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Do I Really Need to Buy “Extra” Title Insurance for Commercial Real Estate Purchases?

In Business Transactions, Startups by Ross PerkalLeave a Comment

The four most popular “Extra Coverage” options in Title Insurance are: Rights of parties in possession (this exception would include, for example, the rights of a tenant with an unexpired lease term) Encroachments, boundary issues, and other matters that an accurate survey would disclose any easements not shown by the public records, and Construction and worker’s compensation liens If you …

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What is the Right Tax Status for Your Company?

In Corporate Formation, LLC Formation, Startups by Larry DonahueLeave a Comment

When confronted with this question, I usually respond with, “Please ask that question to your CPA or Accountant.” After all, a good CPA or Accountant, who understands the needs of your business, is going to be able to make a good recommendation and help you minimize your tax exposure (legally). Read more in this article, Accountants vs. Lawyers: Using the …

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Moving your business to a different state

In Business Transactions, LLC Formation, Startups by Kameron KramerLeave a Comment

When moving to a different state, the process involved in moving your business along with you can be stressful if not completely confusing.  There are many reasons to not merely shut down the existing company and start a new one. You typically have two options, or possibly three options, depending on the state your company is organized in and the …

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Understanding Different Business Entities: LLC vs. Inc.

In Corporate Formation, LLC Formation by Don KochersbergerLeave a Comment

Knowing how your business entity should be formed is the first step to running a successful company. You may have questions about what a Limited Liability Company (LLC) is or why you might want to consider forming a corporation. You may also have questions about what is best for your company. This week, we’ll focus on the LLC and Corporations …

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Business Formation Options

In Corporate Formation by Don KochersbergerLeave a Comment

Congratulations, you’re ready to start your own business! You have your idea, your location, your funding, and possibly a business plan to get it all together. But, first things first–you’re going to have to plan how you want your business to be organized for tax purposes, accounting purposes, and most importantly, for liability purposes. So which business formation structure best …