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Incorporating a business can be fast, simple, and affordable. Learn about the benefits of incorporation, the different corporation business structures like the C Corporation, the S Corporation, and more.
Learn everything about incorporating a business in our comprehensive “Incorporate” section.
A Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a legal business structure that is similar to both the corporation and the sole proprietor or partnership. The LLC is a very popular form of business structure as it offers the same or similar level of asset protection as a corporation while requiring only minimal formalities be observed (similar to a sole proprietor or partnership).
Learn more about the benefits of the LLC, Business Structures, and Where to Form an LLC in our Form an LLC Section.
DBA stands for “Doing Business As.” By filing a DBA in the appropriate jurisdiction, a small business can operate under a fictitious name. In other words, this DBA filing allows the business to operate under a name that is different from its owner.
View Pricing and Processing time required to Start a Sole Proprietor / “File a DBA” in your state and county.
Selecting a business structure is a critical part of the business startup process. The structure you select will most likely have a significant impact on your personal liability as well as your tax liability.
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The Corpnet “Starting a Business” Checklist is a Free Guide, written by attorney and entrepreneurs, that is packed with information about naming your business, Selecting a business structure, Obtaining a Federal Tax ID Number and more.
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In many cases, a business license is not required to conduct business in the United States. Depending on your industry and jurisdiction, however, business license requirements vary.
Learn more about business licenses, obtaining a Federal Tax ID Number, and Registering with appropriate State Revenue Department in our Business Licenses section