The Business Owner’s Guide to Incorporating
Is now the right time to incorporate your business?
Have you ever wondered when is it the right time to incorporate? You are not alone! Many new or existing business owners are wondering the same thing. Whether you own an existing business, such as a sole proprietorship or limited liability company, or are just starting out, deciding whether to form your own corporation is a huge decision.
This FREE guide will help you to determine if incorporating your business is a smart decision, and why!
Who Should Read This Guide?
Does your business fall into one of these categories:
You started the business on your own and now you’ve become profitable. Is it smart to remain a Sole Proprietorship?
Your business is still fairly new and you want to make sure you’ve structured it properly for the future.
You’ve seen some success and you are growing. As a result, your needs are beginning to change and that includes your business structure.
You started your business with a partner or perhaps you are considering adding one. What factors must you consider to ensure a cohesive future?
What Will You Learn?
The Business Guide to Incorporating provides tips on…
The Steps to Incorporation
The 12 things you must do when you are ready to incorporate.
How can the proper corporate structure decrease your tax liability?
Protection from Liability
The guide explains how incorporating can protect you from personal liability.
As your business grows, so must your management team. What is the best way to structure it?
Commercial lending is not always enough. How do you take on active investors? (Think Shark Tank!)
You probably don’t want to work forever. How do you build now with a viable plan for the future?
Plans for Partnerships
Are you currently in a partnership or are you considering one?
If so, what factors should you consider?
Purchasing a Business or Its Assets
Often, growth means purchasing an existing business or the assets of a business. What factors should be considered first?
Information Provided By…
David A. Shoup
Business Law Attorney
David Shoup spent eight years serving our country in the United States Marine Corps as an infantryman. He left active duty in 2012 to continue his education. After graduating with honors from the University of California, Riverside with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology, David earned his Juris Doctor, graduating magna cum laude from California Western School of Law in San Diego.
He has assisted businesses from Sacramento California down to El Cajon in San Diego. These include multi-million dollar businesses down to startups in many different industries.
He assists businesses by structuring them, protecting them, developing succession plans, business owner estate plans, and preparing contracts etc…
David enjoys working with clients to serve their business and estate planning needs. He lives in Murrieta, California with his wife, Andrea, and their four children.