Business Startup Services We Offer

Operating Agreement

  • Protects the business' limited liability status: Operating agreements give members protection from personal liability to the LLC. ​
     

  • Clarifies verbal agreements.
     

  • Protects your agreement in the eyes of your state: State default rules govern LLCs without an official operating agreement.

Employer Identification
Number/ Tax ID

(Highly recommended)
 

  • Required for business banking accounts.
     

  • Helps prevent identity theft
     

  • Adds credibility as a freelancer and independent contractor.
     

  • Speed business loan applications
     

  • Aids in building trust with vendors
     

  • Helps establish business credit
     

  • Easily hire employees

Business License

​ Licenses and permits are mandatory, and before you can legally begin to operate your business, you need to have all its licenses and permits in place.​
 

  • Identifies your business and ensure you are accountable for your actions
     

  • To keep track of your finances for tax purposes.

Register Your Business With The State

If your business is an LLC, corporation, partnership, or nonprofit corporation, you'll probably need to register with any state where you conduct business activities.
 

Typically, you’re considered to be conducting business activities in a state when:
 

  • Your business has a physical presence in the state

  • You often have in-person meetings with clients in the state

  • A significant portion of your company’s revenue comes from the state

  • Any of your employees work in the state

Form 1099 Filing

  • Report payments for services performed by a person not treated as employees, such as a subcontractor.
     

  • Payments to subcontractors,
    rent payments, or prizes, for example, need to be reported.

     

  • Our professionals can handle all of your form filing needs.

We're in business for you! All of our services and packages are customizable.

Business Contract Template

  • Provides clarity in business relation-ships, agreements, and rights of parties.
     

  • Helps avoid potential contract disputes and litigation.
     

  • Avoids misinterpretation of communications and agreements.
     

  • Protects intellectual property, real property, and asset values.