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What Does LLC, Inc, Co, Corp, and Ltd Mean?

By IncNow April 15, 2021
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You may be asking “What does LLC stand for,” “Which entity should I choose,” “What is Inc.,” “What does Co. mean,” “What is LLC,” or “Ltd vs. LLC?” Before you incorporate, you need to choose which type of entity is right for you. This isn’t something you’re born knowing, and they don’t teach it in […]

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Do LLCs Have Stock or Shareholders?

By IncNow February 25, 2021

We often get questions about LLC stockholders, bylaws, stock certificates, directors, minutes and sometimes a Limited Liability “Corporation.” It’s understandable to have questions about how LLCs are structured and operate. Here’s what you need to know. Do LLCs have stock? Typically, “stock” is not the term used for LLC ownership shares. In most LLCs, the […]

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11 Common Mistakes People Make After Forming a Delaware LLC

By IncNow February 2, 2021
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Forming a Delaware LLC is an exciting time for your company, but it’s important to operate your company the right way afterward. Unfortunately, mistakes are sometimes made. These are some of the biggest issues we see—and how to remedy them. Mistake No. 1: The Operating Agreement is returned to the formation agent. Some business owners […]

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“What’s the Difference Between Corporation and Incorporation?” and Other Common Incorporating Questions

By IncNow January 29, 2021
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People often have many questions when it comes to incorporating. Here are a few of the most common: Q: What is the difference between a corporation and incorporation? A: A “corporation” is the business entity itself. “Incorporation” is the act of starting a corporate business entity. A corporation (Inc.), a limited partnership (LP), and a […]

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Who are the Members of an LLC and who manages the LLC?

By IncNow January 15, 2021
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Something to know before forming an LLC is how to manage an LLC. The answer lies in the LLC members, whether they are just members or managing members. There can be subtle nuances with these depending on the individual LLC. What Is the Owner of an LLC Called? Members own an LLC. Some of those […]

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What Is a Subsidiary, Exactly?

By IncNow
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People throw around the term ‘subsidiary’ in business. Google, for example, recently made headlines when it was announced that its parent company, Alphabet Inc., is breaking into subsidiaries. It’s understandable that you might not be exactly clear on what it means. Subsidiaries are important but often fail to get the attention they deserve. Business and […]

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Does My LLC Need an EIN?

By IncNow December 21, 2020

Why your business should have an EIN, even if it’s an LLC. Is the information you submit to the IRS about your business accessible to the public? Confused by some of the questions on the SS-4 form? We provide you guidance. If you have an LLC, you might wonder whether you need an EIN. An EIN, […]

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What’s the Cheapest Way to Form an LLC?

By IncNow December 18, 2020

It’s understandable that you want to find the best price when it comes to forming your LLC. But what does a cheap LLC setup look like, and how much should it cost to form an LLC? Here’s what you need to know. What Fees Are Required with an LLC? Every LLC registered in the State […]

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What is an LLC (Limited Liability Company), and How Is It Formed?

By IncNow December 9, 2020
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Many companies are LLCs. While the abbreviation can be spotted at the end of many company names, it’s understandable that you might not be entirely clear on what, exactly, an LLC is and its purpose. Each state has its own unique statutory law that sets forth requirements to form a Limited Liability Company (hereinafter “LLC” […]

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What Is a Loan Out Company, Exactly?

By IncNow August 17, 2020

This is a common scenario with a loan out company: Tom is a talented actor. He is a short-term employee of various production companies on film, television and other commercial acting gigs. He is accustomed to being paid as an employee. All of his wages are subject to self-employment tax (Medicare and Social Security tax). […]

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How Much Does It Cost To Incorporate a Small Business?

By IncNow
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We often hear these questions from small business owners: What is the cheapest option for incorporating my company? How much does it cost to incorporate? Should I form an LLC? What incorporation fees can I expect? Across all fifty states, Delaware is near the median for incorporation costs. Among the top-tier states such as Florida […]

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What Are the Benefits of a Delaware LLC?

By IncNow July 29, 2020
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When it comes to incorporation and LLC formation, there is Delaware and then there is the rest of the world. By dedicating itself to the needs of businesses, the state of Delaware has distinguished itself as the leader in desirable corporate and LLC legislation. Combining reasonable filing and maintenance fees, responsive administrators and an exemplary […]

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What is the Best State to Incorporate in?

By IncNow June 8, 2020
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It can be intimidating to choose a state to incorporate in. You don’t need to incorporate in the state where your business physically resides. Instead, you can incorporate anywhere. Which is the best state to incorporate in? Here are some things to consider. Things to Consider When Choosing a State to Incorporate What is the […]

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What Is a Juridical Entity?

By IncNow June 3, 2020
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When you organize a company, the language may be English, but the jargon sounds “foreign” like you are playing a card from Dungeons and Dragons for an invincibility cloak. Wading through the lingo, one particular term you may encounter is “juridical entity.” While “juridical” simply means “legal”, knowing the characteristics of a juridical entity is […]

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How to Form a Quarantine Business

By IncNow May 21, 2020
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It’s no secret that COVID-19 is changing the lives of many people. On the job front, some people are facing unemployment or job insecurity, and workplaces are starting to discover that the standard office model may not be efficient or even needed anymore. The pandemic has also delivered a blow to the economy, causing some […]

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How to Name Your Delaware LLC

By IncNow January 13, 2020
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Prior to filing a corporation or LLC in the State of Delaware, you may want to check if the corporate name is available on the Delaware Secretary of State’s website. Below are a few guidelines on how to name your LLC or corporation. 1. When checking the name on the Division of Corporation’s website, the […]

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Why the Delaware C Corp Is a Good Option for Startups

By IncNow
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While every business has a beginning stage which could be termed “the startup phase,” increasingly this term is being reserved for a narrower category of high-growth ventures. In the digital era, these “concept” businesses have become known generally as “startups”. Many of these focus on technology. However, we call a variety of businesses startups if […]

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What is the best way to incorporate a tech startup?

By IncNow January 7, 2020
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Where should you form your startup? What is the best type of business for a small tech startup? Is an LLC or corporation more common? Dear IncNow, What is the best way to incorporate a tech startup? What steps should I follow? Dear Customer, The considerations in forming a startup are the same as considerations […]

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How Is an LLC Taxed?

By IncNow September 18, 2019
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The LLC is popular choice when it comes to company formations, but business owners often have one very important question: How is an LLC taxed? The taxes an LLC pays can vary, but there are some important facts to know about LLC taxation. LLC Taxes Four out of five businesses that incorporate with IncNow choose […]

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Should I Set Up an LLC Holding Company?

By IncNow August 6, 2019
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How you can protect your businesses from the liabilities of your other businesses Does a D.B.A. offer you any legal protection? Are there alternatives to setting up a separate LLC for each business or property? If you have multiple LLCs, it’s only natural to wonder if you should set up an LLC holding company. In order to determine […]

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How to Save on Single Member LLC Taxes

By IncNow July 19, 2019
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Most businesses end up cutting into profits simply by not taking advantage of the rules the IRS has laid out for them. The most susceptible to this common downfall is the sole proprietor or single-member LLC. It’s possible to save on single member LLC taxes—you just need to know the right steps to take. What is […]

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What is a Single-Member LLC Operating Agreement?

By IncNow June 6, 2019
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One person can form an LLC in Delaware. These LLCs are known as “single-member LLCs”. You can use a single-member LLC for everything from financing real estate transactions to solo consultant practices. Why Create a Single Member LLC Operating Agreement? Despite having only one member, it is still wise for single-member LLCs to have a […]

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What does it mean for a company to “go void”?

By IncNow February 8, 2019
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If you have a Delaware LLC or corporation and have neglected to pay your agent or state fee, you may have been told by your registered agent that the company is in danger of “going void.” What does void mean? In the context of Delaware LLCs and corporations, it means that the registered agent “resigned” […]

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What Is a Delaware Dynasty Trust (And Do I Need One)?

By IncNow January 23, 2019

Families often want to save taxes and provide for future generations. With a Delaware irrevocable trust setup as a Dynasty Trust you can avoid the dissipation of assets by transfer taxes. This allows your family to accumulate substantial wealth free of transfer taxes. Plus if none of the beneficiaries are in Delaware, there is no […]

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How Do I Open a Bank Account for a Delaware Company?

By IncNow
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We often get questions from entrepreneurs about how to open a bank account for a Delaware company. Each bank in the United States has its own requirements so you must check with the bank. Below are guidelines, that serve as a floor, banks must follow. Often a particular bank will ask for additional information pursuant […]

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The Difference Between the Delaware LLC and Corporation

By IncNow November 28, 2018
LLC vs Inc

The Delaware Limited Liability Company Compares Favorably to the Delaware Corporation When starting a business, you probably have a lot of questions, including “Is an LLC a corporation?” and “Where should I incorporate?”. You do not have to incorporate in your home state if the laws there are unfavorable to protecting you. Instead, you can […]

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Why Form an LLC in Delaware?

By IncNow October 19, 2018
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To have access to the gold standard of business laws, you should form an LLC in Delaware. Delaware offers an abundance of protection for business owners who choose to form a Delaware LLC no matter where you live and work. The shield of Delaware protects business managers from litigation risks and compares favorably to businesses […]

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What Happens to My LLC Membership Interest When I Die? Buy Sell Tips

By IncNow October 12, 2018
Death and LLC interests

In both single-member and multi-member LLCs, the owners need to have a plan for what happens in the event that a member dies. Should the LLC continue or should it automatically trigger cancellation? Who has the right to buy the deceased member’s interests? Do family members obtain voting rights or just assignment of distributions? These […]

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Delaware LLC Member Buyout Options: Shotgun, Baseball, Drag-Along, Tag-Along, Rochambeau, Coin Flip

By IncNow October 5, 2018
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Keep your Delaware LLC from sinking prematurely as a result of member business divorce. Plan ahead for inevitable partnership disputes by drafting membership prenuptial provisions from the outset. In this article we teach you the vernacular of LLC member buyout options, such as “Baseball” versus “Shotgun”, “Tag-Along” versus “Drag-Along”, and “Rights of First Refusals” versus “Rights of First Offers”. These are ways […]

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How to Plan for Exiting an LLC

By IncNow September 25, 2018
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The issue of when interests in an LLC can be transferred or bought, and by whom, and with what restrictions, is an issue that must be covered in an Operating Agreement. It is natural for business owners to be optimistic and overlook the possibility that the company may fail to live up to their initial […]

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Why should someone incorporate in Delaware?

By IncNow August 10, 2018
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The excitement of a new business venture can sometimes make the prospect of litigation seem distant, or even impossible. It is that very optimism and conviction that drives entrepreneurs to launch out in the first place. But as the old saying goes, “Those who fail to plan, plan to fail.” Should push come to shove, […]

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Can I Form a Non-Profit LLC, 501c3?

By IncNow July 11, 2018
B Corp

Philanthropists often ask about forming non-profit LLCs, otherwise commonly referred to as 501c3. Due to IRS regulations, LLCs are not able to be assigned tax-exempt status directly. You may form a non-profit corporation and operate an LLC wholly owned by said corporation. Non-Profit Corporations (501c3s) vs. LLCs The reason why LLCs cannot obtain a non-profit […]

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Small Business Tax Loophole Allows LLC to be Taxed at 15% Rate

By IncNow December 20, 2016
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Can I save money on taxes with a Delaware LLC? Here are ways that a Delaware LLC could save Federal income and employment tax. After forming an LLC, there are three alternative tax regimes. No action is required for the first one, and the other two tax elections can be elected into if you think […]

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IncNow’s President to Speak at Delaware State Bar Association Seminar on Starting New Law Firms

By IncNow December 9, 2016

IncNow President John L. Williams has been selected by the Delaware State Bar Association to serve as a speaker at the inaugural Starting a Law Practice seminar. The two-session seminar, sponsored by the Law Office Management Assistance Program of the DSBA, is geared towards Delaware attorneys looking to build their own firm.The seminar will cover a broad […]

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IncNow President Provides Contribution to American Bar Association Article on LLC Operating Agreements

By IncNow October 20, 2016
ABA Operating Agreement

The American Bar Association tackles Delaware LLC operating agreements and general business practices in a new article featuring IncNow President, John Williams. Williams serves as a key contributor in “Operating Agreements Today: The Foundation to Avoid Controversy Tomorrow,” found in the ABA’s Probate & Property magazine. The passage outlines common oversights when forming an LLC, […]

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Global Delaware and IncNow Team Up for Online Business Formation

By IncNow October 14, 2016

Forming a Delaware LLC or corporation for entrepreneurs is about to get even easier with IncNow thanks to an initiative of Global Delaware and the Delaware Division of Libraries. On Monday, October 17th, IncNow incorporation specialists will be present at the Inspiration Space within the Wilmington Public Library as it plays host to Governor Jack Markell […]

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What is the difference between an LLC and a Corporation from an organizational perspective (non-tax)?

By IncNow August 1, 2016
asset protection

Unlike a Delaware corporation, a Delaware limited liability company (“LLC”), is characterized by the following “built in” attributes often not found in the documents, older rules and stricter formalities that apply to corporations. Of utmost importance to the Delaware LLC’s desirability is the freedom of contract for its members in arranging the organizational structure of […]

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Why Should I Incorporate in Delaware?

By IncNow July 28, 2016
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Incorporating in Delaware has many advantages and benefits over incorporating a business in your home state. Before explaining the advantages of incorporating in Delaware, it is important to know you are eligible to run your business as a Delaware corporation or a Delaware LLC no matter where you live. A business operating almost anywhere can […]

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How to add or remove members from a Delaware LLC

By John Williams May 5, 2016
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How is the change in membership documented? Typically, the names of LLC members are not filed with the State of Delaware, therefore there is no amendment that needs to be filed with the Delaware Division of Corporations or your Registered Agent to add or remove members from a Delaware LLC. The names of the members […]

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Wyoming Supreme Court Makes Piercing Single Member LLC Veil More Difficult

By IncNow March 31, 2016

UPDATE: In the aftermath of the Green Hunter Energy case, Wyoming legislature recently added two new subsections to its LLC Act that will make “piercing the veil” of a Wyoming LLC more difficult. The law has been amended to address the limited liability of Wyoming LLC Members, which was weakened by the Green Hunter decision: […]

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Using LLCs in sophisticated real estate financing

By IncNow March 23, 2016

For acquisitions or refinancings over $5 Million, the borrower may be able to obtain more competitive interest rates though Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities (“CMBS”) loans instead of traditional bank financing. CMBS loans meet special requirements allowing them to be bundled and sold in blocks on capital markets. Usually income properties with tenants are the most […]

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Can an LLC be formed on a specific day?

By IncNow March 18, 2016

Can you specify a future filing date for a business? Must a business be formed on a weekday? Can you “back date” a business filing? Dear IncNow, I would like to form an LLC on a date that happens to be on a Saturday this year. Can the LLC’s formation papers still have this date, […]

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When is the best time to incorporate a business?

By IncNow February 16, 2016

Once a business is incorporated, is the liability protection retroactive? Are you protected against business liabilities that arise from pre-incorporation decisions? Is the state fee prorated if you incorporate later in the year? Dear IncNow, When is the best time to incorporate a business? If money has already been spent before incorporation, should it be […]

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Should my Registered Agent sign the LLC Agreement?

By IncNow February 10, 2016

If the Certificate of Formation does not list owners, what document proves I am an owner? My bank won’t accept the LLC Agreement. Do I have another option? Is it necessary to amend my Certificate of Formation to list the owners? Dear IncNow, My bank is telling me that I need my registered agent to […]

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IncNow President John Legaré Williams, Esq. authors article in Business Law Today

By IncNow January 26, 2016

IncNow President John Legare Williams, Esq. was recently published as a guest author in the American Bar Association Business Law Section’s online newsletter, Business Law Today, in the January 2016 edition. John’s article, Rural Metro: Gulping Advisers and Practitioner Guidance, was featured in the Delaware Insider column, which highlights recent cases and trends in Delaware […]

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What Documents Show That a Company Has Been Revived?

By IncNow January 22, 2016

Does the simple Certificate of Revival prove that my company has been revived? Can a Certificate of Revival be used to re-open a bank account? Other than the filing fee, what other costs are associated with reviving a Delaware LLC? Dear IncNow, Thank you very much for the good news regarding the Revival of my […]

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What Should I Do After Incorporating?

By IncNow January 8, 2016

How much you should be paying to maintain your LLC and when Do you need to register your company where it is transacting business? Tips to keep your personal and business assets safe Dear IncNow, Thank you for sending the formation documents. We are updating the Operating Agreement and will sign it within a couple weeks. I will […]

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Why does Delaware have such business-friendly corporation laws?

By IncNow October 27, 2015

“Why does Delaware have such business-friendly corporation laws?” Dear Customer, Delaware has the most pro-business laws of any US state and has a “goldilocks” balance of being stable and slowly evolving. When teaching corporate law, professors across the country teach Delaware corporate law. The United States Chamber of Commerce has recognized Delaware’s business dispute and […]

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Do I need to register my Delaware LLC where I’m doing business?

By IncNow October 23, 2015

If I form a Delaware LLC, will I need to register it in my home state where I do business?” Dear Customer, A Delaware company can be operated from any state within the United States. The question is whether you will need to file with the other state(s) where you are doing business. The answer is […]

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New Delaware Corporate Information System (“DCIS”) launched on September 8, 2015

By IncNow October 15, 2015

Over Labor Day weekend, after over a decade of development efforts, the Delaware Division of Corporations (the “Division”) successfully launched a new web-based system to administer its business entity and UCC filing systems.  Fortunately, Delaware state administrators and the agent community had a long period to train, test and update the system to make sure […]

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When I form my Delaware LLC, what add-on services do I need to order?

By IncNow September 28, 2015

IncNow’s Complete and NOW Delaware LLC packages include the documents your LLC will need to get started. In your package of formation documents, you will receive your Certificate of Formation that shows your company has been filed and Operating Agreement, which lays out the agreed-upon terms of the LLC’s operations and its ownership. An LLC […]

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Delaware LLC Operating Agreement Pre-Flight Checklist

By IncNow June 25, 2015

Delaware Courts will enforce your Delaware LLC Operating Agreement as written. It’s important to document the essential business understanding from the outset. Anyone starting an LLC in Delaware should have a written Delaware LLC Operating Agreement detailing the management and ownership structure. An LLC Agreement is required in Delaware and although the verbal agreement is legal, […]

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Delaware Helps Federal Investigators by Requiring Delaware LLC’s “Communications Contact” Have Access to a Record of Each Member and Manager

By IncNow January 14, 2015

A few years ago, pressure from U.S. Treasury and International countries prompted Delaware to require a “communications contact” for each LLC formed in Delaware. A 2014 Amendment clarified what is required of this communications contact, including access to ownership and management contact information. What is a Communications Contact for a Delaware LLC? Before these 2014 […]

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When It Comes to Liability, Don’t Take It Personally: Reincorporate in Delaware with a Delaware LLC Conversion

By IncNow October 27, 2014

Kevlar, a protective fabric in bullet-proof jackets, has saved countless lives of police officers and military personnel. Kevlar is a DuPont fiber product, invented in Delaware. Delaware has another invention with protective properties in its incorporation laws, which have saved countless business owners from creditors who would have pierced the corporate veil had the judgment […]

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Why Do Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities Loans require that the Borrower be a Delaware LLC?

By IncNow October 13, 2014

When financing real estate projects over $3,000,000 from across the country, often the best rates are available when Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities (CMBS) loans are used instead of traditional bank financing. We have seen these requests made for a variety of business properties such as storage facilities, student housing, multi-family housing, retail centers and commercial office […]

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Moms Who Blog Should Use a Delaware LLC

By IncNow October 6, 2014

Mommy Blogs have exploded in popularity in the last few years. Now anyone with a computer or smartphone is able to express her opinion to potentially millions of female household decision-makers on easy-to-use and often free or inexpensive platforms such as Tumblr and WordPress blogs. Due to the perceived informal nature of a blog, mommy […]

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Delaware “Just Says No” To Marijuana Inc.

By IncNow September 29, 2014

Delaware may be known for being “business friendly”, but Delaware can be a buzzkill when it comes to blatant “marijuana” business names. The Delaware Secretary of State rejects certain names it administratively determines are not engaged in a “lawful business, purpose or activity.” Delaware does not mind if you want to export entity products, but do […]

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How Can Canadian Businesses Benefit from an LLC?

By IncNow June 11, 2014

If you want the benefit of an LLC in Canada, you will need to form an LLC in the United States. Most people from Canada who want an LLC will form it in Delaware. Surprisingly, Canada has no equivalent to the LLC under national or provincial laws. The process of forming a Delaware LLC and […]

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Should I Incorporate My Business in Delaware?

By IncNow May 20, 2014

Anyone who can incorporate in another state can decide instead to incorporate in Delaware. U.S. constitutional law allows you to incorporate in Delaware with the same rights and privileges as a business incorporated in your home state. The difference is that Delaware law will govern the internal affairs of your business. People from all over […]

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When Forming a Delaware LLC, Choose a Registered Agent with Direct Access to the Delaware Corporation Imaging System.

By IncNow May 19, 2014

A limited number of commercial registered agents have access to a dedicated online connection to the State of Delaware. This online filing system is not web based. It is a MS-DOS based terminal where the user has direct access to the Delaware Secretary of State Division of Corporations mainframe. DCIS stands for Delaware Corporation Information […]

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Is an Office Address Required to Incorporate in Delaware?

By IncNow March 3, 2014

One of the most commonly asked questions is whether a business address or physical address is a requirement to incorporate in the state of Delaware.  Both domestic and international customers ask this question.  Since most of the businesses filed in Delaware are located outside Delaware; this is a common concern. Do not let this concern […]

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Delaware LLC Charging Order is Not Just Exclusive Remedy, Also “Sole” Remedy

By John Williams August 5, 2013

A new Delaware law confirms that the charging order is the sole and exclusive remedy for judgment creditors. This means that other remedies, such as attaching, garnishing, and foreclosing on the interest are not permitted under Delaware law. Charging orders mean that a debtor’s interest can only be assigned to a judgment creditor, giving only […]

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Why Attorneys SHOULD use the Series LLC – Upcoming ABA Conference Call

By John Williams September 28, 2012

John Williams will be presenting a “hot topics” conference call with the American Bar Association’s Real Property Trusts and Estates Section’s subcommittee on Partnerships and LLCs to discuss why attorneys SHOULD use series LLCs in real estate transactions. This call is tentatively scheduled for mid January, 2013. Items to be discussed will include common applications […]

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How are Minutes and Bylaws like the “spork”?

By John Williams February 11, 2012

Bob is deciding between a limited liability company (“LLC”) and a Corporation (“Inc.”) and he first “does his homework” to see what documents are included with the package. Bob notices the “complete LLC” includes a certificate of formation on file with the Division of Corporations and an internal LLC operating agreement. He may realize that […]

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Taking the mystery out of forming a Delaware LLC…the nuts and bolts from order to formation.

By John Williams November 16, 2011

I thought it would be helpful to explain the Delaware Limited Liability Company (“LLC” or “company”) formation process after Agents and Corporations, Inc. (“we” or “our”) receive an order through www.incnow.com.  Our office upon receiving your order will first log into the State of Delaware Secretary of State Division of Corporations (the “State”) computer system […]

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Top 10 LLC Misconceptions

By John Williams September 23, 2011

1. LLC’s have stock. No. LLC members’ ownership derives from the agreement with the company and its other members, not from the possession of a certificate. While an LLC can issue membership certificates, it is not recommended and such membership certificates are misleading. The ownership interest is derived from the contract, not possession of a […]

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