Is your client interested in starting a new business but not ready to form an LLC or incorporate? The DBA might be the best choice. Relatively basic to file, a DBA can be a quick, easy, and economical way to operate a small business, as well as the cheapest and simplest structure for formal business recognition.
While there are pros and cons to structuring your client’s business as a DBA, a DBA might be the best route to go for your client for a variety of reasons. Let Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. handle filing your client’s DBA for you. We will take care of the paperwork and potential headache that goes with filing and publishing your client’s DBA with the appropriate county or jurisdiction.
Interested in forming your client’s new business as an LLC? Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. can form your client’s LLC in 24 hours. That’s right: 24 hour turnaround times for LLC formation! What’s more, we can run an accurate and quick business name check first to ensure that your client’s desired business name is available.
As you are likely aware from your own practice, the LLC is growing in popularity among small and large business owners alike. Here are a few advantages to choosing an LLC that might be making it so popular:
Now that you have used Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. to assist you in starting your client’s new LLC or corporation, it’s time to take the next steps: getting your client compliant with all federal and state laws. As any licensed attorney or CPA knows, failure to do so can result in legal trouble — an issue no party wants to face.
Besides filing your client’s annual returns, there are a number of other requirements that you must take care of on behalf of your client. Read on for a list of some of the necessary steps you need to take when starting your client’s new business:
Looking for a Registered Agent in any of the 50 United States? Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. is here to help. We have brought our Registered Agent services in-house, meaning our clients can rely on the same excellent customer service and user experience they enjoy with all of our business formation services.
We have discussed the benefits of incorporating a business in Arizona (read more about the benefits here), including the business-friendly climate. However, if a corporation is not the ideal business entity for your client, you might want to consider the LLC. Many states allow for businesses to be formed as an LLC and Arizona is one of them.
We’ve discussed the benefits of incorporating a business in Delaware (if you missed the article, you can read it here) and there are many. As many lawyers and CPAs are aware, Delaware is a very pro-business state and goes out of its way to ensure that companies of all sizes feel comfortable doing business in the state. If you are interested in forming your client’s LLC in Delaware, read on.
We’ve discussed the benefits of incorporating a business in Nevada, and there are many. But what if an C or S Corp is not the business entity of your client’s choosing? If your client is interested in forming an LLC in Nevada, read on to see how Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. can help.
First, choose a name for the Nevada LLC. Remember, under Nevada law, an LLC name must contain the words: “Limited-Liability Company,” “Limited Liability Company,” “Limited Company,” “Limited,” or one of these abbreviations: “Ltd.,” “L.L.C.,” “LLC,” or “LC.”
Interested in forming your client’s new business in Illinois? There are many perks to incorporating in the Prairie state, including a first class workforce, strong infrastructure, abundant energy resources, diverse landscape, key industries, quality living, and business incentive programs. If you want to get your client’s new Illinois corporation formed fast, Attorneys Corporation Service can help you get it done in as little as 2 days.
At Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc., we are always looking for new ways to bring our clients new business. We recently read a study about the best states for women to start businesses. Obviously, that made us think of our many clients: the legal and financial professionals who help these women incorporate their businesses and form their LLCs. As we have shared recently, interest rates are at an all-time low, which makes borrowing money and starting a new business a great idea — if your clients can qualify.
The study we saw placed New York at the top of the list of best states for women to incorporate and start a business, with California was a very close second. However, after more research we have found that many states lay claim to the title. Which is great news for you, the licensed professional, if you are looking to create or invest in a startup business.
Virginia and Nevada are two more pro-women in business states, along with Alabama and Alaska. It’s not that the other’s aren’t, it’s just that our research shows that banks and other lenders are more likely to loan money to finance women-backed businesses in these states.
So what are you watiting for? There are businesswomen across this great nation waiting for you to help them get their business running and create a new startup. And, whether they need to form a C-Corp or an LLC, Attorneys Corporation Service can help you every step of the way. We can incorporate your client’s business in each one of the 50 United States!
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Short term federal interest rates are near zero. The U.S. Federal Reserve has attempted to jumpstart our struggling economy by freezing short-term interest rates for two years and opening the door to more quantitative easing.