Incorporation and LLC Formation
Correct entity formation is fundamental …
… to maximize tax savings and protect personal assets. Due to the recent explosion of books and seminars, agressive radio campaigns and intensive internet marketing, there are glut of misinformation and misunderstandings about the function and purpose of incorporating. What we have found through our research and experience – is two out of three business owners choose the incorrect entity which can negatively impact a business. We can help you sort through the maze of misinformation and discover what will work best for you.
Incorporation and LLCs provide a vehicle for the small and medium-sized business owner to separate themselves from their business through the creation of a corporate entity. This entity can also be used for the investor, either in real estate or liquid assets for protection of assets and additional tax benefits.
There are a number of benefits to incorporation and LLC formation. By incorporating, there can be substantial tax savings for the small business owner. Any entrepreneur earning $50,000 or more a year can enjoy substantial tax through formation of a corporate entity. In addition, through incorporation or LLC formation, a business owner can protect their personal assets from any potential business liability. Many of our clients also use multiple entities to insulate various divisions of your company for asset protection.
Do you know the answers to these questions? If not, our experts can help you answer them and find out which entity is appropriate for you and your business!
- Should I incorporate? And if so, which entity is best for my business?
- Which entity will allow me to cut my Self Employment tax in half?
- Which entities will protect my business in case of a personal lawsuit?
- Are there any advantages to incorporate my business in Nevada or Delaware?
- What deductions can you take as a corporation that you cannot take as a sole proprietor, or are there any?