LLCs and Corporations – What’s the Difference?

The New Jersey Law Blog sheds light on the differences between limited liability companies, S corporations and just plain old corporations (i.e. C corporations) and the reasons why corporations are still the entity of choice in some situations.  What they have to say is just as true for New York businesses: Several LLC limitations have resulted in the continued viability of the “S”...

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An Analysis of The United States Small Business Administration

Al Berrios has an interesting take on the Small Business Administration and its various ways of support for small businesses.  Read his analysis here.  Also check out his many articles on entrepreneurship, organization and management on his company’s (Al Berrios & co.) website.

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Divorcing an LLC – or – Why an Operating Agreement can be Priceless

Divorcing from your business partners in a limited liability company can be just as nerve-racking, costly and life/business interrupting as divorcing your spouse.  What is worse, if you failed to plan for an exit strategy in an operating agreement, you could be unsuccessful and be stuck with the LLC for good. Peter Mahler, a partner at Farrel Fritz, published an article in the New York Law...

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SmallBiztechnology.com

Thanks to Becky McCray of SmallBiz Survival, I learned about SmallBizTechnology.com. SmallBizTechnology offers news, articles, discussion boards, resources, and analysis related to the technology needs of small businesses.  Not really law related, but just as with the legal foundation of your business, it helps to be informed about technology relevant to your...

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Cheap Web Incorporations

California business attorney Nina Yablok put an incorporation service to the test and has good reasons for not recommending their services to startup businesses:  corporate services – almost a scam.  Another almost scam on new businesses in New York by web incorporation services:  Talking them into a registered agent for an annual fee.  New York does not require you to...

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Submit your Startup to KillerStartups.com

From KillerStartups.com: Submit your startup, vote, leave comments, contact startups, participate! KillerStartups.com is a user driven internet startups community. It’s intended for entrepreneurs, investors, and bloggers to stay updated on new internet startups.

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