When starting a business, here are 10 key items to consider to help prepare you for the process including type of entity; state of formation; name; documentation; governance and registering with the taxing authorities.
At some point, each new business owner must determine which type of entity to form. Perhaps a C Corporation? An S Corporation? Maybe a limited liability company? Thankfully, this decision need not be as complicated as it might seem.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”), signed by President Trump, Friday March 27, 2020, provides economic relief to individuals, small businesses, corporations and industries in light of the recent novel coronavirus outbreak. Several highlights of the CARES Act are outlined in this article.
Business and corporate law attorneys John C. Barce, Thomas E. Ludwiski, and Jeffrey M. Woenker will be presenters at the Drafting LLC Operating Agreements seminar on August 29th at the Allen County Bar Association.
For business owners, there are innumerable benefits to opening an online shop as opposed to operating solely a traditional brick-and-mortar storefront. However, one of the most significant drawbacks is the complexity and uncertainty of sales tax law.
You have decided to start your own business. Now it is time to get down to the business of organizing your business. From the start, it is best to put in place processes and procedures to keep you focused. Here are ten steps to help set-up your business for success.
When information respecting a mortgage maturity date is missing from the documents on file with the county recorder’s office, the time a mortgagee can bring a foreclosure action on the mortgage can be greatly reduced.
The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals held, as a matter of first impression, that a secured creditor must file a proof of claim in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy no later than the deadline set by Bankruptcy Rule 3002(c) in order to be paid pursuant to a debtor's chapter 13 plan.
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