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Making the Move From Solopreneur to Agency

[This article was written by John Packham.] Many small business owners start out working for themselves – by themselves. This often occurs because they run a low-key side business while they continue to work for their day job. While it

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How to Change a C Corporation to an S Corporation

When I first incorporated my business, I organized as a C Corporation . . . but I wasn’t exactly sure what I was doing. Now, I might want to change my C Corporation to an S Corporation. Is it too

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Post-Incorporation Steps for New Corporations

Just starting your corporation? Congratulations! The first official step, of course, is filing your Articles of Incorporation with your Secretary of State, officially incorporating your business. But just because the ink on your Articles is dry doesn’t mean you’re ready

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Is My Small Business Ready to Incorporate? Five Clues That it Might Be Time

Incorporating a business can be time-consuming, costly, a hassle to keep in compliance, risky—and it just might be the best small business decision you’ve ever made. Here are five clues that it might be time to take your business to

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Top 3 Reasons to Incorporate Your Business

Incorporating a business isn’t for everyone. It can be expensive: the filing fee for corporations is generally higher than unincorporated businesses. It can be time-consuming :there is a great deal of paperwork to complete and maintain, and compliance requirements at

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Commercial Registered Agents and Your Business

Have you considered a commercial agent? When you incorporate a business (or form an LLC), that new corporation or LLC becomes a separate legal entity from you. Because of this, it’s important that there is an individual representing the company,

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