Austin Business Lawyer
Business Formation Attorney Serving Austin, TX
Creating the right business entity is essential to creating, building and operating a successful business. Entrepreneurs have a wealth of responsibility on their shoulders as well as a very important decision to make at the onset of their venture. Forming a business can be a very challenging, yet potentially prosperous endeavor to take on and making the right decisions early on, can have immeasurable tax advantages to the parties involved.
If you are planning on starting a business, contact Austin business law attorney D. Scott Heselmeyer to learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of the different types of businesses that one can form.
Entrepreneurs should carefully consider which form of business is the best for their new company. The different advantages that each business form has to offer will depend on your unique set of circumstances and Mr. Heselmeyer is prepared to meticulously explain the advantages and disadvantages of each type of business entity. He will familiarize you with all the relevant issues and considerations associated with each type of business form such as hiring employees, entering into business agreements as well as the municipal, state and federal laws that regulate business.
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Each business form has its own set of tax liabilities; for example, a shareholder of a C corporation isn't typically responsible for the debts belonging to the corporation, whereas the partners in a partnership are personally liable for the debts belonging to the partnership. However, the tax implications of a C corporation and a partnership are entirely different; therefore, it will be absolutely critical to familiarize yourself with all liabilities as well as tax implications associated with each type of business entity.
Mr. Heselmeyer can provide you with in-depth information about each type of business entity so you can make an informed decision about how you are going to form your business. He can help his clients with the following business formations:
- Limited Liability Company (LLC)
- Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
- Sole Proprietorship
- Partnership/Limited Partnership
There is no replacement for the knowledge, expertise and resources that a highly skilled attorney can provide while you are forming your business. What's more, once you have decided which type of entity to form, you will have access to a wide variety of business services that the firm has to offer including tax advice, considerations regarding personal asset protection and much more. Contact an Austin business formation lawyer from the firm to schedule your initial consultation.
Contact an Austin business formation attorney from the firm to start taking advantage of the wide variety of business service the firm has to offer.