Business Strategies

Learn how to incorporate your Delaware business as well as tips, suggestions and smart business ideas for you to utlize before and after incorporating a company in Delaware.

What Is IRS Form 8822-B? By Andrew Millman Tuesday, April 25, 2017 What Is IRS Form 8822-BFor 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... Read More
Dissolve a Corporation with Certificate of Dissolution By Jeremy Reed Tuesday, March 28, 2017 how to dissolve a corporationSome corporation owners do not want to pay the expense of filing a Certificate of Dissolution. There is an alternative to dissolving your corporation via Certificate of Dissolution—you can tell your Registered Agent to resign as the agent with the state... Read More
What to Know When Naming a Benefit Corporation By Andrew Millman Monday, March 13, 2017 how to name a benefit corporationThe 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... Read More
What to Know about a Limited Liability Partnership By Brett Melson Monday, February 27, 2017 what is a limited liability partnershipA limited liability partnership is a general partnership that has elected to be treated as a limited liability partnership under Delaware law. An LLP is not set forth in a separate portion of the Delaware code; instead, the laws governing the features of an LLP are the same as those governing general partnerships... Read More
W9 Form: When and Why to Use It By Andrew Millman Monday, February 20, 2017 what is a w-9Anyone 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... Read More
What to Know about the 401(h) Plan By HBS Monday, January 2, 2017 401h planThe most exciting changes that came along with the Pension Protection Act are also, shockingly, one of the least discussed sections of the Internal Revenue Code: the changes to the 401(h)... Read More
How to Structure Multiple Business Ventures By Andrew Millman Monday, December 26, 2016 How to Structure Multiple Business VenturesPeople 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... Read More
9 Steps to Take Before You Close Your Company By Amy Fountain Tuesday, November 29, 2016 Steps to take before closing your companySometimes, despite meticulous strategies, our business plans don’t come to fruition, and we have to accept that the start-up we have worked so hard to establish is just not succeeding the way we hoped it would... Read More
Stock Amendments in a Delaware Corporation By Amy Fountain Monday, October 31, 2016 stock amendmentsRegardless of the reason you may need to amend your company stock, if you own a Delaware company, you possess the ability to quickly and easily make changes to your business entity’s charter in order to meet your needs... Read More
Online Business Tools: RightSignature By Devin Scott Tuesday, October 18, 2016 right signatureWith RightSignature, we can now offer our clients the option of signing documents without having to print them out—they can use their mouse or finger, directly from their computer, smartphone or tablet... Read More