Forming your businessThe first steps to getting your business off the ground is to form the right entity. Fisher Stone can help you make the right choice.
CorporationChoose a C-Corp or an S-Corp
LLCChoose a Limited Liability Company
Professional EntitiesDoctors, Lawyers, Architects, Engineers
Other EntitiesNon-profit, Benefit Corp, GP, LP, LLP
3 Easy StepsGet your business started right by our trusted attorneys
Step 1Answer a few easy questions. You can finish in as little as 15 minutes.
Step 2An attorney will prepare your documents and file them with the proper government agency.
Step 3You will receive your confirmation and begin building your legacy.
Preferred by outside investorsOutside investors prefer corporations because of the stricter formalities which allow investors to know how the company is run.
Recognized outside of the USACorporations are recognized outside of the Unites States of America which allows better protection overseas.
Good for IPO (Initial Public Offering)If your goal is to one day have an initial public offering then a corporation is fundamental.
Flexible Management StructureLLC's allows ease of setup and you can begin running your business. Members are managers.
Flexible tax reporting optionsThe tax treatment is selected by its owner. An LLC can be taxed as a corporation, a partnership, or a sole proprietorship.
Fewer formalitiesThere is no need to hold board of directors meetings or maintain records of your business decisions.
An organization that uses its surplus to benefit its purpose or mission.
A corporation that also has a positive impact on society, community, and the environment.
Two or more people carrying on a business to make a profit. Partners are liable for the business.
Similar to a General Partnership but will also have limited partners involved.
These are sometimes called RLLP and is suitable for professionals such as accountants and doctors.
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