So, you received your approved Articles of Organization or Incorporation from the Secretary of State? First off, congratulations. That’s a huge, tangible, first step to becoming a well protected company. The next few steps are also very important, but you can take care of them pretty quickly immediately afterwards.   EIN The first step after…

To form your company, you will need to file the ‘Articles’ with the entity tasked with forming companies in your state. Each state is different, but in North Carolina, this is the Department of the Secretary of State. You can find a template for the Articles on the Secretary of State’s website here to complete your…

We live in a DIY society, where everyone has some sort of do-it-yourself project going on somewhere. We find that when it comes to setting up your business, this still holds true. A lot of people we work with are setting up their own business structures with limited setback. Especially if you’re on your own…

Only after your Articles of Organization are accepted by the Secretary of State, the next step in the company startup process is to apply for an Employee Identification Number (EIN) from the IRS. Filing for an EIN is a fairly simple process that takes about 5 minutes to complete. The IRS has made a question…

Introduction So, you’re about to start a company in North Carolina? First off, congratulations! Starting a company is an exciting adventure that you get to make into whatever you see fit. It is a lot of work, I know, but when you put all the work in, it’s worth it in the end. Let’s get…

  Intro Starting a North Carolina Nonprofit is actually very easy to do, but there are a ton of formalities you’ll have to follow if you want to be recognized as a 501(c)(3) or specific requirements for other industries. This purpose of this article is to guide you through the basics of starting a nonprofit…

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