Small businesses looking to expand are often looking for investors—but don’t know what they should do to make themselves more attractive to those investors. To make your business more investor friendly, follow these 3 key steps.
If your business conducts business in one state but is officially incorporated in another, then it is considered a foreign corporation. This article details the steps you must take to qualify as a foreign corporation in order to legally do business in that state.
If you want to do business using a business name, as opposed to your personal legal name, then you’ll need to file a DBA. This article discusses the purposes of a DBA, and how their use might differ if your business is a sole proprietorship, LLC, or corporation.
There are many reasons why a business may want a DBA. For sole proprietors and partnerships, the legal name of their business is their personal name. For those who do not want to use their personal name as their business name, a DBA may be of some value.
Almost every business requires a permit or license of some kind. But the specific requirements will vary from place to place, making it difficult to know what you need when you are just getting started. Knowing where to look will save you lots of time and energy in the licensing process.
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