LLC v Inc.: Choosing the Right Legal Structure

  • Date : June 1, 2016

  • Time : 5:30 – 8:30 pm

  • Location : NYC Business Solutions Lower Manhattan Center, 110 William Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10038

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Choosing the right corporate and tax entity for your business is important, but the decision is far from easy!

There are a lot of options to choose from, and many factors to consider. The internet has thousands of articles on this topic, but many are either too general or too specific and some are just plain wrong.

We believe that knowledge is power, and our goal is to plant the little seeds of knowledge about how the law can protect us in our business transactions.

We love to see how these seeds of knowledge sprout, and then eventually people use that knowledge and become more powerful in their businesses because they know what to ask for.

They know what their rights and responsibilities are.

In this interactive presentation, you will learn about:

  • The various business structures available to an entrepreneur in New York
  • The requirements for each
  • The benefits and drawbacks of choosing an LLC over a regular corporation
  • What is a benefit corporation and how it is different from a not-for profit corporation
  • How to use a new online license information system, Business Express

We will go over examples to illustrate how a particular choice of corporate or tax treatment may impact a business owner.

You will walk away with a better understanding of how to choose the right corporate form for your business and how to take advantage of the limited liability offered by such form.

Elena Volkova, Esq., is the founding member Volkova Law Group PLLC, a Manhattan law firm serving the legal needs of local businesses, non-profits and families. Elena works with start-ups and mature businesses helping them incorporate, raise financing, acquire or sell assets and negotiate complex service and employment agreements. Before starting her own practice, she was a capital markets associate at LeBoeuf Lamb (2002-2006) and Linklaters (2006-2011).

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