A small business attorney can help coach you through tasks like business formation, and can help you limit your liability in the event of a lawsuit.
Virginia does not have a set “small business license.” Instead, your local government will issue you the license after you prove compliance with a few laws.
This step-by-step guide walks you through every aspect of starting a new business in Virginia, from choosing your idea to marketing your new brand.
A limited liability company is a business entity that resembles both a partnership and a corporation. Not all LLCs require multiple members, though most are multi-member entities.
Virginia limited liability company taxes are a complex system of withholding and payments on a state and federal level. Here are the basics of LLC taxation.
Piercing the corporate veil is an unsavory risk of doing business. Knowing how it happens means knowing how to prevent it from happening to you.
The ability to be held personally liable for the debts or lawsuits of your business is limited depending on the business entity that you elect to establish.
A Single Member Limited Liability Company is an easy, cheap, and tax-friendly method of legitimizing your business while protecting your personal assets.
You are able to operate your business under a “Doing Business As” (DBA) registration, should you choose a fictitious name. Here’s how.
Your first step in establishing a limited liability company is determining how many members are involved in the business.
If you’re starting a business in Virginia, you need to learn how to choose the right management structure for your limited liability company.
Virginia law provides for a number of different legal business structures, however, it can be difficult to know which structure will work best for you.