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  • What You Need to Know About the EIDL Application Process and Document Requirements
    If you haven’t yet applied for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL), you have until December 21, 2020 to submit your application. There is no need to apply again if you’ve already applied, as the loans are vetted on a first-come-first-serve basis. At the latest count, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has approved [...] […]
  • Articles of Incorporation vs. Articles of Organization
    If you're thinking about starting a business, you’ll want to research which business entity type will be most advantageous to you. As you go through that process, you will discover that various documents and filings need to be submitted to the state to form a limited liability company (LLC) or corporation. Articles of incorporation [...] […]
  • What are Articles of Organization?
    Have you decided to operate your business as a Limited Liability Company (LLC)? If you answered yes, you must comply with your state's requirements for registering your company. Those responsibilities include filing an articles of organization (sometimes called a certificate of organization or certificate of formation) with the state government. The articles of organization [...] […]
  • What are Articles of Incorporation?
    If you’ve decided to establish your business as a corporation, you’ll need to fulfill your state’s requirements for registering your company. Among those requirements is filing an “articles of incorporation” (sometimes called “certificate of incorporation”) with the state government. Articles of incorporation is a legal document containing important information about the company, and it [...] […]
  • What Comes After Incorporation? 12 Steps to Keep You On Track
    Congratulations! You have officially registered your Limited Liability Company or Corporation with the state. But now what? What happens next? While forming an LLC or Corporation is a critical first step to operating a formal business entity, there's more work to do to keep it legitimate and in compliance. The tasks and filings vary [...] […]
  • 5 Tips for Getting a Small Business Loan
    Whether you’re looking for startup funding or money to take your business to new heights, you’ll need to explore your options for getting a small business loan at some point in the life of your small business. Some entrepreneurs prefer to use funds from personal savings, family, friends, and even credit card advances. However, [...] […]
  • How Do I Maintain a Business?
    After a business is up and running, it's critical to maintain it by fulfilling all of the required business compliance tasks on time. Of course, businesses grow and evolve over time, and therefore, the actions they must take to maintain a business entity also may change. Fortunately, CorpNet is here to help you learn [...] […]
  • Don’t Be Spooked by Your Annual Business Review!
    For many small business owners, 2020 was anything but typical. This year (more than ever), we wanted to remind you of the positive changes that conducting an annual business review can bring to your company. What is an annual business review? You might think this is the annual report corporations and limited liability companies [...] […]
  • Business Closures, Dissolutions, and Withdrawals
    It has been a rough year for businesses across the country, but especially so for small businesses. According to recent Yelp data, 60% of business closures due to the coronavirus pandemic are permanent. Companies of all sizes have had to close some or many of their locations. Has your business suffered losses this year? [...] […]
  • Business Name Vs. Trademark
    What’s the Difference Between a Registered Business Name and a Trademark? One of the first decisions new entrepreneurs make is what they will call their business. A lot, including brand recognition, rides on a business name, so naturally, it’s something business owners want to consider carefully. On occasion, people have asked me how a [...] […]

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