Business Design and Formation

Many of you have probably heard or seen ads about incorporating your business to save money. What does it really mean to “incorporate” your business? To incorporate your business means to do business through a business entity like a “Corporation” or “LLC” rather than doing business personally as an “Independent Contractor” or “Sole Proprietor.” The old saying “don’t mix your business with your personal life” is true on so many levels, and incorporating is the best way to separate your personal life from your business.

If you haven’t yet incorporated, we recommend that you consider doing so now, before you get busy making money that will complicate your tax filings if you try to incorporate later on. If you think of your finances as a sports contest, you can think of earning money as your offense, and incorporating as your defense. You wouldn’t want to play a game without putting up a good defense, and you definitely don’t want to run your business without incorporating because you have some formidable opponents trying to take away your hard-earned money.

Allegis Law provides high quality, customized incorporation services for a very reasonable price. We have extensive experience setting up various business entities for business owners such LLCs, PLLCs, Series LLCs, LLPs, LLLPs, PCs, S-Corporations, and C-Corporations. Your one-time fee will incorporate your business in a way that makes sense for you and your business. This will save you money and protect you from your business’s risks. You will be amazed at how sensible and smart it is to incorporate your business. Most of us protect our most important assets in life such as our properties and cars. Yet it is important to consider protecting another important asset: your livelihood and the livelihood of those that work for you. This can be accomplished by incorporating your business.

  • LLC formation

  • Incorporation

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