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What are “Classes of Interests” in an LLC Operating Agreement?
It’s important to understand your LLC's “Classes of Interests”, since they affect your company's ownership structure and members’ rights.Aug. 20, 2019
DBAs for Unincorporated Businesses
DBAs are utilized by both incorporated and unincorporated businesses, but are most commonly associated with unincorporated businesses.June 10, 2019
Do I Need a DBA for My Business?
A DBA, or d/b/a, is an alias used by the business that allows it to conduct its business under a different name than the one that’s legally registered.May 24, 2019
How To Get an Employer Identification Number (EIN)?
Your EIN is used to identify your business to the federal government. Without one, your business will not be able to open a bank account or file taxes.May 23, 2019
Incorporating in Delaware or Nevada: Good Idea or Bad Advice?
Delaware and Nevada have pro-business reputations with favorable legal environments for business and their owners. But is it worth it?May 3, 2019
Do You Need to Hold Shareholder Meetings?
By law, shareholders are required to come together on a regular-basis to determine the fate and direction of the company they collectively own.April 30, 2019
Does My Company Need Its Own Bank Account?
Both Corporations and LLCs are required to keep separate bank account for their business distinct from their individual owners.April 30, 2019
What's a Convertible Note?
A convertible note is a way to raise capital for a project where the valuation of a company is delayed until a future financing round.April 29, 2019
What Does it Mean for an LLC to be a Disregarded Entity?
Under the tax code, an LLC is typically regarded as separate from its owners for liability purposes, but “disregarded” as being separate for taxes.April 26, 2019