Some things are just prudent to do whether or not they are legally required. Business formation should only be done with the assistance of an attorney who knows the corporate structures and can help protect both you and your business from all sorts of problems.
Our business plans to bid on and fill small-to-medium sized U.S. government defense contracts primarily regarding ammunition, firearms, and related military accessories. We currently have 2 employees (founders), and are located in New Jersey. As of yet, we have no... Read more »
A good business lawyer would need to know much more information to give you the correct answer. I suggest you setup a consultation with one (lawyers charge for time and advise) and expect to pay a at least a few hundred dollars. But that small fee could save you thousands later on. Just for your...Read more »
My friends and I (3 of us) started a website about 8 month ago. In order to complete our site, we need to integrate/work with a third party company. The following is a silly illustration/mock of our idea:
We created a website that matches candidates to shelter pets through a survey.... Read more »
Your able to loan money within certain interest rate limits but cannot maintain money accounts or participate in issuing credit cards or anything offered by Federal Reserve. But this a very tricky area that needs lots of research as failure to follow state guidelines can lead to imprisonment. You...Read more »
Every Attorney will charge differently based on whats included with the services This is like asking how much would a meal cost at a restaurant. The more that's included the more it costs, but make sure you do this with a lawyer not an incorporation service as many the business they start...Read more »
You need to have an in person consultation with an experienced business attorney to learn exactly what the rules and requirements are for you to operate this type of business in NJ. You can have serious problems if you do not conduct your business properly. Good luck.
I WANNA START A NEW SMALL BUSINESS OF MINE AND I WANNA AVOID ANY FINANCIAL IMPACT ON MY OWN ASSETS, A FRIEND RECOMMEND "LLC" OR "CORP." AS A STRUCTURE FOR MY COMPANY. I WANNA KNOW WHICH IS BETTER TO MAKE ME A SEPARATE ENTITY FROM THE BUSINESS A ND AT THE SAME TIME OF "LESS... Read more »
I think I would need more information to answer this question - are you applying for a benefit? My preliminary analysis is that many or most churches are part of an "association of affiliated churches." I think the definitive answer would come from if the HEAD organization that leads...Read more »
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