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Published: Tue, 16 Jan 2018 05:46:50 -0600


Floatation of a Company and Prospectus

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 10:04:55 -0500

Once a company has been registered, it has to take off. This is described as floatation of a company. It is true that a company comes into existence once registered and can immediately upon do business.

Documents Required for LLP Registration

Thu, 14 Sep 2017 10:56:03 -0500

Limited Liability Partnership is a new form of business and a really convenient form of business. It is more advantageous for the small business firms and the start-up's to start or carry out their business with the least risk and convenience.

Doing Business in Multiple States

Wed, 06 Sep 2017 10:48:55 -0500

Learn more about the process of registering as a foreign entity. Learn how to file qualify your business in the state of operation.

All You Need to Know About Company Formation in Dubai

Fri, 25 Aug 2017 13:23:27 -0500

Business structures in Dubai are broadly divided into sole proprietorships, partnerships, and companies. Each of these have their pros and cons, but most people prefer to operate as a company because it is recognized as a separate legal entity from the owners. This means that the owners are only personally liable for the company's liabilities to the extent of their ownership of the company.

All Consideration Is Good Consideration, As Long As There Is an Exchange Made Between Parties

Tue, 22 Aug 2017 08:59:16 -0500

A Complete guide to know about the consideration which is essential part of any Contract. There are several types of consideration, complete types of consideration are discussed and how to keep in mind while executing a contract.

Offshore Company - Going Global

Wed, 09 Aug 2017 11:07:44 -0500

An offshore company is registered or incorporated outside the country where it has its main offices and operations, or where its principal investors reside. The term "offshore" can refer to any country, but it is mostly associated with certain countries, or jurisdictions, where the local laws offer asset protection, business flexibility, tax minimization and privacy protection. Forming an offshore company begins with choosing a business structure and jurisdiction.

Incorporation of a Company in Pakistan

Mon, 07 Aug 2017 10:10:48 -0500

Incorporation is the legal process used to form a corporate entity or company. A corporation is a separate legal entity from its owners, with its own rights and obligations. Corporations can be created in nearly all countries in the world and are usually identified as such by the use of terms such as "Inc.

Role and Duties of a Company Secretary

Tue, 01 Aug 2017 09:53:56 -0500

A Company Secretary is a senior position in a private sector company or public sector organisation, normally in the form of a managerial position or above. In large American and Canadian publicly listed corporations, a company secretary is typically named a Corporate Secretary or Secretary. Despite the name, the role is not a clerical or secretarial one in the usual sense.

What Is the Current International Regulatory Regime for Multinational Enterprises (MNEs)?

Thu, 27 Apr 2017 13:39:03 -0500

Since WWII, the MNEs have mushroomed at an incredible speed, but the international law has yet to catch up. At present, the international regulatory regime remains fragmented leaving a huge gap between legality and reality. While the MNEs' day to day activities are controlled under domestic laws, their multinational nature necessitates a more coordinated and efficient multilateral approach.

What Are the Different Business Legal Structures?

Thu, 20 Apr 2017 09:07:50 -0500

There are several common legal structures that you can set your business up under. Which one you chose is going to depend on what kind of business you are setting up, who else is involved in this plan with you, your own personal preferences, among several other factors.

Veto Rights and Good Governance: Are the Two in Sync?

Tue, 28 Mar 2017 09:10:06 -0500

One of the most debatable questions in CimplyFive's First Survey on Secretarial Practice conducted in July 2016 was on the practice of taking Director's consent for holding Board Meeting at shorter notice. Though this is not a statutory requirement, our survey indicated that 81% of the respondents revealed that they took Directors consent for holding Board Meetings at shorter notice. Taking consent from all participants even though it is not mandatory seems to be a desirable practice as it meets the basic yardstick of good governance, which is to enable all the eligible members to participate...

How to Register a Startup Company

Wed, 02 Nov 2016 07:20:47 -0500

There are several good reasons why it makes ample sense to register your company. The first basic reason is to protect one's own interests and not risk personal assets to the point of facing bankruptcy in case your business faces a crisis and also is forced to shut down. Secondly, it is easier to attract VC funding as VCs are assured of protection if the company is registered.

Advantages Of Company Formation In Uae

Tue, 25 Oct 2016 14:37:13 -0500

In the last 40 years, UAE has grown rapidly into one of the most successful economies in the Middle East. The country is located in the middle of important trade routes connecting Europe to Asia. Thanks to its central location, UAE is the preferred hub for the region's import and export market, which has grown to become one of the most lucrative in the world.This article includes the main advantages of company formation in UAE.

Points to Remember Before Setting Up a Business in UAE Freezone

Sun, 16 Oct 2016 19:43:28 -0500

The article is a description about the Freezone Jurisdiction in the region on Emirates as well as an informative substance adhering to the various facts that need to be considered before opting for a Freezone jurisdiction. With the upcoming Dubai Expo 2020, a large number of entrepreneurs are participating in different businesses and capitalizing on this market, thus the article will be helpful for such businessmen.

LLC Incorporation and Formation

Fri, 30 Sep 2016 11:20:38 -0500

One of the most important aspect of starting a business is to choose the entity that offers the maximum benefit to your business. Limited Liability Companies are considered as the most commonly preferred business establishments in various fields.

Limited Liability Companies - LLC Basics

Wed, 20 Jul 2016 15:55:34 -0500

WHAT ARE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES AND WHY CREATE ONE? Our firm routinely encounters an employer having "LLC" after its name.

Business Matters Need Sound Legal Advice

Thu, 23 Jun 2016 09:28:56 -0500

The article talks about the significance of partnering with a legal team that can support the business in generating realistic outcomes. The business activities must operate within the scope of the prevailing law.

Duties and Responsibilities of a Corporate Lawyer

Tue, 19 Apr 2016 07:19:44 -0500

A corporate lawyer is a lawyer who works for a corporate house or a company or a firm and specializes in corporate law. Corporate law is the study of how shareholders, directors, employees, creditors, and other stakeholders such as consumers, the community and the environment interact with one another.

Know Your Entities: Preparing for the Initial Consultation With Your Business Attorney

Wed, 13 Apr 2016 15:13:58 -0500

While it is advisable to consult with an experienced attorney before starting your own business, you can always be more informed through web-based research. Show up to your initial meeting ready to identify the best business entity for your circumstances.

DCAA Indirect Costs Preparation By The Experts

Thu, 24 Mar 2016 14:32:05 -0500

The accounts for the DCAA indirect costs need special attention according to the stipulations of the FAR that only the experienced DCAA accountants can prepare. The Defense Contract Audit Agency or the DCAA is a monitoring body that performs a strict audit before awarding contracts to any civil body.

Seven Legal Tips To Start A Business

Fri, 19 Feb 2016 13:14:23 -0600

The necessities of man are food, clothing, and shelter. You require money for fulfilling all these necessities. Not everyone takes up a nine to five kind of a job. People venture to do business too. Of course, there is lot of potential. At the same time, there is a lot of risk involved too. However, you should not become wary of this fact. You should make adequate preparations and convert the risks to your advantage. We shall enumerate seven legal tips to start a business.

Set Up A Company in Cyprus

Fri, 15 Jan 2016 10:11:44 -0600

The following article provides the main aspects of company formation procedures in Cyprus. Generally, Cyprus offers considerable tax incentives and limited bureaucratic procedures.

Ready to Set Up a Company in Qatar? Here Are the Steps!

Wed, 06 Jan 2016 09:39:42 -0600

Setting up a new company in Qatar, the world's most successful business arena is not as simple as one may think. Company formation requires a list of very important steps that cannot be avoided. For one that is unfamiliar with the market there, it can be challenging to say the least.

Starting a Cleaning Service - Legal Structure

Tue, 05 Jan 2016 10:19:07 -0600

This article discusses proper legal structuring for a cleaning service. It explains sole proprietorship, limited liability company, and corporation forming options. Furthermore, it recommends a specific legal structure for a cleaning business and explains why.

Start an Offshore Company in Hong Kong

Mon, 28 Dec 2015 14:29:05 -0600

Why invest in an off-shore company in Hong Kong? Because of the tax system, the little intervention of the government in the foreign companies' activities, simple registration procedure, economical and political stability, Hong Kong is a desirable location for opening offshore companies by the foreign investors. One of the great advantages of keeping an offshore company in Hong Kong is the possibility to have 100% foreign members. The tax system for a company setup in Hong Kong is also friendly for the foreign investors: for example, the corporate income tax is 16.5%, the VAT doesn't exist and there are no estate tax capitals, gains duty and no withholding tax on dividends or interest. Also the foreign profits are exempt from tax.

By-Laws Vs Articles of Incorporation

Fri, 11 Dec 2015 09:59:06 -0600

Local laws and articles of fuse are both critical archives identifying with a corporate business. In spite of the fact that comparative, the two are particular in structure, components and capacity. One approach to consider the distinction it to compare it to the contrast between the Constitution and individual laws. The articles of consolidation, similar to the Constitution, give the expansive system of a partnership and its legislature. The local laws are singular statutes that address substantially more particular issues in more noteworthy subtle element, yet must be steady with the articles.

Simple Tips for Determining If Commercial Litigation Assistance Is Necessary for Your Business

Tue, 08 Dec 2015 13:32:25 -0600

Deciding if you need commercial litigation assistance for your business can be difficult and confusing. Following the tips below will simplify the process.

From Disagreements to Litigation: 4 Reasons to Hire Business Dispute Attorneys

Tue, 08 Dec 2015 13:29:40 -0600

There are many good reasons to hire business dispute attorneys to represent your company. You don't need to try to handle everything yourself.

Professional Help For Offshore Company Set Up

Fri, 04 Dec 2015 13:46:01 -0600

Offshore company formation marks the success and growth of a business. However, it is important to understand the rules of the foreign locale as the new setup has to be formed on an international destination outside the country of residence.

What's the Difference Between an LLC and an LP?

Tue, 17 Nov 2015 06:35:39 -0600

Want the liability protection and potential tax benefits of a limited liability company or limited partnership? Learn about the differences between these two business entities.

Working With the Anguilla Foundation - Quite Simple and Straightforward Registration

Fri, 06 Nov 2015 15:18:58 -0600

The Anguilla foundation is an amazing tool that helps people kick start lucrative ventures in the country. The foundation follows formalities that are not too tough or complicated to understand.

Company Incorporation in Singapore Is a Smart Move for Global Investors

Wed, 04 Nov 2015 10:05:40 -0600

When it comes to incorporation of company in the South East Asian nation, the first name that comes to one's mind is Singapore. This cosmopolitan nation holds an excellent reputation for offering a set of advantages such as an outstanding tax system, flexible immigration policies, ease of doing business, transparent government policies, world-class infrastructure, high quality of life and so on and so forth.

Legal Checklist for Startups

Mon, 26 Oct 2015 14:45:57 -0500

The beginning stages of a business can be a hectic time, and it's easy to overlook the legal aspects of the startup process. However, in order to comply with local and national laws, it's important that a startup follow the proper legal guidelines.

Why We Hate Forming Companies In Cyprus

Thu, 22 Oct 2015 15:12:05 -0500

Especially if you travel to eastern Europe (places such as Latvia) you'll hear a lot within the offshore company formation circles about Cyprus companies, they are fairly common there. (As you travel the world you'll find there are popular spots or favored tax havens in many of the countries of the world Barbados for Canada (though this is an outdated view), Puerto Rico for the US, etc.) Frankly, I have no idea why it's become popular for anyone as I loathe Cyprus when compared with the alternatives.

Offshore Company Formation in Gibraltar

Tue, 20 Oct 2015 13:20:00 -0500

Overall Gibraltar is one of the best European jurisdictions to form an offshore company depending on your individual circumstances. There are very favorable tax regimes available, the reputation is good, and you gain access to the European advantages.

Company Formation in Jersey and Guernsey

Fri, 16 Oct 2015 11:37:23 -0500

Overview of forming a company in Jersey and Guernsey. Jersey, Guernsey (and Isle of Man) are great places to set up a local operation from a tax perspective.

A Comprehensive Guide on Factoring and Benefits

Wed, 14 Oct 2015 08:31:05 -0500

Invoice factoring is the selling of the accounts receivables of the companies to the third parties at discounted prices. The buyers have the rights to get the payments for the invoices. In the first instance, the factoring company will pay 80% of the invoice value to the client. After getting the rest 20% from the customer, the factoring company keeps the factoring charge and pays the rest to the third-party.

Reasons That Make Invoice Factoring a Better Financing Option

Thu, 24 Sep 2015 10:20:36 -0500

The revolutionary concept of invoice factoring has overruled the methods of traditional business financing and can accelerate businesses like never before. This process of commercial business financing helps companies, especially the small business owners to manage their accounting expenses with much ease and convenience.

The Tax Benefits of a Limited Liability Company

Mon, 14 Sep 2015 15:42:15 -0500

LLCs are one of the most common business entities. Learn more about the tax advantages of forming an LLC as well as the tax disadvantages.

Incorporation of Private Limited Company

Tue, 18 Aug 2015 08:32:21 -0500

Register a private limited company. Here, the Simple procedure of incorporation of a private limited company. The basic Requirement for a private Limited Company is described in this article.

Dealing With the Substantive Claim - The Litigation Process Explained

Mon, 17 Aug 2015 07:36:56 -0500

In this series of articles, the person or company seeking the Freezing Order is referred to as the Applicant and the person or company subject to the Order is referred to as the Respondent. The grant of a Freezing Order is only the start, not the end of the claim. A Freezing order is simply a remedy to prevent a Respondent putting his / her assets out of the reach of the Applicant. Whilst the Applicant may have the protection of a Freezing Order in place, it is still under an obligation to pursue its substantive claim against the Respondent - commonly a monetary claim in respect of the losses it has suffered. A Freezing Order cannot be obtained in isolation without the existence of a substantive claim against the Respondent (although it may not yet have been issued). This can be a lengthy process and ultimately end up in trial at Court. Set out below are the 9 main steps which will have to be undertaken in the substantive claim.

Is a Freezing Order the Most Appropriate Remedy? Alternative Remedies Considered

Mon, 17 Aug 2015 07:35:33 -0500

It is always worth the Applicant considering whether there are other alternative remedies that could be sought from the court which are less time consuming, costly and potentially risky. Such remedies include for example: An order preserving properties or securing a specific fund. These orders are commonly granted in situations where there is a dispute as to a party's entitlement to the property or fund in question.

Varying the Terms of a Freezing Order

Mon, 17 Aug 2015 07:31:38 -0500

In this article the person or company seeking the Freezing Order is referred to as the Applicant and the person or company subject to the Freezing Order is referred to as the Respondent. There are no grounds to have a Freezing Order discharged (something discussed in other forthcoming articles in this series), there may be legitimate reasons to vary the terms of the Freezing Order. A variation can either be agreed by consent between the parties to the litigation or, alternatively in the event that the Applicant's solicitors refuse to agree the variation by consent, a Respondent can do so by making an application to court.

Limited Liability and Failure of Professionalism in Corporation

Sat, 15 Aug 2015 08:40:09 -0500

SUMMARY This research is arguing the ideal that corporations must take higher risks to innovate and create value so as to reach their ultimate goals and to be able to compete in global markets with the complex global economy, it is out of professionalism because before working on all projects the first thing is to assess and analyze the risks by professionals, if the company can work or deal with the risks associated with the projects then the project can commence, but the boundaries of dangerous risks should be outline and respected by corporate executives.

Limited Liability and High Risk Behavior in Corporations

Sat, 15 Aug 2015 08:33:32 -0500

We tried to adopt the forward approach of conceptual genealogy focusing on the contextualized meanings and dominant contemporary features; we focused on the fundamental patterns, events and mechanism that give the explanation of conceptual qualitative change. We likewise took the deliberate of exploring the impact of moral-hazard.

Obtaining Information From Third Parties - Norwich Pharmacal Orders Explained

Fri, 14 Aug 2015 12:00:13 -0500

In this article the person or company seeking a Norwich Pharmacal Order is referred to as the Applicant and the person or company subject to the application is referred to as the Respondent. The person or company against whom the ultimate Freezing Order may be sought is referred to as the Defendant. It is sometimes the case that an Applicant cannot clearly identify the proper Defendant to any potential proceedings due to the lack of information available to it. In such circumstances, it is possible for an Applicant to seek disclosure of information or documents against a non-party to the proceedings ("the Respondent") if it can be shown that 1. The Respondent must have been involved in or mixed up in the wrongdoing, whether innocently or not: and 2. The Respondent is unlikely to be a party to the potential proceedings. Such Court Orders are known as Norwich Pharmacal Orders. These Orders can be obtained before proceedings are issued, during the course of proceedings or even after judgement has been obtained against a Defendant.

What's an FDD?

Tue, 28 Jul 2015 07:01:01 -0500

An FDD, or franchise disclosure document, should be carefully combed over by any potential franchisees in the United States - along with their franchise attorneys. Prior to 2007, this legal document was known as the Uniform Franchise Offering Circular, or UFOC.

The Invasion of Privacy Ramps Up

Wed, 24 Jun 2015 14:26:01 -0500

The invasion of privacy isn't limited to civilians any more, as hackers steal federal workers' information. But you don't have to worry: With this asset protection strategy, you can avoid the privacy invasion.

Practical Considerations in Setting Up a Corporate Joint Venture Under English Law

Mon, 08 Jun 2015 11:14:51 -0500

Are you considering doing business in Europe? If so you may wish to set up a corporate joint venture under English Law. Here are some practical considerations that you should evaluate in order to set up the joint venture.

Stiff New Penalties for Misclassification of Independent Contractors

Tue, 02 Jun 2015 09:35:14 -0500

California has established new penalties for willfully misclassifying an individual as an independent contractor. Certain persons who advise a company to make such misclassifications also can be subject to the penalties.

Ready to Incorporate? Navigating Through the Decision to Form a Corporation or LLC

Tue, 19 May 2015 10:52:52 -0500

Choosing which type of legal structure is best for your business may seem intimidating. The article will help you decipher the differences between a Corporation and a Limited Liability Company.

Employee Incentives and Good Leaver/Bad Leaver Considerations

Tue, 19 May 2015 08:56:48 -0500

One of the issues facing companies whether large or small is how to incentivise and retain good staff. There are various types of employee incentive schemes. However a very common one is either to grant share options and/ or shares to an employee. How does a company protect itself in the event that the employee receives such benefits and then ceases to be an employee.

Setting Up a Limited Company

Thu, 07 May 2015 07:37:54 -0500

Many people wonder why should they start a private limited company, as such a venture would often involve additional expenses and administrative work. In the case of a sole proprietorship business, these expenses are very nominal. The deciding factor for forming such a company is your financial liability as an individual.

Should You Incorporate?

Wed, 15 Apr 2015 13:16:19 -0500

You may operate your business as a Sole Proprietor, like 70% of US businesses do. However, if business should become fabulous and you begin to rake in some serious cash, then it could be wise to incorporate, as a method to lower your taxes and protect profits.You may be implementing a growth strategy that requires you to take on additional investors, or your exit strategy, with a plan to sell your business, perhaps to employees through an Employee Stock Option Plan (ESOP). Either scenario may prompt your accountant or business attorney to recommend that you establish a separate legal entity and the preferred strategy could be to incorporate.

Selecting Appropriate Business Structure Is Important To Incorporate a Company in Singapore

Tue, 17 Feb 2015 13:34:00 -0600

Local and international non-profit organizations are tapping in the pro-business environment existing in Singapore. The World Bank has rated Singapore as the number one city in the world to establish a business in. Having a strong, air, sea and land connectivity and empowered by seamless yet, reliable telecommunication network, Singapore has emerged as a global logistic hub for businesses and organizations.

How to Form a Company in Hungary

Tue, 17 Feb 2015 08:16:36 -0600

This article will guide you through the popular forms of Hungarian companies, and will introduce you the procedure of company formation in Hungary. Foreign individuals and companies are freely allowed to pursue business activity in Hungary. Setting up a company in Hungary follows the same legal system that is currently used in other countries in the EU. Here are a few tips to learn the nuts and bolts.

What Many Business Owners Do Not Know When Registering Their Business Online

Fri, 06 Feb 2015 15:22:51 -0600

Did you know that just because your business name is available to be registered in your state doesn't mean you won't have problems with it down the road? If you didn't know that and planned on incorporating your business online, read on.

What Is A Business Litigation Lawyer?

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 05:40:13 -0600

When a businessperson has legal issues, his or her best option is to contact a lawyer that specializes in business law. Find out how these legal professionals can help in this brief article.

I Own a Small Business, Do I Need a Business Lawyer?

Thu, 29 Jan 2015 09:34:47 -0600

Do you own a small business and wonder if you should have a business attorney? This article will give you a few pieces of insight as to why it is important to work with a business attorney on an ongoing basis to save yourself money in the long run.

Limited Liability Corportations and Foreign Investment in California Real Estate

Mon, 26 Jan 2015 09:12:06 -0600

There is some exciting news for foreign investors due to recent geo-political developments and the emergence of several financial factors. This coalescence of events, has at its core, the major drop in the price of US real estate, combined with the exodus of capital from Russia and China. Among foreign investors this has suddenly and significantly produced a demand for real estate in California.

Why Business and Law Go Hand in Hand

Wed, 14 Jan 2015 11:50:29 -0600

If you are getting ready to start up a new business, or if you have already done so, it is important that you understand the areas where business and law intersect and rely on one another. There are a wide variety of potential legal situations that business owners might find themselves in when starting a business or growing an existing one. Because the average person might not be aware of the minute details of business law, they could end up facing severe financial consequences.

5 Steps to Forming an LLC in Minnesota

Mon, 12 Jan 2015 09:08:29 -0600

Learn the steps it takes to form an LLC in MN. Compliance with state law is important and you need to make sure you follow all of the step so you can get your company up and running.

How to Conduct a Business Name Search

Tue, 16 Dec 2014 14:41:59 -0600

A proper name search is vital to establishing a business entity. This article will explain how to conduct a detailed business name search.

The Importance of a Shareholders' Agreement

Thu, 04 Dec 2014 13:26:19 -0600

We cannot stress enough the importance of a well-drafted Shareholders' Agreement in helping businesses trade effectively and without the disruption of any internal dispute. Not only will the Agreement clarify in writing each Shareholders' rights and obligations but the very process of considering and negotiating the terms of the Agreement will open a level of dialogue so often overlooked by parties eager to get on with running and developing their new business. In our experience, most Shareholder disagreements (whether or not the Shareholders are also Directors) could have been avoided or seriously minimised...

Is It Too Soon to Incorporate?

Mon, 01 Dec 2014 13:06:02 -0600

Not sure if it's too soon to incorporate your startup? Here is what you should keep in mind.

A Delaware Limited Liability Company

Thu, 13 Nov 2014 08:07:05 -0600

Delaware is a place located in the United States. Delaware is often known as a offshore tax haven. The question is why one should open a company in Delaware?

Changing From a C-Corp to an S-Corp

Mon, 10 Nov 2014 07:42:23 -0600

Are you considering converting your C Corporation to an S Corporation? Learn about the possible benefits and downsides to this move.

LLC Vs Sole Proprietorship: Which Is Right for You?

Mon, 10 Nov 2014 07:24:57 -0600

Most small businesses in the U.S. today are sole proprietorships. If you currently operate as a sole proprietorship, learn about why it may be a wise decision to form an LLC and protect your assets.

5 Reasons an LLC Is Right For You

Thu, 23 Oct 2014 14:24:27 -0500

As a business owner, you can run your business as a sole proprietorship, or it can be operated as a formal structure, for example an LLC. Forming LLC as the business structure is an exceedingly good choice for the average entrepreneur. Managing your company as an LLC brings many benefits.

Don't Fall for These 4 Nevada Incorporation Myths

Thu, 09 Oct 2014 13:07:41 -0500

Don't believe that Nevada is as good or better to form an LLC or incorporate compared to Delaware or your home state. Avoid buying into these common Nevada incorporation myths.

Costs of Incorporating or Forming an LLC

Thu, 09 Oct 2014 13:06:32 -0500

Did you know incorporating or forming a limited liability company is more affordable than you may think? Learn about the costs of taking the next step to protect yourself and your business.

Selecting a Legal Structure for Your Business

Thu, 09 Oct 2014 09:42:41 -0500

One of the most important decisions a business owner can make is selecting the right legal entity. Sole proprietorships, partnerships, and limited liability companies are among the options entrepreneurs should discuss with an attorney or tax professional.

The Role of Arbitration in Business

Tue, 09 Sep 2014 11:24:14 -0500

Globalization has become the norm of the new age as developing countries seek to expand their trade and attract foreign investment internationally. The opening of these domestic doors to foreign investors will inevitably result in more conflicts.

How To Form An LLC In Delaware

Tue, 12 Aug 2014 10:17:01 -0500

Delaware is known for its great business environment which has provoked many people to form businesses there. If you are interested in forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in Delaware, you need to visit the Division of Corporations of the Delaware Department of State.

What Are the Tax Benefits for LLCs?

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 07:29:40 -0500

Did you know forming an LLC can give your business several tax advantages? Learn about what an LLC can do for you come tax season.

Do I Need to Incorporate in My Home State?

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 06:00:26 -0500

Incorporating or forming an LLC is a fairly straightforward process, but it's not as simple as it may seem. Learn about your options in terms of your choice of state.

How Can Business Owners Be Exposed To Personal Liability?

Mon, 28 Jul 2014 06:06:46 -0500

Once you have organized your business, you are still not entirely immune from personal liability. When courts impose liability on individuals for the actions of the corporation, this is referred to in legal parlance as "piercing the corporate veil.

Should You Incorporate As a Freelancer?

Thu, 10 Jul 2014 07:47:50 -0500

Should you incorporate as a freelancer or operate as a sole proprietor? Here are a few very important things to consider.

4 Tips for Incorporating Your Franchise

Thu, 10 Jul 2014 07:42:14 -0500

Starting a franchise can be very exciting, but don't forget there are risks. Here are four tips for incorporating your business before you sign franchise paperwork.

Caution! A Management Buyout May Not Be The Way To Sell Your Company

Thu, 12 Jun 2014 08:17:56 -0500

You own your business and have been agonizing over having to go through a marketing and sale process and then not knowing what will happen to your employees. Then, what you believe to be the perfect solution appears right inside of your organization. A key manager or group of managers has approached you with the proposition of buying the business.

Why Incorporate in Delaware?

Sat, 07 Jun 2014 09:42:02 -0500

You have your choice of where to incorporate your business. Still, there are several unique advantages to incorporating in Delaware, regardless of where you operate.

Leaving a Florida Limited Liability Company: New Law Makes Important Changes

Fri, 30 May 2014 09:00:10 -0500

Florida revised LLC statute, which went into effect in January 2014, created a new set of rules for limited liability companies operating in the state. A member's rights and responsibilities upon to "quitting" the business have changed significantly. Furthermore, the new statue will be made retroactive in 2015, so these new rules will apply to new and old LLC. If you own, or participate in, a Florida LLC, you need to review your Operating Agreement, preferably with an experienced business attorney.

Business Takeovers - The Perfect Guide

Thu, 15 May 2014 07:31:27 -0500

Business takeovers are common in the business world where one business buys another business for increasing their competitive market and profitability. Large businesses show the best interest in these takeovers as they are much affordable and deep-rooted in the industry.

Choosing Between an LLC and Corporation

Fri, 09 May 2014 07:34:18 -0500

Trying to choose between forming an LLC or incorporating? This information will help you decide which is best for your business.

New California LLC Law: Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act

Wed, 30 Apr 2014 09:24:39 -0500

A new California law governing Limited Liability Companies took effect January 1, 2014. This new law automatically applies to existing LLCs and includes some changes that may directly impact how your business is organized.

Suing a Small Corporation

Mon, 28 Apr 2014 10:47:36 -0500

Often cases where clients sue a small corporation is due to breach of contract or injuries. In many of those cases, after winning a large judgment against the corporation, the owner or owners simply close the business so the judgment can't be collected. It's very frustrating for clients and the attorney.

Do Corporations Appearing in Court in North Carolina Need to Appear Through a Lawyer?

Mon, 28 Apr 2014 09:12:21 -0500

A corporation (or LLC or partnership) in North Carolina will often find itself involved in a court or administrative proceeding, as a plaintiff or a defendant. In many instances, the corporation cannot represent itself in the proceeding, even if the corporation is small and closely-held. In those instances, the corporation must hire legal counsel. This article addresses those situations where a corporation involved in a North Carolina proceeding must retain counsel.

Understanding Corporate Takeovers

Thu, 24 Apr 2014 13:56:39 -0500

In the arena of publicly traded businesses, other companies and private equity firms are always looking for the next big hit - an acquisition that can increase profits over the long haul. Often this will come through a friendly takeover, whereby all parties involved simply agree to a transaction where the target company sells full ownership or a controlling stake of itself to the purchaser. Management and the Board of Directors approve the deal and encourage shareholders to do so on the premise that they will benefit as well.

Want to Work - Get a License, Go to School, Pay Tuition and Become Economically Enslaved First

Sun, 20 Apr 2014 20:41:44 -0500

Every time I turn around I seem to be paying more for relatively simple things, and then when I try to ascertain why, I come up with the same conclusion, things cost more due to regulations, licenses, government fees, and all this acts like an overall tax on all of society. Think about it sometime. Further, all these licenses provide barriers to entry preventing people from working, and thus, less competition dictates higher prices - Cite: economics 101. Let's talk shall we?

SEC Changes Course and Allows Business Brokers to Receive Commissions on Business Stock Sales

Mon, 14 Apr 2014 16:09:44 -0500

This article summarizes the recent action of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission to change its rules. Under the new rules business brokers will be allowed to accept commissions even where a business is sold and the sale is structured as the sale of securities.

Should You Incorporate a Real Estate Business?

Mon, 07 Apr 2014 17:56:46 -0500

Real estate businesses represent a great deal of risk for investors. Limit your risk and liability by forming an LLC or incorporating.

Can Business Track Customers Using Their Smartphone?

Tue, 01 Apr 2014 14:52:28 -0500

The Miami Herald reports that many retailers have the ability to track customers using signals sent out by their customers' smart phones. This is possible by tracking a unique identifier of the device, what is called the "MAC" address. The MAC address is automatically transmitted by the phone as a probe to search for Wi Fi signals or Bluetooth signals for the phone to sync into.

LLC Vs Corporation for a Non-Resident

Mon, 10 Mar 2014 07:29:15 -0500

Forming a US business as a non-resident is not as complicated as you may think. Here is a look at which is better for a non-resident: an LLC or a corporation.

How To Create A Business In The United States

Tue, 18 Feb 2014 10:00:10 -0600

Starting a business in the United States is simple, fast and above all inexpensive. Even if you're not American or you do not live in the United States, there are few restrictions and entrepreneurship can be accomplished in some cases the same day with no minimum contribution. You can own a corporation or partnership without necessarily being temporarily or permanently in the United States. One of the States whose conditions are more favorable on the business creation is Delaware. In addition, people because of their non-resident status (live on American soil less than 180 days per year) are generally exempt from income tax; it is the company that is taxed. Thus, companies that aim to open branches in different states begin by implementing the parent company in the State of Delaware that hosts the headquarters of most of the U.S. companies. Company Law of the State of Delaware provides the following steps:

4 Reasons to Form an LLC or Incorporate Your Business

Wed, 12 Feb 2014 08:50:48 -0600

Is your business operating as a sole proprietorship or general partnership? Learn why it may be a good time to incorporate or form an LLC.

The Benefit of Hiring a Company to Assist With Incorporation

Wed, 15 Jan 2014 06:55:50 -0600

Are you planning to incorporate your business? Learn about why you may want to hire a corporate services company to help you through this important process.

Creditor's Rights During Liquidation

Tue, 07 Jan 2014 08:24:36 -0600

With the ongoing frauds investments always pose a risk of losing all your savings. There have been many cases wherein an individual after investing in some company later finds out that the company has vanished or is liquidated. Also it appears that many Real Estate Buyers or individuals/companies dealing with companies in the UAE are discouraged to initiate legal proceedings against a company that went to or under liquidation.

Dissolution Of a Company Incorporated In the UAE

Tue, 07 Jan 2014 07:21:59 -0600

The procedure for termination or dissolution of companies in the United Arab Emirates can be examined under the provisions Commercial Companies Law. This Article talks about termination of companies under this Law. Companies located in Free Zones and Offshore companies are not governed by the Commercial Companies Law.

The Importance of Implementing Asset Protection Strategies

Fri, 27 Dec 2013 08:13:56 -0600

Making use of asset protection strategies doesn't mean a person will never get sued or that they won't be financially impacted. However, it can lessen the financial damage and eliminate the fear of having possessions seized by the court or creditors.

Do You Need a Registered Agent When You Form an LLC or Corporation?

Tue, 10 Dec 2013 07:50:34 -0600

Registered agents are required in every state. Learn about the importance of a registered agent when you form an LLC or corporation.