Due to a variety of tax, retirement account, and limited liability issues, many businesses are choosing to operate as corporations. For small businesses, limited liability is no substitute for insurance, as the corporate structure will not insulate you from liability if you are the party negligently injuring someone. Both you and the corporation would be sued, and your personal assets would be at risk. However, for contractual liability and for liability for the negligent actions of employees, the corporate format can result in the employee and the corporation being sued, keeping your personal assets out of harm’s way.
The formation of the corporation involves dealing with state and federal regulatory and taxing authorities. With fax machines and email transmissions, the process is faster than it was in the past. We are now able to register your corporation with the state and federal government and provide you with an employer identification number to allow you to begin operations within a few days.
We also serve, without charge, as registered agent for dozens of corporations. We also handle annual licensing, and annual minutes as required.