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Will Your LLC Protect You from Liability?

A Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a popular, and relatively new, business structure recognized in all fifty states. What makes an LLC so popular? An LLC protects its owners (called “members”) from personal liability the same way that a corporation does, but an LLC is much easier to set up and operate than a corporation. 407 more words

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What Type of Business Should You Form?

When you first come to me, one of the first things I check is whether you have an efficient form of business.What are some forms of business? 287 more words

Accounting Concepts

ACCOUNTING CONCEPT means the basic assumptions and conditions on which the science of accounting is based.

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We are halfway through 2015!  Can you believe it?

It seems like just yesterday we were excitedly welcoming in a brand new year—nervous to get planning on your financial, net lease investment and business development goals we’d resolved to accomplish over the following 365 days. 452 more words

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5 Vital Aspects You Must Know for Success in Small Business

5 vital aspects you must know for success in small business

  1. Track your return on investment (“ROI”).
  2. Monitor cash flow statement frequently
  3. Leverage with talent human resource…
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Most Entrepreneurs Should Not Incorporate.

There are great reasons to incorporate: to define the terms of a partnership, and to protect your assets.  If you are going into business yourself, then you should assess the risks of the business you are entering, and whether or not you have assets worth protecting.   54 more words


New depreciation limits for 2015 business vehicle purchases

The IRS has published depreciation limits for business vehicles first placed in service this year. The limits for passenger autos remain the same as the 2014 limits, but the second year limit for light trucks and vans is $100 higher. 87 more words