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If you’re in the business of moving goods from point A to point B, it's likely that the vehicle or vehicles that transport those goods are big, heavy and fast, and move among vast herds of much smaller vehicles operated by drivers with varying skills.
The potential for disaster is always present; if an accident does occur, you need to have already taken steps to protect your assets and your family’s financial future.
If you are operating a trucking company as a sole proprietorship, you should enlist Harvard Business Services, Inc. to help you place each of your trucks into separate Delaware LLCs, and then set up an S-Corp in which to operate your trucking business.
We have specialized in Delaware business formations for over 30 years, and we excel at helping truckers protect their personal assets.
By choosing Harvard Business Services, Inc. as the company to help you make informed decisions about incorporating in Delaware, you’ll join thousands of other savvy business owners who have turned to Harvard Business Services, Inc. to help them protect their personal assets.
If you own a trucking company, you can read more about protecting your assets, or feel free to call Harvard Business Services, Inc. today at 800-345-2677 with any questions you may have about asset protection for truckers.
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