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Limited Liability Company (LLC)
The simplest way of structuring your business to protect your personal assets. The Limited Liability Company (LLC) is now one of the most popular business structures among smaller organizations. While allowing business owners to remain free from a great deal of the formalities imposed on other types of businesses, it still provides limited liability protection for its owners (members). LLCs are also eligible for "pass-through" taxation, which means that the company's income taxes are only reflected on each owner's personal tax return, not at the business level.
Corporation (Inc.)
Whether you need a C Corp or an S Corp, we'll help set up your business the right way. The C Corporation (C Corp) is what most people think of when they hear the word "corporation". Most large companies are formed under this structure as it offers the most tax related options for business owners. It provides the greatest level of separation between the company and its owners, and allows the company to raise capital through the issuance of publicly traded stock. However, the many formal requirements placed on C Corps prevent the structure from being the ideal choice for many smaller organizations. The S Corporation (S Corp) structure is similar to the C Corp, with a few notable differences. The most important of these differences is that S Corps are eligible for special pass through taxation status with the IRS. This allows S Corp owners to avoid double taxation on their business income. S Corps must request pass through taxation status, by filing Form 2553 with IRS after successfully incorporating.
Whether self-funded or through donations, we'll help get your nonprofit up and going. The Nonprofit corporation is a special type of business structure that exists to provide certain benefits to organizations that have as their main goal service to the public. Much like other formal business types, those who run Nonprofits are provided limited liability protection.
Sole Proprietorship
Going solo? You've got options! We'll go over each so you can choose the right one for you. A sole proprietorship is the default type of entity when a business is started by one owner. Unlike LLCs or Corporations, states do not require you to file your business initially or file periodic reports. The downside is that the owner is held liable for all losses, legal issues, and/or debt that the business accrues. There is little-to-no distinction between the entity and the business owner.
Doing Business As (DBA)
Stake your claim on your business name. Our team will make sure the job gets done right. A well-chosen name can enhance the credibility of a business, especially for sole proprietors and general partnerships. Many banks require sole proprietorship and general partnerships to take on a DBA before opening an account. There are numerous ways that a DBA can assist a company's branding efforts. Some of the most common are to integrate a company's name with their online properties (domain names, social media profiles, etc.), or to position themselves differently to multiple demographics.
Employer Identification Number (EIN)
Hiring? Filing business taxes? We'll help you get an EIN so you can do both and more. Rather than doing the research and figuring out exactly how to fill out and file the paperwork yourself, let our professionals handle it for you. Our mission is to take away the hassles of paperwork so you can instead focus on building your business. There is a lot you cannot do until you have your EIN. Additionally, messing up this annoying administrative task can slow you down and cost you extra. Knowing that it will be done fast and done right the first time allows you to get to work faster and follow your passion while we take care of the paperwork.

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