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What’s the First Thing I Should Do When Starting a Business?

The first thing you should do when starting a business is to form your business entity. In most situations your best choice is going to be an Limited Liability Company (LLC). Though in some situations a corporation may be right for you. Call us today for a free consultation on what business entity works best for your needs.

What Do I need to Get a Bank Account for my New Business?

The first thing we recommend for most new businesses is the formation of an LLC. Part of this process is filing Articles of Organization with the State of Michigan, and filing for an Employer Identification Number (EIN) with the IRS. Once you have these pieces in place, you can take them to the bank to set up your new business bank account.

What is the Difference between a Sole Proprietorship and an LLC?

A sole proprietorship is just a person doing business. An LLC on the other hand is its own legal entity, like a separate person. This means the law treats your LLC as distinct from you, which allows you an additional layer of protection if something were to go bad.

What If I don’t Know What I Need Help With?

This is common. You are not alone. You can schedule a free consultation today to talk with a licensed attorney about your business. Our Corporate Counsel Plans are another option, you will get dedicated monthly access to an attorney, at a rate your business can afford.