INC Paradise

If you’re new to the game, then I’ll tell you that starting a business isn’t easy. Anyone who’s been down that road can tell you it from the get go. There are companies out there that do the bulk of the work for you, as far as legalizing things is concerned, and it really helps you out in the long run when you aren’t filling out a stack of paperwork while you’re trying to get your business off the ground at the same time. There’s a company out there that’s helping thousands of entrepreneurs start their own businesses each year. They don’t over charge you, and they help you out with all of the paperwork involved. They can setup a corporation or LLC in any state. For example, if you’re looking to start up a Nevada corporation, you could go to their website, request the proper forms and then go from there. The most popular state is Nevada but that’s because they’re a very business friendly state with no income taxes. Their business is based in Las Vegas, but they recently opened a branch in Memphis, TN.

The company I’m talking about is INC Paradise, they not only help you out with the paperwork but they also provide a space for you to start your business. They have a program for virtual offices and executive suites. You can use their office with free phones and internet. If you already have a space in mind, then naturally you’re not going to have to take this route but if you’re meeting clients at the local coffee shop and then working from home, it’s time to get yourself some office space. You can pay rent for a space or even build an extension onto your own home (if possible) but sometimes having your own office space would be a great thing to have once your business hits it big. Now this is naturally for those of us that are lucky enough to work in the computer world but when you’re looking to start up a bookstore, you’re obviously going to need to invest in some kind of a store front as well.

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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