Business licensing is probably the least straightforward of the steps to opening a business. This is because business licensing varies greatly by location. In some jurisdictions or industries, you may not need a business license at all. In others, you may need one at the federal, state, county, and city level.
Welcome to part three of our series, Start an LLC with Me. If you missed it, inpart oneI walked you through how to start a Delaware LLC, step-by-step. Inpart two, we went over how to apply for an EIN number with the IRS.
Today we're heading on to the next step most LLC's take: opening a business bank account.
This is part two of our series, Start an LLC with Me. In this series we're walking you through each step to setting up an LLC and becoming a fully operational small business.Read part one here.
If you recall from our first post of the series, my friend and I started a small business that began to make money. My accountant advised us to form an LLC for tax purposes. We officially formed an LLC with The Incorporators and received all the documentation we need to move forward with setting up other elements of our business.
Today we’re beginning a series to walk new business owners through all the initial steps to form a Delaware LLC and get their business up and running.
Like many people, the pandemic has given me time to explore my strengths and hobbies from home. A fun side project I was doing with a friend has begun to make money and my accountant advised us to start an LLC.
Selecting a registered agent may feel like a daunting task. With so many service providers available, it may feel like who you select doesn't really matter. But registered agents provide a critical business service and it's important that you select a registered agent who is ready to be your partner in entity management.
Our most cost effective package option is our LLC E-Kit, an all digital package with delivery via email.
This package is priced at $175 and includes all state taxes and fees. Each package includes everything you need to make your business official including a stamped filed copy of your Certificate of Formation, a sample operating agreement and minutes, membership certificates
UCC stands for Universal Commercial Code, a group of acts related to sales and commercial transactions that have been adopted as law in all 50 states. It was established when it became clear that the variations in state laws were posing challenges to businesses and it was necessary to standardize the laws for commercial transactions.
A UCC filing refers to the UCC-1 Financing Statement, a legal document that a lender or creditor files with the secretary of state when they have a security interest in the personal or business property of a debtor.