Archive for the ‘Startups’ Category
Can you form an LLC with only one person? How is an LLC different from a corporation or a partnership? Get answers from Attorney Michael H. Cohen.
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Want to start a real estate investment business? Ramon M. Gonzalez, Esq. discusses what to consider when choosing a business structure, including tax consequences, timing, and more. Did you know we have a whole library of videos, including more tips from attorneys? Check out all our legal videos. Every Monday, we post a video from […]
You know you’re ready to start a business. But you’re not sure if you need an LLC, a DBA, or a corporation. Michael H. Cohen, Esq. gives some tips on how to choose the right structure for your business. We have a whole library of videos, including more incorporation info from attorneys. Check out all […]
Do you need a DBA and an LLC or incorporation? Michael H. Cohen, Esq. clarifies why a DBA usually isn’t necessary for an incorporation or LLC. We have a whole library of videos, including more business and startup info from attorneys. Check out all our legal videos. Every Monday, we post a video from our […]
Many people choose to incorporate in Delaware or Nevada, but Michael H. Cohen, Esq. recommends that you incorporate in the state in which you are doing business. Find out why. We have a whole library of videos, including more incorporation info from attorneys. Check out all our legal videos. Every Monday, we post a video […]
This post originally appeared on THEsmallCOMPANYBLOG. Over the last three years writing about small companies, many of my friends, colleagues and fellow bloggers have questioned my decision to draw such a hard distinction between small companies and their larger counterparts. I regularly receive emails like “Is working for a small company really that different?” and […]
This week’s small business roundup offers help in choosing accounting software, a reminder of the importance of tax considerations for start-ups, advice on financing your business without a bank, a cautionary tale to parents thinking of investing in their children’s businesses, and a checklist of areas you should examine in your business — and how […]
This post originally appeared on THEsmallCOMPANYBLOG. As regular visitors to my blog know, I typically don’t give lectures or tell small company owners what to do. Most of my articles are written under the assumption that a) good or bad, adults can make their own decisions, and b) small business people will almost always do […]
Should your business be a corporation or a sole proprietorship? What advantages does incorporation have over a DBA? Attorney Michael H. Cohen walks you through limited liability and other differences between corporations and sole proprietorships so you can choose what’s best for you. Want more business law videos? Check out all our legal videos. Every […]