We can help you select the right type of business, whether its is Sole-Proprietorship, Partnership, Limited Liability Company, Professional Association, or Incorporated and get you business filed with the state.
We can help you with your business plan. Some example include:
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You and your partner or partners are excited to be starting a business together. Everything is going right, there are no arguments, and a bunch of oral agreement. Nothing could go wrong, right? WRONG!
Whatever can go wrong, will go wrong.
The idea here that you and your partners want to protect yourselves in case there is a major disagreement and the business starts to go south. By taking preventative measures to protect you and your business, it will save you money in the long run. An operating agreement also gives you and your partners essentially guidelines to follow in case there is a disagreement that can help bring resolve.
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It works if you work it!
You've put your time, money, and passion into your business. Why not get more out of it? Sometimes it's good to have a second pair eyes evaluate your business from a different perspective.
Our experience in dealing with all types of businesses gives us the luxury of creating and implementing new innovative ideas that may be unheard of in your particular industry. The obvious goal is to maximize profits by having your business run efficiently and effectively. As the saying goes, "work smarter, not harder."
Your success is our success.
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"This law firm was able to take my business from a $500,000 valuation to a $2 million dollar valuation. We couldn't have done it without them." ~ Client
Every year, hundreds of thousands of Americans launch their own businesses. According to the U.S. Small Business Administation (SBA), in 2010, there were 27.9 million small businesses in the U.S. The majority of these – more than 75% – were identified by the government as “non-employer” businesses, meaning that the owner is the only person working at the business.
Before your business can have any hope of becoming a legend (or even just profitable), you need to find a way to finance its birth. The SBA states that in 2009, the Ewing Marion Kauffmann Foundation estimated the average cost of starting a new small business in the U.S. to be about $30,000. To estimate what it will cost to launch your business, check out an online startup cost calculator, such as the one provided by Entrepreneur.com.
While there are many ways to secure funding we help analyse what type of funding is the best for your business. Then we structure your business either through a business plan or operating agreement, so your business is attractive to potential investors or underwriters. Let us navigate those waters so that you have best possibility of securing funding and you can focus on your business.
Call us now so we can help get the funding you need