Today the US received rather encouraging news about its struggling economy, specifically relating to the unemployment rate. Forecasted to remain at around 9%, the newest Labor Department report shows that the jobless rate dropped to around 8.6%, the lowest since we started writing. Payrolls climbed 120,000, with more than half the hiring coming from retailers and temporary help agencies, after a revised 100,000 rise in October that was more than initially estimated.
Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. incorporates businesses in all 50 states, including Maryland.
With the 19th largest population in the United States, Maryland is home to both large and small businesses.
Maryland’s major industries include government, transportation, and raw materials. Regardless of your industry, we can help you take advantage of Maryland’s business incorporation perks.
Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. is accepting future filings for corporations!
There are a few perks to being a corporation, at least in the eyes of the IRS. As many tax attorneys and CPAs are aware, the IRS allows certain corporations that qualify to submit the corporations to file taxes before the April deadline and receive a tax ‘benefit’ of sorts.
With all the buzz about Ohio these days, we thought we’d discuss the benefits of incorporating a business in Ohio. It’s not just an important states for politics – Ohio can be a great state for your client to start their new business.
For example, Ohio corporations and LLCs don’t have to file annual or biennial reports with the Secretary of State.
Additionally, the Ohio Corporate net income tax rate, or CAT Return, is .26% of the business’s gross revenue. This tax applies to every entity and has a $150 minimum payment.
Now for the steps on how to incorporate a business in Ohio…
Recently we discussed the benefits of incorporating a business in Alabama, and there certainly are several! However, sometimes a corporation is not the ideal business entity for your client. Certain states allow for businesses to be formed as an LLC and Alabama is one of them.
Interested in forming a business in Pennsylvania? Under Pennsylvania law, new business formation transactions for corporations are required to be filed with the department’s Bureau of Corporations and Charitable Organizations.
When incorporating in Pennsylvania through Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. we not only file your articles of incorporation with the Pennsylvania Secretary of State, but we also prepare Articles of Incorporation for your client’s new business. Additionally, we can obtain your client’s Federal Tax ID Number (EIN), create a corporate kit, and provide other customized services for your client’s Pennsylvania corporation.
Interested in incorporating a business in Alabama? When forming a business for your client in Alabama through Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. we not only file your articles of incorporation with the Alabama Secretary of State, we also prepare the appropriate documents for your client’s new S or C corp. Additionally, we can obtain your client’s Federal Tax ID Number (EIN), create a customized corporate kit, and provide other customized services for your client’s new Alabama business.
Read on to learn more about incorporating a business in Alabama.
Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. has been the leading choice of top attorneys, financial advisors, CPAs, enrolled agents, and business professionals to help complete the incorporation process for more than 35 years. If you have just incorporated your client’s new business and are in the market for a quality corporate kit, look no further than a Attorneys Corporation Service. Our customized corporate kits can be used for all of your business’s needs, no matter what type of entity, or which state the business is located in.
Sometimes your client is not interested in forming an LLC or corporation. Whether it is for financial reasons or a personal preference, you need to find another solution for your client’s new business. The answer might be in the form of a fictitious name or “Doing Business As” (DBA).
A DBA is a business name that is different from your client’s personal name, the names of your client’s partners, or the officially registered name of your client’s LLC or corporation. DBA names can also be called trade names or assumed names.
The California Secretary of State has two new corporation subtypes for the New Year and Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc., is ready to assist you in setting up your client’s new corporation.
These new corporation entitles allow flexibility in the scope and purpose of your business.