Existing Business Resources
A small business is not through the thick of its difficulties once it has incorporated. However, there are strategies that they can implement to help make the process a bit simpler. Once a company is incorporated, entrepreneurs
must be sure to keep their personal and company matters entirely separate - especially in regards to financial matters. This will preserve the benefits and protections of corporate legal status, according to AllBusiness.
, a business should be sure to choose its name carefully, otherwise it will run into several hurdles down the road. In addition to changing its Articles of Incorporation
, a company can expect to change its domain name, obtain new listings in the telephone and other directories, make new stationary and business document purchases and implement a variety of website changes, the source reported.
Additionally, although both states attract many companies, AllBusiness advises against incorporating
in Nevada and Delaware.
"Unless you're already a big player on the national scene, you shouldn't consider incorporating in Delaware or Nevada - regardless of their corporation-friendly claims," the source wrote.
"If you are doing all or a majority of your business in one state, look no further to incorporate. Otherwise, you will end up paying additional fees and filing more paperwork," it added.
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