What could be more exciting than launching a new business?
What could be more tedious than plowing through all of the paperwork required?
Don't let your business dreams die while you try to figure out how to form a limited liability company or whether you should organize as a closely held corporation. How will you and your partner run your new company? What happens if one of you were to become disabled or die? How are decisions made if you do not agree? How you choose to set up your company can impact the amount of taxes you pay and the amount of liability you shoulder for years to come.
At Lanard and Associates, we work closely with business owners, investors, and entrepreneurs in evaluating the options available when considering which business form works best for you.
Straight Talk and Straight Answers
We answer all your questions in plain English, not legalese. We work with you, your accountant, and your business partner(s), if any, to determine the most advantageous business entity for your specific situation.
Next, we form the entity and prepare all the accompanying paperwork, and provide a the Minute Book (binder) to hold the documents, company seal, customized member or stock certificates, initial minutes and By-laws for a corporation, an Operating Agreement for a limited liability company, and obtain the federal Employer ID Number (EIN). All of this for a flat fee that includes the state filing fee.