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Limited liability is a way to make sure that a person who is engaging in business does not risk his or her personal possessions in case the business fails. In other words - you risk what you put in.
If you are a business owner, one of the most significant reasons to incorporate or form a limited liability company is to protect your personal assets from a business creditor's claims against your co...
An Employer Identification Number (EIN) is used to identify a business for tax purposes with the IRS. An EIN is similar to a social security number for your entity. Every business, except for certain ...
Assumed name (also called "trade name", "fictitious business name", or DBA for "doing business as") is a legal way to do business under a particular name that you file with the county.
Sales Tax is a tax on the end-purchase of a service or a product, and is imposed on all retail sales, leases and rentals of most goods, and on some services that are considered taxable. Sales Tax norm...
Entity Name Amendment is a legal act of changing the name of your corporation, LLC, or other business entity that you use. Companies are authorized and bound to do business only using their legal name...
Various reasons could lead to the business dissolution, such as bankruptcy, retirement, or change in career direction. When an entity is no longer doing business, it is very important to follows the l...
Certificate of Good Standing is a certificate issued by the Secretary of State's Office evidencing that a business (corporation, LLC, partnership, etc.) has complied with the applicable provisions of ...
An apostille is a special seal applied by a government authority to certify that a document is a true copy of an original. Apostilles are available in countries, which signed the 1961 Hague Convention...
A Tobacco license or a retail cigarette/tobacco license is a legal document issued by the concerned state department (as well as city/county) which signifies that a business is legally allowed to sell...
Non-profit organizations are established for a variety of purposes, most commonly charitable, educational and religious. Some common examples are schools, hospitals, houses of worship, museums, frater...
If you are planning to develop business operations in the state other than the state in which you are currently doing business, then you must file for Foreign Entity with the new state in which you wa...
A Registered Agent (sometimes also referred to as "resident agent") is the person appointed to accept legal documents on behalf of the corporation. Corporations and LLCs must choose a person to act as...
The election of S Corporation status is made by filing a form called "Election by a Small Business Corporation" with the IRS Service Center, where the corporation files its corporate federal income ta...
Publication of a legal announcement is a form of classified advertising usually mandated by a state or local law. Legal announcements are published in approved newspapers that serve to inform the publ...

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