Start a New Business, Non-Profit, or Charitable Organization – Get Legal Help from a Business Lawyer in PA
Once you've decided that you are going to set up a new business in Pennsylvania, there are many things to consider and accomplish. One of these is whether or not to incorporate your business. Generally, I advise clients to incorporate their business rather than rely solely on a fictitious name. The question then is deciding what form the business should take. There are several options, including LLC, S Corp, or 501 (c) (3). When we meet to discuss your new business, we'll discuss the benefits of each entity and which will work best for you.
Additionally, when setting up your business, you'll need to choose a business name and obtain a tax ID number known as an EIN (Employer Identification Number). You will need the EIN when you open a bank account for your business. You can apply for the EIN at the IRS website.
Finding a Pennsylvania Business Attorney to Start Your New Business
At L. Theodore Hoppe, Jr., Esquire — Attorney at Law, we've offered estate planning, elder law, family law, and business law to help people prepare for accidents, illnesses, or death for over 30 years. Contact our estate planning law firm if you need a business law attorney in Media, Pennsylvania. I serve clients in Delaware, Montgomery, Chester, Berks, and Bucks counties and cities, including Philadelphia, Media, Norristown, and West Chester.