Protecting your corporate name
Could the name of your new business cause you to lose money? Keep your corporate name unregistered and it just might.
What You Should Know About Zoning Laws
If you plan to operate your business out of your house, it's a good idea to know how your local zoning laws apply to you.
How to file an annual report for your LLC
In many states, corporations, LLCs and other business entities must file an annual report. Follow our step-by-step guide to learn how to file an…
How to find the right lawyer for you and your business
No matter what kind of business you run, you're likely to need a lawyer's help eventually. Here are some things you need to know about the business…
How corporations are taxed
They say that the only things certain in life are death and taxes, but for corporations, that may not always be true. Whether and how corporations…
Five easy steps to maintaining your corporate status
You have gone through the daunting task of starting a corporation. But you may be asking yourself "now what?" Although the steps to creating a…
Why do I need a registered agent?
Corporations, LLCs, and other business entities need a registered agent. In fact, in many cases, it's required by law.
Why you need a business license
Most companies must be licensed to do business and, depending on the industry and your location, you may need to obtain business licenses at the…
Insuring your business: 5 questions and answers about business insurance
Prepare for the worst with business insurance. It's an important way to protect your business against accidents, lawsuits, liability, and more.
What Information Must Be Put Into Corporate Bylaws?
Bylaws describe the way your corporation will be organized and operated, and they're required in most states.