When starting a new company, corporate formation is often the first thing that pops into mind. Legally formed and registered businesses enjoy various protections and taxation benefits in South Carolina. Choosing the correct business entity is perhaps the most important decision you will ever make.
The Dial Firm will streamline the process for you. Our team understands the rules and regulations of incorporating a business. We will assist with all the paperwork, handle the articles of organization, and complete an operating agreement. We can also help you devise bylaws, appoint directors, and create an exit plan. It’s our mission to protect your company from the very start.
The Value of a Business Entity
A business entity is more than a fancy title. It paves the road for the short and long-term goals of your business. The structure you ultimately choose should consider your company’s legal, financial, and tax obligations. It also needs to match your overall vision. Which entity is right for your small business? The Dial Firm will help you learn the differences between:
- Sole proprietorships
- C Corporations
- S Corporations
- Limited Liability Companies (LLC)
Our experienced corporate law attorneys understand the nuances of each business structure. The right entity will separate your personal assets from those of your company. Considering the tax implications of a specific entity may even help boost profits. Our legal team will examine the goals and structure of your company to determine the best fit.
Prepare Your Business for a Bright Future
Forming a corporation is a huge step, and selecting the best entity is essential. Working with a knowledgeable business attorney will ensure you make an educated decision. Whether you want to operate as an LLC or a partnership, The Dial Firm can lead you in the right direction. Our legal team will handle the paperwork to register your business quickly and correctly.
Is corporate formation on your list of things to do? Get in touch with The Dial Firm to determine which business structure best fits your company’s needs.