneur, you may be thinking, "I want to start a business. Where do I start?" Let us help!.. Read More
An LLC Could Help With Your FFL Application By
Federal Firearms License
We are noticing a new business trend that many clients are taking advantage of. First, they form an LLC and THEN they apply for their FFL (Federal Firearms License) with the ATF... Read More
How to Prove Ownership of a Delaware LLC By
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One of the questions that we are often presented with is, "I need to know how to prove ownership of a Delaware LLC. How can I do that?" Here's how... Read More
Read Harvard Business Services Reviews on Trustpilot! By We've teamed up with Trustpilot to get Harvard Business Services reviews! Read them here, and give one yourself!.. Read More
Authorizing Shares for Your Delaware Corporation By
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Now that you've formed a corporation, you may wonder about authorizing shares for your Delaware corporation | Harvard Business Services, Inc... Read More
Convert a Delaware LLC to a Corporation or Vice Versa By How to convert an LLC into a corporation or a corporation into an LLC, from the Delaware business formation experts at Harvard Business Services, Inc... Read More
How to Get a DUNS Number Fast By Companies may wish to get a DUNS number for a variety of reasons, but the process can take time. Here's how to get a DUNS number fast... Read More
Harvard Business Services Supports the BBB! By Harvard Business Services recently teamed up with the BBB of Delaware for a short radio ad. Listen to it here!.. Read More
How to Open a Delaware Business Bank Account By The opening of a U.S. or Delaware business bank account for non-U.S. clients is a difficult step in the incorporation process. Here's what to expect... Read More
Par Value: How Low Can You Go? By Par value is the lowest limit set to the value of a share of stock in a corporation. Here's how to calculate your Delaware par value... Read More