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What is a California Professional Entity and What Are It's Advantages?
What are the differences between a professional entity and a "regular" corporation or LLC in California.March 18, 2020
Design Professional Corporations (DPCs): a New Type of Business Entity in New York
What is considered a “design” occupation depends on the state, but generally includes occupations like architects and engineers.March 18, 2020
Texas Professional Associations: What They Are & How to Form One
There’s a lot of confusion around professional associations and much of it originates from the context-dependent uses of the phrase.Jan. 29, 2020
Can I Turn my LLC into an S Corp?
The short answer: usually yes. In-fact, this is rather common for today’s small businesses, as the tax benefits with S Corps are hard to ignore.Nov. 5, 2019
The 5 Most Important Clauses in Your LLC Operating Agreement
There’s no standard Operating Agreement that will work across the board. Different LLCs will have their needs, but here are some things to consider.Aug. 20, 2019
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
Joint Ventures v. Partnerships: Differences Business Owners Need to Know
While both partnerships and joint ventures involve multiple enterprises coming together for a common goal, there are key differences to consider.July 9, 2019
Don’t Underestimate the Taxes When Selling Your Business
Just like any other transaction, the sale of a business is considered a source of income, and sellers are often obligated to pay taxes.June 26, 2019
Can I be Taxed for Gifting My Business?
State and federal agencies want to tax any transfer of ownership, or property—especially if it involves something of value, such as a small business.June 24, 2019