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    Yearly Corporation Maintenance Fees

    I've seen that there are corporation tax filing fees, and other fees. It looked to be around $1200 USD per year to just maintain a corporation (I could be wrong, I only did a quick search). At what level of side-hustle income would it make sense to switch from a very very liable sole...
  2. DougRMR

    Should I open up a company to my personal brand?

    SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING 
    So real quick. I've read many times that one of the big reasons one opens up a company is that in case you get sued, the company gets sued instead of your person. If I'm planning on building a personal brand (it focuses on instagram management for businesses), should I treat it as a company...
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    Desperate Tech Entrepreneur Needs Advice

    I really need some advice on my current work situation, which is unfortunately a very long story, so I apologize and ask you bear with me. Everyone in my life is either too close to the problem (with the risk of having a special interest), or not knowledgeable enough in this arena to give very...
  4. MJ DeMarco

    Don't forget your small business insurance

    Forum peeps, For all of you engaging in any type of business that has some type or risk, especially personal products and consumables (I'm talking to YOU supplement guys) do NOT go without business insurance. Without it, you are gambling. Over the years there have been dozens of posts here...
  5. brianm4289

    Business entity, insurance, etc.

    ok, i will make this as short as I can and get to the point... a while back I tried to start an e-commerce website selling automotive parts working with dropshippers. It seemed so great at first, selling what I love and never having to stock an inventory because it was being dropshipped. BUT...
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