State, local and national-level regulations apply to your new small business. It is necessary to register within the county in which your business operates if you plan to provide services or conduct business in that location.
You will also want to complete a “Doing Business As” or DBA filing with the correct county. The DBA filing should state the assumed name of your business and its physical address.
You may also need to register for sales tax.
The CPAs, Enrolled Agents and tax consultants at Massey and Company CPA can assist you with these important government filings.
Branding: use your new business name with new clients or vendors.
Versatility: you are able to form several new businesses and brands registered to the same owner.
Credibility: customers can verify that you are a legitimate business through state and local authorities’ records.
Massey and Company CPA assists entrepreneurs with the formation of Limited Liability Companies (LLCs). Forming an LLC offers limited liability to business owners, with minimal cost and paperwork.