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We know there is a lot to starting and maintaining a small business. That's why we've provided some resources to help with the process.

Exploration

Get the facts on incorporating your business. Regardless of their size, all businesses can benefit from incorporating. More…
incorporate.com makes it easy for you to form a corporation or LLC in any state. Most small business owners decide to incorporate to protect personal assets, gain credibility, and save on taxes. More…
The decision to incorporate is an important step in the life of a business. Weigh your options carefully and further investigate some of the added benefits of incorporation. More…
Small business owners should consider the advantages of both a corporation and an LLC when forming a new company. More…
Before you begin the incorporation process, you'll need to choose a business structure. Review our Business Comparison Chart below for the advantages of forming a c corporation, s corporation, or LLC. More…
Browse or search business terms in the online business glossary. Here you will find the definition of incorporate, information on business terms, both specific to incorporation and otherwise. More…
Don't leave your creative, intellectual, and personal property to chance. Ensure the foundation of your business is secure. More…
We offer many services to help start and grown your small business. More…

Education

incorporate.com is pleased to provide some useful tax information for entrepreneurs and small business owners. More…
incorporate.com presents an eduactional video and listing of tasks to help you get your business started. More…
As the owner of a corporation or limited liability company (LLC), you need to know and understand the legal aspects of starting and running a business. Compliance refers to all of the federal, state, and local rules required to keep your corporation or LLC in good standing with the state(s) where it conducts business. More…
To ensure that your business complies with government rules, familiarize yourself with requirements for employers and businesses in your industry. More…
Starting a new business takes time and planning. There are also some things you want to avoid when creating your company. More…
Every business needs a documented plan to help focus its direction, outline operations, and secure investors. Get prepared before you start your business to maximize your chances for success. More…
incorporate.com is dedicated to supporting and educating entrepreneurs. We offer free webinars throughout the year covering topics that are most important to the success of your business. More…
incorporate.com is a proud supporter of the Founders Films Project, an educational video series featuring valuable lessons from entrepreneurs and small business owners. More…

Guides

Forming a business can be a confusing and stressful process, unless you're prepared and you've got a good idea of what you need to do. More…
Most of our customers form their new companies in the state where they conduct the majority of their business. More…
Our industry guides contain case studies, industry specific FAQs, industry resources, and a listing of services we offer to help you successfully start and run your business. More…
Corporations and Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) complete tax filings with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) based on their tax classifications. More…
Self employment taxes consist of Medicare and Social Security taxes. Self employed business owners must pay at least 15.3 percent of their earnings to cover these obligations, since they have no employer to withhold a portion of these taxes. More…

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