What It Takes to Start a Real Estate Brokerage

The Startup Magazine

The market for real estate companies and individual entrepreneurs is also vast, comprising 5.6 Successful entrepreneurs will tell you that any company without a business plan is like a fish without water.

Why Entrepreneurs Must Learn to Love Paperwork  

The Startup Magazine

There will be plenty of it early and often during your entrepreneurial journey, but rather than look at it as a headache you should consider the many ways in which it will help protect you, your family, and the company as a whole. Personal asset liability protection is not ironclad.

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A Brief Guide to Creating a Startup

The Startup Magazine

And as you may know, there is much more to consider in terms of actually building a company that will be successful. This business plan should include a name for your business that is eye catching, memorable, and represents your company message.

Wind Farm Business: Startup Considerations

The Startup Magazine

The competition in this field of business goes beyond just wind farming companies and includes every producer in the electrical power industry, especially those that generate it from renewable sources.

Investing In Real Estate: Should I Form An LLC?

YFS Magazine

Finance Grow investing limited liability company LLC money real estate investingIt is important for investors to understand the characteristics of an LLC to determine the best practice in structuring each investment.

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How to Put Personal Money into Your Startup In 6 Steps

The Startup Magazine

Failure to do so might leave you liable to tax and accounting liabilities. A limited liability company status, for instance, will protect you from your business’s legal hurdles and their costs too.

Business Entities: What kind of business do you want to run?

Our Own Start-up

Starting a Business business entities common types of business entities Corporation different business entities Limited Liability Company Partnership Sole Proprietorship start your own business

Incorporating Your Business: Tips to Follow

The Startup Magazine

Still, the process of incorporating a company has to be one of the most complicated things for startup owners to handle. In this sense, you have the choice between a limited liability company or LLC, or a C-Corporation.

How to Start Your Own Healthcare Service

The Startup Magazine

This type of business has significant liability and compliance requirements. If you don’t get the proper advice on how to set up your business, you will not be prepared if you’re ever sued or faced with a liability claim.

How to Form a LLC

Up and Running

You might want to consider a limited liability company, or an LLC, because in some ways you get the best of both worlds: You get the benefit of personal liability protection, as you would with a corporation. Liability protection.

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How to Start a Real Estate LLC – What You Need to Know

The Startup Magazine

For a real estate entrepreneur, a Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a great way to protect your personal property from seizure due to liability claims. It can be a member, an attorney or a service company.

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3 Tips for Keeping Your Business in Compliance With the State

Up and Running

If your company gets served, by having an outside service in place, the papers will be delivered to that office instead of your storefront where all your customers and employees can see the exchange. Limited Liability Company, Incorporation, or Inc.

Does A Business Bankruptcy Hurt My Personal Credit?

YoungUpstarts

A business owner is the face and backbone of the company. There are three situations you could be in as the head of a company, and some have a brighter outlook than others. Limited Partner.

Startups: What Kind of Entity Should You Form?

SiliconHills

By SUSAN LAHEY Reporter with Silicon Hills News For most startups there are two ways to go in deciding what kind of business entity you should form: A limited liability company, or a Delaware Corporation, according to David Valenti, a partner with Reed & Scardino.

An In-Depth Look At Business Credit

YoungUpstarts

The first two companies also provide business credits. However, the most well-known company dealing with business reporting is Dun & Bradstreet. Experts advocate for a limited liability company, which will save you lots of headaches when it comes to taxes and guarding your assets.

What Kind Of Company Should You Create?

YoungUpstarts

When you add in legal considerations such as assets, debt liability, and intellectual property (IP) protection it becomes clear that you have a lot to think about before making the choice that’s right for you. Limited Liability Company (LLC).

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What Type Of Insurance Does Your Business Need?

YoungUpstarts

Think about the type of work you do and the nature of risks your company faces most of the time. The owner of the company encounters unlimited liabilities. The partners share the profits of the company amongst themselves based on their agreements.

A Guide To Starting A Business In Los Angeles

YoungUpstarts

In the serviced apartment and corporate housing space, take a look at companies like Blueground. The options are a sole proprietorship, a general partnership, a limited partnership, a limited liability company (LLC) and corporations (S, C and professional corporations).

Keep It Clean: Mixing Business And Personal Finance

YoungUpstarts

by Tony Smith, Managing Director at Company Debt. Consider a Limited Liability Company (LTD). A business can be set up as a separate legal entity, such as a Limited Liability Company (LTD) or a corporation, which makes them legally distinct from their owners.

Corporation or LLC? Business Organizations for Tech Startups.

YoungUpstarts

One of the first actions you will take with your startup is to organize your company a separate legal entity to protect yourself from personal liability for the company’s debts. Stocks are issued at the time the company is formed, and more can be issued over time.

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How To Start Your Own Small Business In 7 Easy Steps

YoungUpstarts

A lot of small startups fail in the first year, and it can be very difficult for new businesses to develop their identity and to stand out from other more developed companies.

How To Maximize A Real Estate Investment

YoungUpstarts

The best way to protect your assets is with a holding real estate investment, such as a limited liability company or limited partnership. A little research can help you enjoy a fantastic return on investment whilst limiting your overheads.

How To Build The Credit Rating Of A New Company

YoungUpstarts

Establishing the business credit of a new company can be extremely difficult. Therefore, taking steps from the launch of your company to establish a positive credit rating is imperative.

How To Start A Real Estate Investing Business

YoungUpstarts

If you choose the latter, you are most likely going to buy homes on an as-is basis like what companies such as Fair Cash Deal do, and sell it at a higher price after making significant improvements and adding certain amenities.

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3 Things Every Entrepreneur Must Do Before Starting An LLC

YoungUpstarts

There are plenty of things you can and should do before starting your Limited Liability Company (LLC), but here are three big recommendations to keep in mind. by Dustin Ray of Incfile. Maybe you woke up one day and decided to start a business on a whim.

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The First 5 Steps To Starting Your Own Business

YoungUpstarts

Lay out all of the fine details, including your branding, the company’s identity and ethos, merchandising, employee structure, financials, etc. by Dustin Ray of Incfile. The hardest part of any important task is getting started on it in the first place.

Ideas And Tips On How To Start A Home Business

YoungUpstarts

The options are sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or Limited Liability Company. Did you know that many of the entrepreneurs when they start their business, they decide to turn their home into an office?

5 Keys To Mitigating New Venture Tax And Legal Issues

Startup Professionals Musings

A frequent concern I hear from aspiring entrepreneurs is “I have invented a great product, but I have no idea where to start in setting up a company, to avoid all the tax and legal problems I hear about on the news.” The primary business entity options include a sole proprietorship, Limited Liability Company (LLC), or a Corporation (B-Corp, C-Corp, or S-Corp). Many entrepreneurs follow old shoebox habits in managing expenses until the company launches.

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Think ahead when raising your early investments

Berkonomics

First, VC’s in general cannot invest in ‘S’ corporations or limited liability companies (LLC’s). More importantly, VC’s will worry over several issues when looking at a company and deciding about an investment.

Tips For Getting Your Small Business Off To A Great Start

YoungUpstarts

Remember when composing your business plan , it is pertinent to include a mission statement, company summary, and an executive summary. Also, be sure to provide the reader with a breakdown of your company’s products and services.

If I register a sole proprietorship or a partnership, how will I pay myself?

Up and Running

Sole proprietorships and partnerships are both more straightforward than Limited Liability Companies (LLC) and Corporations. Like a sole proprietorship, all partners share liability.

What is an L3C?

Up and Running

In recent years, socially-minded entrepreneurs have begun testing a new type of business entity: the L3C, or Low Profit Limited Liability Corporation. The United Kingdom began using a similar structure in 2005, called a Community Interest Company.

Debt Or Equity To Fund Your Start-up: Which Is Better?

YoungUpstarts

If you set up as a limited liability company, the business suffers the credit damage, but your future earnings are stifled. People who invest money in the company often do not take such a hands-off approach. By Jenny Q. Ta , entrepreneur, author and CEO of Sqeeqee.com.

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How to Convert Your Business to an LLC

The Startup Magazine

This would lead them into choosing ownership between a sole proprietorship status and a limited liabilities company or LLC status. As your startup grows, you become more aware of the legal restrictions that are putting pressure on your bottom line.

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 7 Steps To Starting A Construction Company

YoungUpstarts

Starting a construction company has some great benefits. With this in mind, here are the 7 steps to starting a construction company. A business plan is an essential tool for any entrepreneur looking to start their own company. Starting a construction company is not cheap.

8 Reasons To Incorporate Your New Company Early

Startup Professionals Musings

Many entrepreneurs are so focused on finalizing their innovative product or service that they procrastinate on the formalities of forming the requisite new company until later. Liability for initial setbacks or lawsuits needs to business versus personal.

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How To Start A Consulting Business

YoungUpstarts

Here’s how Mandi Ellefson, CEO of The Hands-Off CEO , started her consulting business: I had a design company where we did branding and web design. It was dependent on me and I really wanted this company to be generating income without me. by Katie Lundin of crowdspring.

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Business Prenup: What To Do Before You Start A Company With A Partner

YoungUpstarts

For example, an attorney can assist with issues concerning corporate formation (such as the pros and cons of corporations, limited liability companies and other structures) that may impact liability. Protect your company’s customers, employees and intellectual property.

[UK] Should Limited Company Contractors Consider Accountancy Help?

YoungUpstarts

If you are or plan to become a contractor in the near future, it is likely you will have explored the possibility of launching your own limited company. If so, you will be outside IR35 and free to operate as a limited company contractor.

Even Social Entrepreneurs Need Profit to Meet Goals

Startup Professionals Musings

For comparison, I was able to set up a simple for-profit Limited Liability Company (LLC) in a month for less than $100. Thus non-profit businesses have a very limited ability to survive when needs and interests of consumers change.

How to Separate Your Small Business and Personal Finances

Up and Running

This will allow you to create a separate credit file under your business’s name and limit the liability of the business owner. With your EIN and business name , you can open a business credit card in the name of your company, so long as your personal credit makes the cut. .

Should You Choose An LLC Or Sole Proprietorship?

The Startup Magazine

It’s a fantastic time to start your own business, but many budding entrepreneurs who are mulling over the prospect of entering the market don’t know what kind of company they would need to succeed.

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With New 21 Percent Corporate Tax Rate, S-Corps Are Taking A Second Look At C-Corp Status

YoungUpstarts

In fact, in crunching the numbers, our research reveals that commercial enterprises, such as manufacturers, distributors, and service companies, may actually end up with a larger tax liability after switching to C-Corp status. There are two key limitations to consider.