8 Reasons to Incorporate Your New Company Early

Many entrepreneurs are so focused on finalizing their innovative product or service that they procrastinate on the formalities of forming the requisite new company...

Trademarks for Proprietary Products: What You Need to Know

Franchisors that are serious about developing additional revenue streams in their franchise will ultimately explore proprietary products. By creating new products either under the...

Learning the ABCs of the BBB

For curious and questioning consumers everywhere, the Better Business Bureau serves as a beacon, guiding them on their purchasing paths. Known as the “BBB,” the...

The Real Life of a Hardware Startup Founder

When does it make sense to launch a hardware startup? For Jason Morlon, it’s when the demands of career overtake the joys of life—and...

5 Points to Weigh Before Converting Your Business into a Corporation

We help launch dozens and dozens of startups each year. In the vast majority of cases, we form a Delaware C-Corp. However, lately we...

Should You Go Into Business with Your Friends?

Either you’ve thought about it or you know someone who has: going into business with a good friend seems like a wonderful idea. Why...

9 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Choosing a Business Partner

Launching a business is both one of the toughest and most rewarding experiences an entrepreneur will encounter. For that reason, many entrepreneurs join forces...

Sole Proprietorship: Is the Risk Worth It?

If you are considering starting a business, the simplest and least expensive form of business is a sole proprietorship. A sole proprietorship is a...

Business Structure Types for Entrepreneurs

CorpNet CEO Nellie Akalp joins me to discuss business structure types including the sole proprietorship, LLC, and corporation. We focus mainly on the difference between LLCs and S-Corps, which are the two most popular business structures used by small businesses today.

5 Reasons You Should Incorporate Your Business

Incorporation provides your business with a legal structure, declaring it an entity separate from you, the owner. Whether you form a corporation or LLC there are many advantages to consider.

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