by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor As wedding bells ring this summer, couples everywhere are saying more than just “I do” to each other. For entrepreneurs tying the knot, it can be a huge adjustment to marry the love of your life while remaining in a committed relationship with your passion project. How can you ensure […]
by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor One New Year’s Resolution that many entrepreneurs probably have at the top of their list is to get a head start on filing taxes. For the self-employed especially, the clock is ticking to get paperwork organized and determine how many business expenses are eligible for deductions. The tax deduction […]
by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Expansion into a new city is simultaneously exciting and trying for any small business owner. You’ll naturally be excited to try your hand at a different market and grow your business, but expanding requires a heavy investment of both time and money with no guarantee that your business will […]
by Deborah Sweeney, CEO of MyCorporation.com | Featured Contributor Most people tend to feel a bit lethargic around December. The year is drawing to a close, and holiday plans take us away from the worries of business. The owners of start-ups often approach the end of the year as the end of the first chapter […]
New business owners often ask me that question and, unfortunately, it cannot be answered with a simple yes or no. It begins when business owners hear about lower taxes and fees in other states and start to wonder if they can take advantage of that business-friendly atmosphere, even though they don’t technically do business in that state. Forming an LLC or incorporating turns a business into its own legal entity, separate from you, and it can be formed anywhere within the United States. But it isn’t simply a matter of paying Nevada to incorporate within their state, and then continuing to do business in California while only paying Nevada taxes and fees. Before you decide to form a business entity in another state, consider the following three points.