I’ve received this question many times: What is the difference between filing a “Doing Business As” (DBA) and filing for an LLC besides the fact that the DBA is cheaper? Long story short: Everything, but let’s start by examining what these two things are. DBA You may have heard DBAs referred to as a “Doing Business…

So, you received your approved Articles of Organization or Incorporation from the Secretary of State? First off, congratulations. That’s a huge, tangible, first step to becoming a well protected company. The next few steps are also very important, but you can take care of them pretty quickly immediately afterwards.   EIN The first step after…

To form your company, you will need to file the ‘Articles’ with the entity tasked with forming companies in your state. Each state is different, but in North Carolina, this is the Department of the Secretary of State. You can find a template for the Articles on the Secretary of State’s website here to complete your…

To form your company, you will need to file the ‘Articles’ with the entity tasked with forming companies in your state. Each state is different, but in North Carolina, this is the Department of the Secretary of State. Fortunately, the NC Secretary of State’s website includes Article templates that you can print and complete in…

Starting a company is no joke. Somewhere around 90% of all new companies fail, so it is important to do whatever you can to start yours in the most successful manner. For this article, we’re going to explain why building the right team will not only increase your chances for success, but also make your…

Anyone who has been a part of a startup knows that it is no easy task. I’m going to outline a few things, both legal and not, to make the process a little more streamlined. Every startup is unique, so this guide will only cover the broad overview. Consequently, you will find yourself adapting as…

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