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Bringing It All Together:
Building Your Corporate Kit

Bringing It All Together:  <br>Building Your Corporate Kit
As the saying goes, “Rome wasn’t built in a day” -- and your corporation won’t be either. There are many building blocks necessary to get all the legal documentation squared away so your company is in compliance with the state and ready to start doing business!

What is an LLC Operating Agreement and Do You Need One?

What is an LLC Operating Agreement and Do You Need One?
Valentine’s Day is tomorrow! Yes, the day to celebrate the ones you love. For some, that’s means a significant other, perhaps a new relationship or their longtime spouse. Or, maybe it’s yourself, and you plan on diving into the box of chocolates you bought at the drugstore (hey, there’s no shame in a little self indulgence).

How to Reinstate a Delaware LLC or Corporation After Being Voided

How to Reinstate a Delaware LLC or Corporation After Being Voided
In our last blog, we covered the bittersweet but sometimes necessary process of dissolving a Delaware LLC or corporation. For some, the need to dissolve a business arises after the company has been voided by the state. This usually happens when the company neglects or falls behind on paying their annual franchise tax fees. In Delaware, if you’re two years behind on paying your franchise tax fees, you’re at risk of being voided and losing your Good Standing status with the state.

Dissolution of Your Delaware LLC or Corporation Before the End of the Year

Dissolution of Your Delaware LLC or Corporation Before the End of the Year
A Guide to Dissolution and Cancelling Your LLC December is a month of both beginnings and endings. It’s the beginning of the holiday sea...

Oh the Places You’ll Go: Using Travel to Your Advantage

Oh the Places You’ll Go: Using Travel to Your Advantage
Do you know which day is the busiest travel day of the year? According to Fortune.com, the busiest travel day of 2017 is actually going to be the Sunday after Thanksgiving -- November 26th. While the days leading up to Thanksgiving usually prove to be the busiest (our guess was November 24th, the day before Turkey Day), this year, industry trade group Airlines for America projected November 26th to be the most jam-packed day of travel with an estimated 2.88 million people will be taking to the skies to return home.

Heading into the Holidays: How to Create Work/Life Balance as an Entrepreneur

Heading into the Holidays: How to Create Work/Life Balance as an Entrepreneur
With Thanksgiving a mere 9 days away and Christmas 41 days away (!), it’s hard to believe the holiday season is almost here. The impending arrival...

The ABC’s of Entrepreneurship: How to Get an EIN Number

The ABC’s of Entrepreneurship: How to Get an EIN Number
In the world of business, acronyms reign supreme. Depending on your field or department, your daily acronym vocabulary might vary. In the world of ...

The Scary Realities of Sole Proprietorship

The Scary Realities of Sole Proprietorship
Happy Halloween! While you might be dodging scary entities like ghosts, zombies, and monsters this week, we thought it’d be a great opp...

Entrepreneurship: It Sure Ain’t Easy, But It’s Achievable

Entrepreneurship: It Sure Ain’t Easy, But It’s Achievable As an incorporating business, we help entrepreneurs launch new ventures every day; and as...

The Value of the Virtual Office

The Value of the Virtual Office
It’s no secret that the landscape of the traditional office environment has changed over the last decade. The digital age has revolutionized bot...

Pleasing the Google Gods: Smart SEO for Small Business

Pleasing the Google Gods: Smart SEO for Small Business
There’s been whispers in the tech world over the past year about Google’s upcoming “mobile-first algorithm”. This algorithm update will shift t...

Social Good Organization Grants Etsy More Time to Change Its Corporate Status

Social Good Organization Grants Etsy More Time to Change Its Corporate Status
Two years ago, as the e-commerce site for crafty goods, Etsy, went public, I wrote a post for another publication about the company’s certificat...