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Taking your Company Public and Get Listed on the New York Stock Exchange

IncSmart New York (Small Business and Startups) - Are you ready to take your company public? Is your company growing and in need of capital to finance its growth? You have worked hard to make your company a respected leader by consumers, competitors and business analysts. Companies can fund growth through either bank loans or issuing stock.

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Group Health Plans in Nevada

Group Health Plans in Nevada

Group Health Plans in Nevada

Number of Employees to Participate in Group Health Plans

IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - The Minimum and Maximum Numbers of Employees Allowed by State Law to Participate in a Group Health Insurance Plan.
Group health insurance plans are insurance plans purchased by the company you work for. Members of the plan are employees of the company. The Master Policy exists for a group of people. Many plans have additional options of providing coverage for employee family members. The company plan is able to provide coverage for a broader range of services for a lower cost for each single member. Premium payments for group health insurance can be a payroll deduction, or the payment is covered by the employer as benefit.

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New York Credit Bureaus

New York Credit Bureaus

New York Credit Bureaus

When customers refuse to pay

IncSmart New York  (Small Business and Startups) - When customers owe you money and are past due, or refuse to pay the services they have received, you may want to report them to credit bureaus. The three major credit bureaus: Equifax, Experian and Trans Union maintain credit file reports on most American consumers. By including bad debts owed to you or your company, you may have some additional leverage in convincing the customer to pay.

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Nevada DBA

Nevada DBA

Nevada DBA

Conducting Your Business Under a Different Name

IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - DBA - doing business as, is a registration showing that an individual, company or organization is conducting business under a different name. DBA's are also called fictitious names, assumed names and trade as names. It is required by Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS 602.010) that every person doing business in the state of Nevada under an assumed or fictitious name that is different from the legal name of each person who owns an interest in the business must file with the County Clerk of each county in which the business is being conducted a certificate containing the information required by the above Nevada Revised Statute.

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Nevada UCC Liens

Nevada UCC Liens

Nevada UCC Filings

Public Notice for Property Lines

IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - A UCC-1 financing statement is a legal order that a creditor files to give notice that it has or may have an interest in the personal property of a debtor.  The UCC order is filed in order to protect a creditor's security interest by giving public notice that there is a right to take possession of and sell certain assets for repayment of a specific debt with a certain priority. Once the UCC has been filed, the creditor shows a priority with other creditors of the debtor. The UCC need only contain three items of information: 1.the debtor's name and address 2.the creditor's name and address 3.an indication of the collateral, which may be very general.

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District of Columbia Health Care Credit

District of Columbia Health Care Credit

District of Columbia Health Care Credit

Small Business offering Health Insurance

IncSmart Washington DC (Small Business and Startups) - The Affordable Care Act includes a Small Business Health Care Tax Credit in the health care law to make coverage more affordable. The credit is designed to encourage small businesses or small tax-exempt organizations to either maintain existing coverage or offer health insurance to their employees for the first time.  Small and tax-exempt employers that provide health care coverage to their employees are eligible for the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit if:
  • They employ fewer than 25 full-time employees 
  • Annual average earnings wage per employee is less than $50,000 per year 
  • They pay at least 50 percent or more of employees’ premium cost for health insurance coverage.
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California Independent Contractor

California Independent Contractor

 California Independent Contractor

California Domestic and Foreign Registration Tips

IncSmart California (Small Business and Startups) - When you hire an independent contractor, you should create a written and signed independent contractor agreement.  This allows you to clearly define the work and responsibilities of your hired contractor. An independent contractor agreement may also help you avoid questions and protect you from liability in court and state taxes.

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