If you have dreams of starting a business of your own, compare it for a moment to a home improvement. Imagine if you were to wake up one morning, grab a hammer and a screwdriver and start dismantling your kitchen. By the end of the day you are missing two things: your old kitchen and […]
Forming an LLC, when compared to other items you may need for your business is easy. If you have ever applied for a patent, you know that it takes a long time, requires a specialized patent attorney and will most likely cost no less than $10,000 and almost always much more than that.
You just formed your LLC and now it’s time to figure out what to do next. Here’s what you know: You need to grow and expand before you reach capacity because a business that operates at capacity has a tough time meeting the needs of their customers in a way that makes the customer feel […]
Businesses say it often and if you’ve recently formed an LLC, you may have already experienced it: Small business lending is declining, at least according to small business owners in America. We’ve heard it, but is it true?
One of the big roadblocks for some individuals starting a new corporation or LLC business is their self-assessment about lacking financial expertise. But an entrepreneur can hire financial professionals for the detail work. There are only a few matters that you should monitor as a business owner in order to effectively manage the financial affairs.
Rule number one when planning to start a business is to not worry about having the perfect business idea. After all, business is supposed to involve work. What makes being a business owner fun is achieving financial independence. That can’t happen until you make the plunge.
It’s not for everybody but many dream of being able to work from home. If that’s you, don’t jump in without all of the facts. We’ve put together a list of things you should know before getting started.
Pursuant to Section 79-29-215 Miss. Code Ann. (1972), all limited liability companies operating in Mississippi will be required to file an Annual Report with the Secretary of State beginning in 2011. Here is what you have to know about this new filing.