Not sure whether you need to set up an LLC, an s-corp, a c-corp, a partnership, a limited partnership, or any other variety of potential business structures for your new business venture? Or, not sure what state to set up your business in? Do you want to have a better understanding of how your business setup and office locations and state of formation will affect your taxes, expenses, opportunities to attract investors, and legal requirements?
If you’re looking to start a business, and you’re not sure where to start or which direction to go in, we’re here to help. We’ve developed this 30-minute business startup consultation to help you get started on the right path for your business. In our business startup consultation, we can help answer many of the following questions new business owners are facing as they start up. While we can cover anything you need in this session, some questions we commonly cover include:
- Do I need to set up an LLC, or a corporation? Or a partnership, or limited partnership, or something else?
- Should I be an LLC, an s-corp, or a c-corp?
- What are the differences between LLCs, s-corps, c-corps, and partnerships?
- What is an LLC tax election, and how do I choose what’s the right LLC tax election for my business?
- In what state should I form my business?
- How will my state of formation affect my business taxes?
- Do I need to register my business in multiple states?
- How will having workers or offices in multiple states affect my business setup? My taxes? My exposure to liability? My overhead expenses?
- Am I legally allowed to hire the workers I want as 1099s? Or am I legally required to hire them as W2s?
- Why does it matter if I hire someone as a 1099 or W2?
- Do I need to hire a lawyer to start my business? If so, how much will it cost and what services do I need?
Even businesses starting on a shoestring budget deserve excellent legal advice, and answers to their critical legal questions, to set themselves up for success. This consultation is specifically designed to help soon-to-be business owners with any budget get headed in the right direction for them and their company. Book today to get your new business on the right track.
The fine print:
- All fees paid are considered earned on receipt, i.e., the funds are the law firm’s funds on payment, and will not be placed into our client trust account. This arrangement does not alter your right to terminate our attorney-client relationship. If our relationship is terminated before we complete our services, you may or may not be entitled to a refund of a portion of the fee.
- All consultations are subject to us performing a conflicts check. If we discover a conflict that would prevent us from consulting with you, we will immediately cancel the consultation and return any fees paid to you.