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    • 1.

      When a Corporation Makes Sense


      by Michael Potter, J.D. - 2007-01-05
      There are three primary reasons to use a corporation to own your business today: (1) Liability Protection, (2) Tax Savings and (3) Accelerated Retirement. To make the most of it, you need to underst...
    • 2.

      Limited Liability Company Agreements


      by Alison Cole - 2007-01-24
      A limited liability company, commonly called an LLC is a business organization that is a hybrid between partnership or sole proprietorship and corporation. Like owners of partnerships or sole propriet...
    • 3.

      Limited LiabilityCompany Corporations


      by Alison Cole - 2007-01-24
      A limited liablity company (LLC) is a legal form of company offering limited liability to its members. In a LLC, all members are protected from personal liability in case of business debts and claims ...
    • 4.

      Be Aware of Single Owner LLC Tax Problems


      by Richard Chapo - 2007-01-25
      One of the more popular business entity choices these days is the limited liability company. If you intend to be the only owner, you need to understand something about a tax issue. The limited liab...
    • 5.

      Limited Liability Companies Online


      by Alison Cole - 2007-01-26
      Limited liability company is similar to a corporation but is suitable for smaller companies with limited number of owners. It is a legal business entity where owners have limited personal liability ev...
    • 6.

      Limited Liability Company Taxes


      by Alison Cole - 2007-01-26
      Limited liablity companies are more likely to be subject to a state's franchise taxes. This franchise tax is the fee the LLC pays the state for the benefit of limited liability. A LLC is not a separat...
    • 7.

      Strange Things About Different Business Entities


      by Richard Chapo - 2007-02-01
      If you are contemplating forming an entity for your business, there is a lot of information to consider. Here are some of the more esoteric things you will not see discussed in most how to guides. ...
    • 8.

      Corps Compared to Limited Liability Companies


      by Richard Chapo - 2007-02-01
      If you start a business, you should strongly consider forming an entity to protect you from liability. Corporations and limited liability companies are two of the more popular choices. The first th...
    • 9.

      LLCs: Do They Make Sense for Your Business?


      by Samantha Fishman - 2007-02-03
      With many of the perks of incorporation, without many of the headaches, it's no wonder the flexibility of the Limited Liability Company ( LLC ) is gaining popularity with business owners nationwide, a...
    • 10.

      The 5 Biggest Mistakes Made by New LLCs


      by Amyli McDaniel - 2007-02-05
      Copyright 2007 Amyli McDanielMistake #1 Doing Business Before the LLC is Formed.You are personally liable for any business activities or transactions that take place before your LLC is formed. A pe...