1. Creating a Business Structure
    The most common types of business entities include Sole Proprietor, Partnership, Corporation, and Limited Liability Company (LLC). When deciding on the entity type for your business, some things to consider include: formation costs, management structure, liability risk, and tax implications. For more information, please visit our Learning Center.
  2. Selecting a Registered Agent
    Did you know that most states require businesses to have a registered agent? A registered agent must be available to accept service of process documents, such as any legal proceeding, legal notices, or official government correspondence presented to the company. No one wants to be sued. But in the unfortunate event that someone sues the business, who wants to be served papers in front of customers and employees? To get the much needed privacy any business deserves, select the reliable Registered Agent service from MyCorporation.
  3. Obtaining Licenses and Permits
    Licensing and permit regulations vary depending on the type of business, its location, and where it conducts business (locally, regionally, or nationwide). To find out what licenses and permits your business may need, get a Business License Package from MyCorporation.