Incorporation

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What is

Incorporation?

Business Formation

Incorporation is the formation of a corporation. A corporation is a company, a group of people or an organization authorized to act as a single entity. A registered business may or may not be a legal entity that is separate and distinct from its owners. Whether you need an attorney to start your business depends in large part on what legal type of business you’re starting.

A sole proprietorship is the simplest business form of business. It doesn’t require that you register your business with your state. You may not need an attorney to start this type of business. Corporations enjoy most of the rights and responsibilities that an individual possesses which include enter contracts, loan and borrow money, sue and be sued, hire employees, own assets and pay taxes. We highly recommend the use of a professional.

Starting a business can be an intimidating experience, even without the threat of competition. This day and age, we to take seriously the risks businesses face. When you’ve invested so much time, energy and money in your business ideas, you’ll want to protect your livelihood as best you can. We have easily accessible providers to help protect your investment.

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Lexdot is client-driven. The providers are pre-screened independent freelancers. Every transaction is between you and your provider. All that is required for you to begin is to provide details of the service you need; our experienced and high-quality incorporation experts will respond with their proposals. You may also choose to connect with a preferred provider. Rest assured you will get affordable excellent service and peace of mind with our fixed fee billing strategy.

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This material has been provided for general informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.