Starting a Company?

When I first started out with AGn Designs, Google searches of how to go about Starting your own company didn’t really bring up very much for me. However, eight years later, I was able to find something, while it’s of no true use to me, that’s a great resource for everyone looking to get their business up and running.

First off, I have a theory. Don’t officially START anything unless you’ve dabbled in it. I’m going to stick with something like Web Design because that’s truly all I know at this point. Freelance for a little while, don’t jump head first into something that you’re going to get sick of in two months. Make sure you know for sure that this is your true passion. From Freelancing comes Outsourcing, get yourself teamed up with a few different established companies so you can teach yourself how to go about handling the work load that’s placed on you. After you’ve done that for a few months, then work on starting up your own business.

I know it seems like a few extra steps but there’s no money to be made by those whom are inexperienced. I had to work very hard to get to the point of running not only two businesses, but still managing to outsource and freelance for other companies as well. A proper contact list can work wonders for business when your own business is experiencing a bit of down time.

So you’ve been playing in the field for a little while now, you’re looking to start up your own company and break free of bosses. Being your own boss is just as much of an American Dream as the white fence and 2.5 children one, trust me. With the rise of horrible bosses, and knowing as well as trusting yourself and your abilities instantly makes your business better than the guy you just emailed your final notice to.

So what do you do? Start up a website and hope people come to you? Sure, that’s fine until you’ve made $500 and you’re no longer considered freelance. You’ve got to file tax forms with someone, so registering yourself as an actual business keeps the IRS off your case come tax season. Where do you go? Who can help you with this? You can head down to the local library and read up on it, or you can head over to your favorite search engine and cross your fingers.

What if I told you that there’s a company out there that’s helping thousands of entrepreneurs start up their own business? They aren’t lawyers and they sure as heck don’t charge high fees. They help you with all of the paperwork that you may find complicated if you aren’t familiar with starting up a business. They can setup a corporation or LLC in any state.

This company, incparadise.com, is based out of Nevada but they’ve just recently opened a new branch in Tennessee. A quick browse of their site showed me that they cater to all 50 states, so no matter where you live you’ll be able to get yourself up and running.

Originally my business was registered in New York, now that I’m living in Delaware I transferred everything to make sure I wasn’t being screwed out of money. Taxes in NY are outrageously higher than DE so naturally that’s one of the first changes I was going to make. Now, since I already knew the run-down, I didn’t have to go through a site in order to help me out. I do believe that anyone looking to start up their own business should consider IncParadise, because they really do help you out with everything you could possibly need.

Check them out, you won’t regret it – I promise!

Krissy

A thirty-something code ninja + web diva. Former New Yorker who's passionate about web development, HTML/CSS, beautifying things and marketing.

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