Friday, October 4, 2013

New Business Setup


New Business Setup & Complete Business Documents Filing in All 50 States!


A new business setup can be a hassle. As a business customer you will find that we try to get to know your business in depth in order to provide excellent service. Choosing a right business structure for your business is a key to save taxes and protecting business and personal assets. To register business you have to choose a most appropriate structure for your business like sole proprietorcorporationLimited Liability Company and many others will be discussed later below.
To setup new business or for a new business registration you must first check the the Check List To Start New Business and Tips to maintain successful business!
Most commonly used business registrations are as follow:

Sole Proprietor | DBA | Fictitious Name | Assumed Name | Trade Name

This is the easiest method of organizing your business. A sole proprietorship can be conducted by a single individual, or by an individual and his or her spouse. Read More About Sole Proprietorship

Partnership | General Partnership

Partnership is a form of business in which two or more sound persons come together to form a new business with the same interest in mind. Read More About Partnership / General Partnership

C Corporation

C Corporation is an organization that is organized under specific provisions of the General Corporation Law. A Corporation must have corporate officers and bylaws, and must be registered with the State. In addition, the corporation will be taxed at the State and Federal level on its earnings. Read More About C Corporation


S Corporation
S Corporation - Similar to the "C" Corporation, the "S" corporation offers all the benefits of a corporation, but with a different tax structure. S corporations pay no Federal income tax, but pay state level tax. Read More About S Corporation

Limited Liability Company
Limited Liability Company (LLC) - combines the limited liability protection of a corporation with the flexibility and pass through taxation of a partnership. Read More About Limited Liability Company

Professional Corporation (PC)

Professional Corporations (PCs) - are these entities of corporation for which many act of company make the special provision, regulating the use of the corporate form by licensed professionals such as attorneys, architects, engineers, accountants and doctors. Read More About Professional Corporation

Professional Limited Liability Company (PLLC) 
Professional limited liability companies (PLLC's) - are corporations for the purpose of providing professional services. Usually, professions where the state requires a license to provide services. Read More About Professional LLC

Non Profit Corporation | Religious Corporation
Non Profit Organization - A non-profit organization is an organization that does not distribute its surplus funds to owners or shareholders, but instead uses them to help pursue its goals. Read More About Non Profit Oraganization
Religious Organization - A religious corporation is a type of religious non-profit organization, which has been incorporated under the law defined by the concerned authorities. Read More About Religious Corporation



Friday, July 26, 2013

Sales Tax Registration

Sales Tax Registration Reseller Permit State Tax ID





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Your Certificate of Authority authorizes you to collect sales tax on your taxable sales. We can assist you in obtaining Sales Tax Vendor ID Number (Certificate of Authority) for your Business.. Apply Online - 24/7. BBB Accredited!





Thursday, July 25, 2013

What is a Trademark ?

What is a Trademark?

A trademark is any word, name, symbol, or device, or any combination, used, or intended to be used, in commerce to identify and distinguish the goods of one manufacturer or seller from goods manufactured or sold by others, and to indicate the source of the goods. In short, a trademark is a brand name.
Trademark rights may be used to prevent others from using a confusingly similar mark, but not to prevent others from making the same goods or from selling the same goods or services under a clearly different mark. Trademarks which are used in interstate or foreign commerce may be registered with the Patent and Trademark Office.
Some people confuse patents, copyrights, and trademarks. Although there may be some similarities among these kinds of intellectual property protection, they are different and serve different purposes.
Reduces Personal Liability: 
Incorporating helps separate an individual's identity from that of his or her business. Insurance may still be necessary, but incorporation contributes an added layer of protection. 

What is the difference between a service mark and a trademark? 
A service mark is used in connection with services, while a trademark is used in connection with tangible goods. The general terms "mark" or "trademark" may be used to describe both trademarks and service marks. 

Do I need to register my trademark? 
No. It is not required that you register your trademark or service mark in order to establish ownership rights. Registration of the trademark creates a legal presumption of the registrant's ownership of the mark and the registrant's exclusive right to use the mark in the state commerce in connection with the goods or services described in the application. 

Do you need to be a corporation to obtain a trademark? 
No. The trademark applicant is the person who owns the mark. Normally, this is the person who produces the goods or who renders the services associated with the mark and who controls the use of the mark. That person can be an individual sole proprietor, a general partnership, a limited partnership, joint venture, corporation, Limited Liability Company, unincorporated nonprofit association or other legal entity. 

What is the duration of registration? 
In Most States Trademark renewals are done every Ten (10) years. 

Can a trademark or service mark be reserved before using it? 
No. A mark must be in use prior to filing with the State. 

What is the difference between a trade name and a trademark? 
A tradename (also know as an assumed name or "doing business as") is the name an owner uses to identify his or her business. A trademark is used to identify the goods and products that an individual or business offers to the public.

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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Register Business & Licenses In USA 50 States. Most States Done 24/48 Hours. BBB Rating A ! | Get Connected 360

Register Business & Licenses In USA 50 States. Most States Done 24/48 Hours. BBB Rating A ! | Get Connected 360

Foreign Entity Qualification


What is Foreign Entity or foreign entity qualification?

 

A foreign business entity is an entity formed under a statute or common law in a jurisdiction other than the state in which your corporation was originally formed. The foreign LLC or foreign corporation is registered with the state where you want to do business. It is also known as Out-of-state entity.
For Example: If your company is incorporated in the state of California, but now you want to expand your business in the state of New York, then you would have to file as a foreign entity within the state of New York. In other words - you must apply for authority to conduct business in New York.

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Monday, July 22, 2013

Form A Limited Liability Partnership (LLLP/LLP/LP)

Form A Limited Liability Partnership (LLLP/LLP/LP)

InfoTaxSquare.com can help you to Form LLLP, LLP, LP in any 50 States. Most States 24-48 Hours. 24/7 Online Help Available. For Free Consultation Call Today. Order LLLP or LLP or LP Online, By Fax or By Telephone.




Corporate Kit & Seal

Corporate Kit & Seal

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Infotax Square Profit Corporate kit includes 3 Ring Padded Binder with corporate name on spine, Corporate Seal with pouch, 20 Customized Stock Certificates with corporate name, Stock Transfer Ledger, Minutes & Bylaws. Apply Online 24/7 BBB Accredited

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Tuesday, July 16, 2013



Sales Tax Registration Reseller Permit State Tax ID


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Non Profit Organization / Religious Corporation


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Monday, July 15, 2013

Register Company In USA

Q : Hi, I run an online marketing and software development company in India. Its a pvt ltd company with 2 directors and 5 contractors. I would like to setup an US arm by incorporating a LLC or C corp in Delaware depending upon which one would be better. The primary purpose of this US company will be to handle online payment and processing for our company in India. While your website is very elaborate in terms of setting up a new business, I am unable to decide what kind of structure I should follow? Do I need to hire a person or can I or my co-director be a representative? The contractors will never interact with the US arm. How would taxation work in such a scenario where the US company is buying services from the indian company and selling it in US? How does this change if we make either the US company a subsidiary of the Indian company or vice-versa? Appreciate your reponse in this regard. Thanks, Brandon

A : Limited Liability Companies are mostly recommended for the Real Estate businesses. You can register business as a C-Corporation.

Can you please let us know what state do you want to 
register company in USA to send proper quotations or you can also use following link to check prices.

You can consider New York to form company. 

https://www.infotaxsquare.com/processor/order-init.php?o=co

You can also use following link to see more about our services.

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Friday, July 12, 2013

Form A Limited Liability Partnership (LLLP/LLP/LP)

It is very important to understand about your company structure before you decide to register business. Here we will try to present some variances between Limited Liability Companies and Limited Liability partnerships. Technically both are companies. 

Limited Liability Company (LLC) 

  • Company
  • Limited liability Company
  • File Article of Organization or Formation
  • Owners are called: Members
  • Can be formed by one member
  • Recognized in all 50 states but can be
  • Restricted for specific functions
  • Pass through Entity for Tax Purposes
Limited Liability Limited Partnership (LLLP) 

  • Company
  • Limited Liability Limited Partnership
  • File Article of Organization or Formation
  • Owners are called Partners
  • Two or more partners
  • Few states do not recognize LLP's
  • Pass through Entity for tax purposes
  • The large law firms and large accounting firms are LLLPs is that they can be an LLLP in every state. But they can’t operate as an LLC in every state
Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) 

  • Company
  • Limited Liability Partnership
  • File Article of Organization or Formation
  • Owners are called Partners
  • Two or more partners
  • Few states do not recognize LLP's
  • Pass through Entity for tax purposes
  • The large law firms and large accounting firms are LLPs is that they can be an LLP in every state. But they can’t operate as an LLC in every state
Limited Partnership (LP) 

  • Company
  • Limited Partnership
  • Similar to General Partnership
  • It is a partnership in which only one partner is required to be a general partner
  • Pass through Entity for tax purposes
  • Few states do not recognize LP’s
  • General Partner carries more liability, and in cases of financial misfortune, the GP becomes "the generous partner
  • Limited partnerships are distinct from limited liability partnerships, in which all partners have limited liability.


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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

What is an S-Corporation?

An "S-Corporation" is a regular corporation that has between 1 and 100 shareholders and that passes-through net income or losses to shareholders. An S Corp is a corporation that elects to be treated as a pass-through entity (such as a sole proprietorship or partnership) for tax purposes.

An "S-Corporation" is a regular corporation that has between 1 and 100 shareholders and that passes-through net income or losses to shareholders. An S Corp is a corporation that elects to be treated as a pass-through entity (such as a sole proprietorship or partnership) for tax purposes. Since all corporate income is "passed through" directly to the shareholders who include the income on their individual tax returns, S Corporation are not subject to double taxation.

An eligible domestic corporation can avoid double taxation (once to the shareholders and again to the corporation) by electing to be treated as an S corporation. Generally, an S corporation is exempt from federal income tax other than tax on certain capital gains and passive income. On their tax returns, the S corporation's shareholders include their share of the corporation's separately stated items of income, deduction, loss, and credit, and their share of non-separately stated income or loss.  

http://www.infotaxsquare.com/view_article.php?title=What%20is%20S-Corporation&id=11
 

IRS Representation

Infotax Square represent clients with back taxes. We are committed to providing individual clients and business entities with individual care and attention. Our mission is to put you in the best possible financial position. A team of Tax Practitioners are here to understand your tax situation and craft a unique solution to your problem.
  • IRS Tax Problems
  • Business and Personal Tax Problems
  • Income, Corporate and Estate Taxes
  • IRS Office of Appeals
  • Claim for Refund
  • Payment Agreements
  • Innocent Spouse Claims
  • Employment and Payroll Taxes
  • Trust Fund Taxes
Step1: listen to your IRS situation & problem
  • Listen and learn about your current situation by gathering critical information from you.
  • Determine the type (s) of resolution (s) you need to solve your tax issues.
  • Request required documents from you and depending on your situation.
Step 2: Receive Professional Tax Assistance
  • Provide you with personally catered client support.
  • Walk you through your resolution.
Step 3: IRS representation on your behalf and attain the best resolution for you
  • Negotiate with IRS officers to put you in the best financial position possible.
  • Resolve your case with the IRS in the most efficient, and fastest manner possible.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Free Company Name Search - State of New York

NEW YORK BUSINESS REGISTRATION ALL TYPES | BUSINESS LICENSES

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Benefits of incorporation in New York may be substantial for your business, if your business is located in another state, your home state's corporate filing fees and reports may still be required. We can provide you with information about your area so you can decide if a New York corporation is the right move for you.

There are a number of business entity types to consider when you are deciding the structure of your New York business. The most advantageous entities to form in New York are typically corporations or LLCs. Although other entity options are possible, these are the entities that offer the highest level of liability protection in New York. As you review the characteristics of incorporating or forming an LLC in New York, be sure to keep in mind both the present and future needs of your business. Often, when you start a business it begins as a small organization.
InfoTaxSquare.com files business documents with government agencies for its clients as an authorized representative not limited to New York corporation division, New York secretary of state and New York Department of revenue.
We provide the following services in the state of New York to assist and expedite our valued customers. To read more please click the following links:

Select Your Service Type In New York

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Monday, July 8, 2013

Certified Copies of Documents

A certified copy is a duplicate of an original document that is certified as a true copy by the officer having custody of the original. Keeping the original of your formation documents or any other state-filed document with your company records records is important. If the original(s) are ever lost or misplaced, requesting a certified copy from the state of formation or qualification is advisable.

Additionally, a certified copy of your company's formation documents is often needed in order to open a bank account or to foreign qualify your company to transact business in another state. Often, Corporations and Limited Liability Companies are required to provide certified documents. For examples:

A Secretary of State may request certified copies when an entity intends to foreign qualify In the event that an individual or entity loses original documents and needs to have copies on file for their internal company records Certified copies are useful for internal record-keeping purposes The most common request is Certified Copies of Articles of Incorporation and All Amendments. Other types of documents for which requests for certification are frequently received include:

    * Formations
    * Amendments
    * Certificates of authority (qualification documents); and
    * Dissolutions.

NOTE: Because many states charge fees per page of the documents to be certified -- which cannot be determined in advance Infotax Square representative will contact you to discuss State filing Fees.  
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Thursday, July 4, 2013

Form A Limited Liability

It is very important to understand about your company structure before you decide to register business. Here we will try to present some variances between Limited Liability Companies and Limited Liability partnerships. Technically both are companies. 

Limited Liability Company (LLC) 


  • Company
  • Limited liability Company
  • File Article of Organization or Formation
  • Owners are called: Members
  • Can be formed by one member
  • Recognized in all 50 states but can be
  • Restricted for specific functions
  • Pass through Entity for Tax Purposes
Limited Liability Limited Partnership (LLLP) 

  • Company
  • Limited Liability Limited Partnership
  • File Article of Organization or Formation
  • Owners are called Partners
  • Two or more partners
  • Few states do not recognize LLP's
  • Pass through Entity for tax purposes
  • The large law firms and large accounting firms are LLLPs is that they can be an LLLP in every state. But they can’t operate as an LLC in every state

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Business Documents Filing!

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

New Business Setup

New Business Setup


A new business setup can be a hassle. As a business customer you will find that we try to get to know your business in depth in order to provide excellent service. Choosing a right business structure for your business is a key to save taxes and protecting business and personal assets. To register business you have to choose a most appropriate structure for your business like sole proprietorcorporationLimited Liability Company and many others will be discussed later below.
To setup new business or for a new business registration you must first check the the Check List To Start New Business and Tips to maintain successful business!
Most commonly used business registrations are as follow:


Tuesday, July 2, 2013

What Is Name Amendment?


Name Amendment reflects changes to the legal name of a corporation, LLC or any other legal entity. Companies are authorized and bound to do business using their legal names filed with the registering State. If a legal entity will be changing its name, for that change approval must be taken from the state before applying that change into the business.
If you decide to change any information listed on the original formation document for a corporation, LLC, you need to file an Article of Amendment. When the name of a corporation, Limited Liability Company (LLC), Limited Partnership (LP) or Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) changes, a name amendment may be required in states where your company conducts business.

What is an article of amendment? 


An article of amendment is a formal document that is filed with the state of registration when any corporation or Limited Liability Company or any other business entity wants to change its legal name.
When should I file article of amendment? 


If you have decided to change any information listed on the article of incorporation for a corporation, LLC or any other business type, you need to file an Article of Amendment. When the name of a corporation, Limited Liability Company (LLC), Limited Partnership (LP) or Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) changes, a name amendment may be required in states where your company conducts business.
How is a Corporation or LLC name changed? 


A corporation or LLC name is changed by filing an amendment to the Articles of Incorporation or Organization. The name change amendment may be adopted by the corporation's board of directors, unless its articles of incorporation require that the name change be adopted by the corporation's shareholders or by LLC's Members or Managers.
For example, name changes for a corporation may require consent of the company's board of directors, officers or its shareholders. The new company name must be available on the records of the state. If the name is not available, the state may reject the company's name amendment.
Can I check the availability of name? 

InfoTaxSquare.com will do preliminary search to check the availability of the name to avoid rejection before submitting the amendment to the state. You can also check the availability of name for FREE by using this link our Free Company Name Search.


Thursday, June 27, 2013

Register Company In USA

Q : Hi, I run an online marketing and software development company in India. Its a pvt ltd company with 2 directors and 5 contractors. I would like to setup an US arm by incorporating a LLC or C corp in Delaware depending upon which one would be better. The primary purpose of this US company will be to handle online payment and processing for our company in India. While your website is very elaborate in terms of setting up a new business, I am unable to decide what kind of structure I should follow? Do I need to hire a person or can I or my co-director be a representative? The contractors will never interact with the US arm. How would taxation work in such a scenario where the US company is buying services from the indian company and selling it in US? How does this change if we make either the US company a subsidiary of the Indian company or vice-versa? Appreciate your reponse in this regard. Thanks, Brandon
A : Limited Liability Companies are mostly recommended for the Real Estate businesses. You can register business as a C-Corporation.

Can you please let us know what state do you want to 
register company in USA to send proper quotations or you can also use following link to check prices.

You can consider New York to form company. 

https://www.infotaxsquare.com/processor/order-init.php?o=co

You can also use following link to see more about our services.

http://infotaxsquare.com/e-book/book-view.php

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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

IRS REPRESENTATION


Infotax Square represent clients with back taxes. We are committed to providing individual clients and business entities with individual care and attention. Our mission is to put you in the best possible financial position. A team of Tax Practitioners are here to understand your tax situation and craft a unique solution to your problem.
  • IRS Tax Problems
  • Business and Personal Tax Problems
  • Income, Corporate and Estate Taxes
  • IRS Office of Appeals
  • Claim for Refund
  • Payment Agreements
  • Innocent Spouse Claims
  • Employment and Payroll Taxes
  • Trust Fund Taxes
Step1: listen to your IRS situation & problem
  • Listen and learn about your current situation by gathering critical information from you.
  • Determine the type (s) of resolution (s) you need to solve your tax issues.
  • Request required documents from you and depending on your situation.
Step 2: Receive Professional Tax Assistance
  • Provide you with personally catered client support.
  • Walk you through your resolution.
Step 3: IRS representation on your behalf and attain the best resolution for you
  • Negotiate with IRS officers to put you in the best financial position possible.
  • Resolve your case with the IRS in the most efficient, and fastest manner possible.