Aged Idaho Corporations with Credit Lines For Sale

Aged Idaho Corporations with Credit Lines For Sale

Aged Idaho Corporations with Credit Lines For Sale

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Aged Idaho Corporations with Credit Lines

How do I know whether to set up a Sole Proprietorship, a Partnership, Corporation, or an LLC? How do I change from one to the other?

The Legal Structure/DBAs page on this site contains a description of each entity type recognized in Idaho. Because your entity choice will affect the taxes you pay and how and when you pay them, you may want to contact an accountant and/or an attorney to be certain you have selected the best entity type for your particular business.

Aged Idaho Corporations with Credit Lines For Sale

If you are still not sure which legal entity is right for you, contact the Small Business Administration, your nearest Idaho Small Business Development Center, Women’s Business Center or your regional SCORE office. They are listed under Business Formation and Expansion on the Business Assistance button to the left. A counselor will explain the various legal entities and help you choose the best one for your business.

Once you have decided on an entity type, you can download the necessary forms from the Secretary of State’s website at http://www.sos.idaho.gov/corp/corindex.htm. If you choose to register as anything other than a sole proprietorship, an attorney will need to prepare the required Operating Agreement, Articles of Incorporation, by-laws, or partnership agreement.

To change from one business entity type to another, check the information found on the Legal Structure/DBAs section of this site. You may need the assistance of an attorney and an accountant to properly close your existing entity type, pay any taxes owed, change employee withholding information and file the paperwork for the new entity type.

Aged Idaho Corporations with Credit Lines

If you are a corporation and you want to change your name or status, you must file Articles of Amendment. Visit the Secretary of State’s website for more information.

When you change entity types, you need to contact the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to determine how your tax reporting may change. You may need to file a final tax report for your old entity type. You may also need to contact the Idaho State Tax Commission and the ID Department of Labor if you have employees and are required to withhold unemployment taxes.

Aged Idaho Corporations with Credit Lines For Sale 

Idaho Aged Corporations with Credit Lines For Sale

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