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What to Know about California’s LLC Forms Monday, May 29, 2017

States require different forms when you register a foreign company for Foreign Qualification. California has three different forms for LLCs.... Continue Reading

Posted In: About LLCs

Business Structure: LLC Wednesday, May 24, 2017

A member of an LLC may also function as a manager, but an LLC does not need to have a manager; members can run the company on their own. As for managing-member vs member classifications, it is simple: when a member is also a manager, he or she is usually referred to as a "managing-member."... Continue Reading

Posted In: About LLCs

What Is IRS Form 8822-B? Tuesday, April 25, 2017

For many LLCs, the member(s) may never change. Usually, these are simply internal matters addressed within the LLC Operating Agreement. Sometimes, however, you may need to alert the IRS about changes within your LLC.... Continue Reading

Posted In: Business Strategies

What to Know When Naming a Benefit Corporation Monday, March 13, 2017

The most recent member of the family of Delaware corporate entities is the Delaware Public Benefit Corporation, also known as a Benefit Corporation or B Corporation. The Delaware Public Benefit Corporation came into existence on August 1st, 2013.... Continue Reading

Posted In: Business Strategies

W9 Form: When and Why to Use It Monday, February 20, 2017

Anyone who does work for a company but is not a full-time employee of the company should fill out the W-9 federal income tax form. Freelancers and independent contractors may have to fill out many W-9 forms, depending on how many companies they work for over the course of a year.... Continue Reading

Posted In: Business Strategies

Creating a Delaware LLC as a Holding Company Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Creating a Delaware LLC as a holding company protects your business and personal assets in an organized business structure for your companies. Delaware LLCs can conduct any lawful business activity anywhere in the world.... Continue Reading

Posted In: About LLCs

How to Structure Multiple Business Ventures Monday, December 26, 2016

People often inquire about running multiple different business ventures under the same Delaware LLC. They want to know if they can operate several real estate properties, retail stores or car dealerships, for example, under one LLC.... Continue Reading

Posted In: Business Strategies

A New Company for a New Year Friday, December 16, 2016

Did you know you can set up a new Delaware LLC or Delaware corporation so it’s ready for business at the start of 2017?... Continue Reading

Posted In: Business Strategies

Online Business Tools: Freshbooks Monday, August 8, 2016

Online business tools such as Freshbooks can help your company save time and money. In today’s competitive business world, any advantage that gives you an edge over the competition is worth researching and trying.... Continue Reading

Posted In: Business Strategies

Delaware LLC Ownership: Units Monday, July 11, 2016

Delaware LLC ownership interest can be shown via percentages or membership units. An Operating Agreement can dictate classes of ownership & voting power.... Continue Reading

Posted In: About LLCs

Business Terms for Delaware Companies Monday, May 23, 2016

If you own a Delaware company, there are several important date-related business terms you should be familiar with so understand all your company’s documents and important dates.... Continue Reading

Posted In: The Delaware Advantage

4 Common and Avoidable Start-Up Mistakes Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Start-up founders make a lot of mistakes, but you don’t have to, if you learn from these 4 common and avoidable start-up mistakes | Incorporate in Delaware... Continue Reading

Posted In: Entrepreneurs & Start-Ups

What Is Foreign Qualification? Monday, March 28, 2016

Foreign Qualification is the process of registering your Delaware LLC or corporation, which is considered domestic to the state of Delaware and foreign to all other states, as a foreign entity in your company's home state. If you plan to operate the business, open a bank account, hire employees or hold an asset in any state other than the state of incorporation, you may be required to file for Foreign Qualification. If you fail to do so, you may be jeopardizing your company.... Continue Reading

Posted In: Compliance

Delaware Companies for International Business Owners Monday, February 8, 2016

People from all over the world can own & operate Delaware LLCs & corporations. Here’s how international business owners can easily form a Delaware company.... Continue Reading

Posted In: Business Strategies

Company Formation Documents, Defined Monday, January 25, 2016

When you file a General, Close, Public Benefit or Non-Profit Corporation, you receive a Certificate of Incorporation, which contains the Articles of Incorporation. The Certificate of Incorporation is evidence that a corporation has been filed with the state of Delaware. The Articles of Incorporation, which contain the company name, purpose, stock amounts and types, the address of the Registered Agent and the person incorporating the company, are defined as the basic charter of a corporation.... Continue Reading

Posted In: Business Strategies

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