If you’re thinking about incorporating a business, or have recently done so, you might assume that all the work is up front with the actual filing. That’s not the case. There are still several documents you’re required by law to create and update. And even if you’re not a corporation, there are still legal documents you might need for your business. Let’s take a look.
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When launching a new business, it is easy for entrepreneurs to get lost in all of the required legal paperwork. From business licenses to forming a corporation or limited liability company (LLC), it can be quite a chore to make sure all the details are in order.
If you are starting a business, you may be lucky or smart enough to have a truly unique business idea. Perhaps it is a method or product that can be patented, or a unique way of doing business. Very few people in the world know the secret formula for Coca-Cola, or the exact combination of herbs and spices that Col. Sanders put into his fried chicken.
As a startup entrepreneur, your time is precious. What you decide NOT to spend time on, is just as important as what you DO spend time on. Keep your eye on the sales ball. Brand is more important than ever - take the steps to build it from day one. It will pay off in increased sales if you do a good job. And protect it. Consider filing for a trademark to protect your brand as early as possible.
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For the small business owner, incorporating a business or forming an LLC raises many questions: Where do I start? How much does it cost to incorporate or to form an LLC? How long does the process take? Can I form my own corporation or LLC or is an attorney required? In this post, I’ll break down the steps required to incorporate a business or form an LLC, as well as explain the three different methods: do-it-yourself, legal filing service, or an attorney.
You don’t need an attorney to form a corporation, LLC or File a DBA
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