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Ways to Structure your Business: Corporation? LLC? Partnership? Based on their needs and intended business activities, entrepreneurs may choose from a variety of legal structures. View
Choosing a Business Entity: The Incorporation Wizard S corporation, C corporation, Limited Partnership, or LLC--choosing a business entity structure can be daunting and a bit overwhelming. View
Business Entity Conversion An entity conversion may be necessary if you want to change the nature of your business. View
Business Type Comparison Guide Business Entity Comparison View
Choosing the Legal Structure of Your Business Learn how to choose the best legal structure for your new business. View
Do-It-Yourself Checklist to Incorporate Your Business A step-by-step checklist to incorporate your business—yourself  Below, you’ll find a simple checklist with step-by-step instructions to help explain how to incorporate your business—yourself. Take a look: View
Initial Requirements after Forming Your Corporation or LLC After you’ve filed formation documents to create your business (i.e. Articles of Incorporation, Articles of Organization) and have gotten your paperwork back from the state, you’re ready to open your doors, right? Now what?  View
Checklist: How to Incorporate a Sole Proprietorship One of the most common business structures used to start a business is the sole proprietorship. But sole proprietorships/Doing Business As (DBAs) aren’t popular because they’re essential or even helpful—it’s because they’re simple to form. There’s no formal... View
Which State Should You Incorporate In? Once you’ve made the decision to form your business as a corporation or LLC, you may find yourself asking a common question, “Which state should I incorporate in?” There are countless stories of people incorporating in different states for tax benefits and other reasons, but... View
The Fastest States to Form a Company In Sometimes speed matters. If that’s the case for you and your business, you’ll want to know how long it’s going to take the state to file and form your business entity once you’ve submitted your articles of incorporation.  View