Do you need to form an LLC or a corporation? Business entities can protect you and help you grow your future, but, deciding when to create one depends on what’s going on in your business.
The decision is highly personal, but there are a few key factors to consider.
Take this quick quiz to assess your need to from an LLC or a corporation and map out your next move.
Watch now! Are you running a business and still on the fence about forming an LLC?
Maybe you think you’re too small and don’t make enough money. Maybe you’re worried about the cost of filing and maintaining an LLC or a corporation.
I’ve created this free webinar so that you can get your get your questions answered and make a decision for your future money moves.
From Me to LLC, walks current and aspiring business owners, just like you, though the process of forming a limited liability company (LLC). An LLC protects you against lawsuits that could potentially destroy you and your business and we don’t want that to happen.
Forming an LLC gives your business its own legal identity, which separates it from you as an individual.
What does that mean? Legally it means that you are personally protected from lawsuits against the LLC and so much more.
Don’t stop here, keep reading to learn more!
Contractor or Employee?
California law has redefined the role of the independent contractor and you need to know what it says and whether or not your business practices need to change moving forward.
Did you know that the fines and penalties for misclassifying employees as contractors starts at $5,000…per employee?
Hopefully that’s not a risk you’re willing to take!
Learn more about the webinar.
Custom contracts for your business. Do you regularly use contracts in your business? Don’t spin your wheels trying to create the perfect contract and please don’t piece one together from the internet. Let me do the work for you.
If you’re running a business, at minimum, you should have the following contracts: employment agreements, service contracts, confidentiality agreements.
This bundle gives you two contracts uniquely tailored to fit your business needs. The best part is that once we’re done, you can use them over and over. How’s that for a great ROI!
To get started, schedule a call today.
Our firm represents businesses of all sizes from sole proprietorship’s to corporations. Our services include, but are not limited to assisting our clients in entity formation and dissolution, buy-sell agreements, employment contracts, independent contractor agreements, employee handbooks, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements, partnership agreements, and shareholder agreements.
We represent start-ups to established businesses, franchises to mom & pop shops. Our clients include churches, non-profits, exercise studios, health care professionals, restaurants, retail stores and more. We are a full-service business law firm that representing clients in California and clients abroad that have a legal presence in California.