As your small business grows, you may decide to switch from a sole proprietorship to an S corporation. Explore the details of both and some alternatives.
We’ll walk you through how to start an LLC from writing your articles of organization through receiving your status. Get started to protect your business
Starting a business? It's important to know the types of business structures and which one is best for you. Learn more about business structures.
When you first start a business, you may give not give a lot of thought to what type of business structure you need.
Electing an S corp tax structure could have financial benefits for your company. Find out if your small business qualifies and whether it's right for you.
Here are four signs you may need to consider a different business structure.
Sole proprietorships are easy and cheap to form but don't offer the limited liability or business legitimacy that many entrepreneurs want.
Your business’s structure affects your legal and tax liabilities. Learn the pros and cons of LLCs vs. sole proprietorships and other structures.
Creating a general partnership is a good option for new businesses with multiple owners. Learn the steps to form one here.
When incorporating, there's no one legal entity that fits all businesses. From C-Corp to non-profit, Cooper Harris reviewed them all before forming one for Klickly.