Non Profit Oregon

Non Profit Oregon

Non Profit Oregon

The Devil is in the Details

IncSmart Oregon (Small Business and Startups) - Oregon is a favorite state to form a Non Profit Corporations.   The Secretary of State and the Oregon Division of Corporation asks for the least amount of information on it's Articles of Incorporation.  After naming the Registered Agent, there are no other names on the Articles to list.

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New Mexico Anonymity

New Mexico Anonymity

New Mexico Anonymity

New Mexico LLC - Anonymity and no Annual Reports

IncSmart New Mexico (Small Business and Startups) - Articles of Organization in New Mexico do not ask for Managers or Member names.  The only names requires are the Organizer and the Registered Agent.  Anyone creating a business in New Mexico, must register with the New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department, and be issued a CRS Identification number. Your CRS number is used to collect and pay tax on gross receipts.

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David Langlais Missouri

David Langlais Missouri

David Langlais Missouri

IncSmart Press Release in Missouri

IncSmart Missouri (Small Business and Startups) - David Langlais joins the IncSmart team with a background of Marketing and Communication degrees. "David is a highly motivated and seasoned professional" says Michael LaSala, CFO of IncSmart.biz Inc. "We are lucky to have him with us".  Expanding our reach to all  50 states and the District of Columbia is a goal for IncSmart and IncSmart Missouri. 

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Nevada Dirty Hands Doctrine

Nevada Dirty Hands Doctrine

Dirty Hands Doctrine

Participant in a wrongful act may not recover damages resulting from it 

IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - In Nevada, the defense of the doctrine of unclean hands “derives from the equitable maxim that ‘he who comes into equity must come with clean hands.’?”Dirty Hands Doctrine defense is where a participant in a wrongful act may not recover damages resulting from it.  Omega Industries, Inc. v. Raffaele, 894 F.Supp. 1425, 1431 (D.Nev.1995) (quoting Ellenburg v. Brockway, Inc,  763 F.2d 1091, 1097 (9th Cir. 1985)).  The doctrine bars relief to a party who has engaged in improper conduct in the matter in which that party is seeking relief. As such, the alleged inequitable conduct relied upon must be connected with the matter in litigation, otherwise the doctrine is not available as a defense.  Gravelle v. Burchett, 73 Nev. 333, 342, 319 P.2d 140, 145 (1957).  Truck Ins. Exchange v. Palmer J. Swanson, Inc., 124 Nev. 59 (Nev. 2008); Locken v. Locken, 98 Nev. 369, 650 P.2d 803 (1982).
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Nevada Subchapter S Election

Nevada Subchapter S Election

Nevada Subchapter S Election

How the Subchapter S Corporation Will Work For You

IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - In a Nevada Subchapter S Corporation, taxable income will be allocated proportionately among the shareholders. A C corporation would be subject to corporate tax rates ranging as high as 39%.  After tax corporate income, when distributed as income to shareholders, would be taxed a second time on the individual's income tax returns. The double taxation of corporation can be eliminated and reduced with a Subchapter S Corporation. A Subchapter S Corporation income is taxed to the shareholders, and keeps the benefits of a LLC.
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Nevada Foreign Corporation

Nevada Foreign Corporation

Nevada Foreign Corporation

How to Register Your Nevada Company in More Than One State

IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - To qualify a corporation from another state or country to transact intrastate business in a new state, the foreign corporation must fill out a form with the Secretary of State.  Foreign Qualification is a egal permission for a corporation to do business in a state other than its home state. Without first obtaining foreign qualification, a corporation may not legally do business in another state, or if it does, it may not be granted the protection of that state's court system.

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 Delaware Relation Back Doctrine

Delaware Relation Back Doctrine

Delaware Relation Back Doctrine

Amending a Plea Without the Statute of Limitations

IncSmart Delaware (Small Business and Startups) - Delaware Business Court.  Plaintiffs right to amend a pleading without incurring the bar of the statute of limitations. Under federal civil procedure, an amended pleading may relate back, for purposes of the statute of limitations, to the time when the original pleading was filed.  The Delaware Court of Chancery is widely recognized as the nation's preeminent forum for the determination of disputes involving the internal affairs of the thousands upon thousands of Delaware corporations and other business entities through which a vast amount of the world's commercial affairs is conducted. Its unique competence in and exposure to issues of business law are unmatched.

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California Cyberbullying

California Cyberbullying

California Cyberbullying

Internet, Email or other Electronic Communications to stalk or showing pattern of hostility

IncSmart California (Small Business and Startups) - California is the first state to pass cyberbullying laws.  Cyberbullying is the use of the internet, email or other electronic communications to stalk, and or showing a pattern of hostile or malicious behaviors. Threatening or harassing email messages, instant messages, or to blog entries or websites dedicated solely to tormenting an individual.
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Malicious Prosecution in New York

Malicious Prosecution in New York

Malicious Prosecution in New York

Withholding Information From Courts that Would Defeat a Judgment

IncSmart New York (Small Business and Startups) - Plaintiff and plaintiff’s attorney acting in bad faith by withholding information from courts it knew or should have known would defeat a judgment or a motion against a defendant. This is a personal injury cause of action, not a crime.  Malicious prosecution is a claim that can be raised in a lawsuit. It is a reason to sue wrongfully prosecuting them. This is normally used against investigators, or attorneys. This is also a civil lawsuit.  There is no jail time.  The lawsuit that asks for monetary damages.  Damages could include  legal fees, lost wages.  For a prosecution to be malicious, it has show no probable cause.
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Libel Proof Plaintiff Laws Nevada

Libel Proof Plaintiff Laws Nevada

Libel Proof Plaintiff Laws Nevada

Plaintiffs with Criminal backgrounds whose Reputations are Tainted

IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - Plaintiffs with criminal backgrounds whose reputations are already so tainted, cannot be defamed. THE LIBEL-PROOF PLAINTIFF DOCTRINE. libel plaintiffs who challenge published statements that do not in fact damage their already sullied reputations. These cases are called "libel-proof plaintiff doctrine," which bars relief to plaintiffs as a matter of law. The legal definition of defamation, in Nevada involves more than just a negative statement. To win defamation lawsuits, plaintiffs must prove that their defendants made a false  statement of fact and caused material or reputational harm by making the statement. Libel is written defamation; slander is spoken defamation.
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Delaware Employees

Delaware Employees

Delaware Employees

Contributing to your U.S. Social Security Coverage


IncSmart Delaware (Small Business and Startups) - If you work as an employee in the United States, you must pay social security and Medicare taxes in most cases. Your payments of these taxes contribute to your coverage under the U.S. social security system. Your employer deducts these taxes from each wage payment. Your employer must deduct these taxes even if you do not expect to qualify for social security or Medicare benefits.  Whenever an employer pays a salary or wages to an employee, the employer and the employee both must pay Social Security tax (FICA).

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Montana Plates Tags

Montana Plates Tags

Montana Plates Tags

Saving Taxes on RVs and Motor Homes

IncSmart Montana (Small Business and Startups) - A Montana LLC is considered a Montana resident, and like any other resident in Montana, won't pay a sales tax on any purchases.  Montana is very popular when purchasing RVs and Motor Homes.   You can save thousands of dollars in taxes.  Montana also make is very easy to order your tags and plates from out of state.

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Florida Annual Maintenance Fees

Florida Annual Maintenance Fees

Florida Annual Maintenance Fees

Reports, Licenses, Taxes, Franchise Fees, Renewals

IncSmart Florida (Small Business and Startups) - Florida Annual Reports for Corporation and LLCs are due every year by May 1st.  Notices are sent to the email address given to Florida Secretary of State.  Any email may be used, from your accountant to your Florida Registered Agent.  To do business in Florida, you must maintain your maintenance fee.  It may be a report, business license, state taxes, franchise fees, or annual renewal.  Florida Corporation reports are $150 a year.   Florida LLC reports are $139 a  year.   Late fees are $400.

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Nevada Two State Savings

Nevada Two State Savings

Nevada Two State Savings

How to Remove Income from your Home State Corporation

IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - When you create a Nevada Corporation, you start a way to save taxes in your home state. Your new company in Nevada is now able to bill your home state company. The process is incredibly easy. Create a budget for your home state company. All money that is not needed to run the company, and to pay you a livable wage is moved to Nevada

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