Any small business can benefit greatly from entity formation. There are many decisions to be made and details to examine. One of them is the decision to incorporate your business or form a limited liability company (LLC). One of the first steps is pointing your business in the right direction.
There’s a big problem: there’s a blizzard of information from the media, entertainment sources, and advertisements. They’ll tout the advantages of formal incorporation or other similar entity formation ideas that limit the personal liability of an owner and provide tax benefits. Due to the fact that every business is different, how do you know if this is the right choice for you? Let us help.
We help our clients sort through the complicated forms of partnerships, corporations, and LLCs at Daniel George CPA. The pros and cons of each will be discussed, so you can decide which option is right for you. A sole proprietorship or general partnership may be a better business entity for many startups and existing companies.
Regardless of the situation, we will provide you with enough information to enable you to make an informed decision regarding the formation of your business entity.
The initial consultation is absolutely free, and it includes a detailed discussion of your options. We charge a flat rate for most incorporations and LLCs. More complex cases require more attorney time, and in these cases, an hourly fee is charged.
However, most types of entities including corporations, S-corporations, LLCs, and partnerships can be formed. DBA (Doing Business As) Registration and EIN (Employer Identification Number) are important considerations.
Our team of professionals can assist you in discerning which legal plan is right for you, and from there work with you to form, set up, and operate your LLC, corporation, or partnership.