February 13, 2020
Incorporating can be of great benefit to your business but it can also be a little scary. At CorpCo we pride ourselves on our super friendly and knowledgeable staff. While we cannot provide legal advice we can share options and procedures and help you feel more comfortable during the process of deciding where and how to incorporate your business.
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February 06, 2020
Incorporating your business
may sound intimidating but in the long run it will likely be better for you and your business. Forming a corporation or LLC (limited liability company) involves the recognition that your business is a "person" (actual entity) in the eyes of the law. An LLC can be taxed, buy and sell property, bring lawsuits and commit and... Read More
January 27, 2020
An important aspect of incorporation that you should be aware of is the registered agent. If you're a first-timer, you may be wondering what a registered agent is and what they do.
Here are the three main reasons why you need a registered agent -
They represent you. Most states require that you have a registered agent in the state where your company is formed and... Read More
January 22, 2020
Are you thinking about forming a corporation or LLC? Start with this checklist.
Check business name availability – Choose a first and second choice of name for your business, preferably one that clearly defines its function while allowing your organization to stand out from the competition. Be sure to check its availabi... Read More
January 20, 2020
Also known as “record keeping 101” the corporate kit is a must have for new corporations and LLC formations
One of the most important things a company must do to stay in compliance and good standing is to keep required records. After a corporation or LLC (Limited Liability Company) has been formed, important documentation of company procedure and general operati... Read More
January 16, 2020
The latest scam to target business owners claims that a warrant has been issued to a taxpayer because of unpaid tax obligations. As with previous scam efforts, the letter goes on to warn that the warrant could result in arrests or other criminal action if the taxpayer doesn’t pay immediately.
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August 22, 2019
Employee turnover becomes more frequent in a strong economy so it is not surprising that many companies now are challenged with keeping employees in their seats. Let’s face it - various employment options are more readily available. Frankly, people now don’t have to tolerate jobs that are perceived as dead end or where the work environment is dismissive or not supportive of staff.
Whi... Read More
September 10, 2015
UPDATED 4/10/17 -
Nevada: IRS Scam
The Nevada Secretary of State (SOS) is the latest office to issue a scam alert involving the fraudulent use of a document altered to appear to be an official certificate issued by the SOS. The scam requests the recipient pay “IRS tax fees” in order to receive “winning money” from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). If you need assistance v... Read More
April 20, 2015
Andra Rush was only 23 when she decided to start her own trucking business. More than two decades later she is the owner of a $400 million company and proof of how entrepreneurs can succeed, with a bit of determination and a great idea.
Trucking is an exceptionally competitive industry, but it c... Read More
April 15, 2015
According to the Harvard Business School, more than half of the businesses in the U.S. are family-owned and operated. Family ventures can be extremely rewarding but it is important to start out right. Here are some tips to help you along:
Put it in writing: Entering business with your family might be less formal than star... Read More