Is an LLC the right business entity for your client’s small business? We have highlighted the benefits of an LLC in the past but you still might be wondering: is the limited liability company the best legal structure for your client’s new business?
Many states have adopted some form of the Revised Uniform Limited Liability Company Act, which has resulted in relatively similar LLC formation requirements across jurisdictions. However, each state does have its own requirements. With Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc., you can be confident that your filing service specialist is aware of each state’s requirements and will properly and efficiently file your client’s paperwork.
With tax preparation season in full swing, many of the individuals who have formed LLCs are wondering about tax deductions and write offs for their business. As their legal counsel or financial advisor, it is often up to you to guide them down this path.
Here are a few of the tax ‘benefits’ that come with forming a business as an LLC.
Thinking of incorporating your client’s business in Oklahoma? Be sure to follow the appropriate steps to ensure the business is properly formed.
The first order of business? File your client’s Certificate of Incorporation with the Secretary of State, or let us do so for you. Before you begin drafting these necessary incorporation documents, it is important to determine potential business names, whether your client wants to issue stock and if so, how much, and who will serve on the board of directors.
The Certificate of Incorporation for an Oklahoma business must include:
With taxes due just around the corner, business compliance issues are on the minds of many of our clients (attorneys, CPAs, and other licensed financial professionals). At Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc., we believe in simplifying your life and therefore, the life your client — the newly incorporated businessman, for example. Not only can we incorporate your client’s new business in 24 hours, but we can draft and file your clients articles of incorporation on your behalf. Just as importantly, we can help keep you and your clients organized and compliant post-business formation.
As the attorneys and other professionals who incorporate businesses on behalf of clients understand, with every corporate perk comes the required formalities. Your client’s failure to abide by these rules, such as hosting an annual shareholder meeting, or to upkeep and update business records and corporate transactions can lead to trouble with the IRS.
If you and/or your client are looking for a corporate binder, look no further. For over three decades, Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. has been the leading choice of top attorneys, financial advisors, CPAs, enrolled agents, and business professionals when it comes to incorporation services and products, such as our Corporate and LLC kits — which include their own customized binder!
If you have just incorporated your client’s new business and are in the market for a quality corporate kit, look no further than Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. Our customized corporate kits work with every business type, from small LLCs to large non-profits. Whatever you or your client need in terms of kits, binders, or minute books and custom tabs, we have you covered!
Is your client considering incorporating his or her new business in New Jersey? This could be a good idea for many reasons. Bordered on the north and east by New York, on the southeast and south by the Atlantic Ocean, on the west by Pennsylvania, and on the southwest by Delaware, there are many opportunities for businesses of various industries. New Jersey is also the second-wealthiest U.S. state by 2011 median household income.
Starting a business in New Jersey means reviewing the steps for incorporating in that state. The following must be included to file a Certificate of Business Formation with the New Jersey Department of the Treasury:
Are you incorporating your client’s new business in Washington? Like many states, forming a corporation in the State of Washington requires drafting and filing Articles of Incorporation. However, unlike other states, Washington law provides a number of provisions that the Articles may include or provisions that serve as a “default” if you do not specify your preference in the Articles.
To learn more about what your client’s Washington Articles of Incorporation must include, read on…
The 16th largest state in the United States, Arizona can be a great place to incorporate your client’s new business, whether it be a large or small one. Popular industries include tourism, mining, and manufacturing, but no matter your client’s designated industry, Attorney’s Corporation Service, Inc. can assist you in incorporating your client’s business in Arizona and taking advantage of Arizona’s multitude of business services.
To incorporate in Arizona, the business must submit Articles of Incorporation and a certificate of disclosure, which will include the corporation’s name. Arizona requires corporations to have names that can’t be confused with any domestic, foreign, profit and not-for-profit corporate names, forced fictitious names, or limited liability, registered trade and limited liability partnership names. Ask Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. to run a name availability check before you send over your Articles of Incorporation (or ask us to draw them up).
What is a corporate seal and why does your client’s newly formed business need one? A corporate seal is an official identifying mark used by a company and is imprinted into clay, wax, metal or paper. While not required by law, a corporate seal is a professional final touch to a document, placing a final emphasis of importance on the document.
Today’s modern corporate seal embosses the corporation or LLC’s official name, state and year of its formation onto legal documents. The seal represents the business’s power and authority to authenticate them.
Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. can supply you and your clients with a modern corporate seal that signifies your client’s company is officially in business. The seal, or official identifying mark of the company, will state the corporation’s official name, state and year of its formation.
When you are looking to incorporate your client’s new business and want same day service, look no further than Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. We can quickly incorporate a business in each of the 50 states. And ddraft and file your client’s Articles of Incorporation while we are at it.
Did you know that you can save time and money with our convenient Draft ‘n File® corporate filing service? Designed to make your legal or accounting practice even more efficient, we will prepare and file your client’s Articles of Incorporation while we are at work incorporating your client’s new business with the appropriate Secretary of State.