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Learn how forming an LLC, an S-Corporation, an C-Corporation, Sole Proprietorship or a Non Profit will impact both your liability and taxation as a business owner.

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BUSINESS LICENSES ARE AVAILABLE!!

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 Our process ............................

Here’s what to expect when you incorporate your business with Tax Boss Solutions.....

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5easy steps to online incorporation.     Incorporate your business today!!

We’ll email you at different points in the process or you can check the status of your order at anytime.

1). QUALITY CHECK
We ensure that all the information you provided during the order process meets state requirements. We’ll contact you before we prepare your filing if we see any issues.

2). NAME CHECK
Next, we conduct a preliminary name check to see whether the business name you’ve selected is available in your state of incorporation. Final approval of your name will be granted by the state.

3). DOCUMENTS FILED
We prepare your incorporation documents and send them to the state agency. State approval and processing times vary, but can be fulfilled within 10 business days with expedited service. Once we received your state-approved incorporation documents back, they are immediately available.

4). DOCUMENTS DELIVERED
A complete package of documents and materials is then shipped to you.


5). POST CORPORATION AND ON GOING SUPPORT
After incorporating, you’re ready to formalize your business, such as by holding initial meetings and issuing ownership shares/certificates. We will be here if you need us to assist with any future formalities.

WE WILL REGISTER YOUR BUSINESS WITH THE STATE AND FEDERAL GOVERMENT!!!
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What Is an LLC?
The LLC (which stands for Limited Liability Company) has rapidly become one of the most popular entity types for new and small businesses, largely because it is considered to be simpler and more flexible than a corporation. The policies and cost vary from state to state.


How Does An LLC Protect You?
The LLC, much like a corporation, provides the LLC owners with limited liability protection. This means that the company assets are typically owned by the LLC and are separate from the personal assets from that of the LLC owner(s), Should there be a lawsuit aimed at the company, whether with or without merit, the LLC is the legal entity that would be sued. The assets of the LLC could be attacked, however that would be separate from the personal assets of the LLC owner(s), which would be protected.

The potential liability of an LLC owner is limited only to whatever that owner has invested in the LLC (such as an initial, investment or any retained earnings). This is very much the same as if you had purchased shares of stock in a corporation. In most cases, the most you can lose is what you paid for the stock, but you typically will not lose more than that, no matter how much the company might potentially lose or for however much the company might be sued.

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What Is an S-Corp?
Having a successful small business is a dream come true for many Americans. When your company starts growing, you may want to consider forming an S-Corporation, or S-Corp. This business entity has the tax advantages you need, with the ownership flexibility you want.
The S-Corporation, or S-Corp, also known as the subchapter or small business corporation, is a tax code that was created and enacted into law by congress in 1958. It was created to encourage small and family business creation, while eliminating the double taxation that conventional corporations were subjected to.


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What Is a C-Corporation?
When you have begun to see significant success in your business (and the potential for more), it’s time to consider forming a C-Corporation, or C-Corp. Ready to look for venture capital or considering going public? The ownership structure of a C-Corp will make your business much more attractive to outside investors. Nearly all larger corporations in the US are C-Corps, but a C-Corp can also consist of one person. Use the information below to determine whether or not forming this type of entity is right for your company.

A C-Corp, also known as a corporation, is a type of entity that is formed and regulated on a state level. The corporation is formed by filing Articles of Incorporation with the Secretary of State within the state of incorporation. The policies and cost vary from state to state.
The corporation is the oldest form of business entity, and has been historically a successful innovation that has allowed a group of individuals to collectively pool their resources and capital to pursue a common purpose, with their risk limited solely to the amount of stock owned. With that said, a standard corporation may not be the best entity choice for everyone in today’s business world. 

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What is a Sole Proprietorship?
Sole proprietorships are often the results of accidental entrepreneurs and new business owners beginning a business without really intending to start a company. As soon as your enterprise has revenue, it’s a business. With a sole proprietorship, there is no state filing to begin the business. On the flip side, there is no separation between the assets of the business and those of the owner. Therefore the sole proprietor‘s personal assets can be used to satisfy business debts and liabilities.

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What is a Nonprofit?
A non profit corporation is an organization whose purpose is something other than making a profit. A non profit donates its revenue to achieve a specific goal that benefits the public, instead of distributing it to shareholders. There are 1.5 million non profit organizations registered in the US. Being a non profit does not mean the organization won’t make a profit. non profits can make money but all of it must go back into the organization by paying employee salaries, etc. No one person or group owns a non profit. Assets from a non profit can be sold, but it benefits the whole organization not individuals.

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DO YOU NEED A BUSINESS LICENSE OR BUSINESS PERMITS FOR YOUR BUSINESS???
This fee will depend on your local government..................................................
I NEED TO APPLY FOR A BUSINESS LICENSE  OR, BUSINESS PERMIT. 
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