Many limited liability companies (LLCs) and C Corporations choose to be taxed as S Corporations to lower their tax burden. It’s relatively easy to do as long as the business entity meets IRS requirements and files Form 2553. But what happens if a business owner finds an S Corp hasn’t worked to their advantage? […]
As a woman business owner, I’ve found that empowerment comes to us in two ways:
- Access to external sources of inspiration and knowledge
- Self-respect and self-confidence
You can sit around and wait for someone to empower you, or you can take the bull by the horns and take action to empower yourself. I will always vote […]
It's possible to create a separate business entity for each venture you start. However, this can result in excess paperwork and legal filings. And in many cases, each business may not be earning a significant amount of revenue individually, making the paperwork seem especially tedious. To save some headaches and paper, this article provdies you with great tips to consider when dealing with multiple business types.