Leading from the Front with Four Ground Floor : Leadership & Management It’s nearing mid summer in the northern hemisphere; recently, we celebrated national Ice Cream Day! Many have favorite flavors of this delish dessert; this holds true for leadership, too. Paraphrasing a Supreme Court justice: ‘We know leadership when we see […]
Stretching your Entrepreneurial Thinking While entrepreneurs will always consume certain resources, no different from our staff, or other citizens,, we shouldn’t think through a consumer lens nor should we spend precious time being one. So, let’s shake things up! While reading, please invest time to ask yourself some questions. As I often advise mentees, […]
by Diana Adams | Featured Contributor As I’m sitting here next to my Christmas tree, sipping on a Gingerbread Latte, I’m reminded of all the things I’m grateful for in my life. I’m so blessed in so many ways. One of the things I’m grateful for is the opportunity to be a writer here at SheOwnsIt.com. […]
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.
By: Deborah Sweeney, CEO of MyCorporation.com Back in 2010, Assistant Professor of Law Rodney D. Chrisman published ‘LLCs are the New King of the Hill,’ a groundbreaking study on the popularity and growth of the limited liability company, in the Fordham Journal of Corporate and Financial Law. The LLC structure is relatively novel in the […]