Estate planning is often put on the back-burner. Sometimes people never get around to it. However, planning ahead is important because doing so can save you thousands and thousands of dollars.
If you're thinking about forming a limited liability company or you have already done so, you likely have asked yourself, "Should I form my limited liability company in Delaware or California?" The answer to this question is almost always "it depends," but understanding the basics of the analysis is helpful.
California state law classification of a business entity is not always the same as the tax classification of an entity. Under the "check the box" treasury regulations, a business entity is classified either as a "per se" C-corporation or as an entity eligible to choose its tax classification (referred to as an eligible entity).
The “Marijuana Boom” is officially taking place in various areas of the United States, particularly in the State of California, and in the wake of legislation being passed at the state and local levels legalizing marijuana to some degree or another. This blog post will discuss the effect of new legislation on Orange County and California businesses.
Now that you’ve formed your company and are open for business, there are some more legal items you’ll want to address so you don’t mistakenly run your business into the ground before it takes flight. This blog will discuss these key issues and should serve as a checklist of items to cover when starting your business.
As discussed in our previous blog post, forming an LLC can be simple, but deciding issues related to tax, liability, management and capital concerns are best left to an attorney. But figuring out and implementing a formation plan does not mean you’re ready for business. Once the LLC is formed, there are several things to do before it can begin conducting business. That will be our focus in this blog post.