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Start Your Business with CorpNet on Cyber Monday & Save $50!

76_4328070As if “Black Friday” wasn’t enough, now America’s retailers have invented “Cyber Monday” to tempt and torment us with fantastic holiday shopping deals. As an online business that helps customers start a business and process business filings online, CorpNet has decided to be part of the Cyber Monday trend as well.

To help celebrate the spirit of the holiday discount season, we’re offering a special Cyber Monday coupon to help customers save $50 when they choose one of our Deluxe or Complete business incorporation packages.

Cyber Monday isn’t just for browsing websites and buying holiday gifts – it’s also the ideal day to start a business with the help of CorpNet’s online incorporation services.

In fact, we’re taking Cyber Monday beyond “Monday” alone. Read on! Continue reading “Start Your Business with CorpNet on Cyber Monday & Save $50!” »

By | November 26th, 2012|Events & Announcements, Starting a Business|0 Comments

All About the Limited Liability Company (LLC)

705_3546162Here at CorpNet, one of our biggest services is helping business owners form an LLC and manage the business filings to register their business with the state authorities. Deciding to form an LLC can be one of the best business decisions you’ve ever made, especially if you want flexibility with regards to taxation, ease of including partners or operating as a sole proprietor, and most importantly, the “limitation of liability” to protect your personal assets from the debts or liabilities of your business.

Since we work so often with entrepreneurs who want to form an LLC, we’d like to dedicate today’s blog post to tell you all about this unique, flexible, adaptable corporate structure.

What is an LLC?

LLC is short for “Limited Liability Company,” (NOT a Limited Liability Corporation)  which is an interesting definition – unlike a C-Corporation or S-Corporation, an LLC is not technically a “corporation” in the same sense. The LLC acts like a hybrid business entity, giving the owner some of the same characteristics as a corporation, but with the pass-through taxation and flexible operations of a sole proprietorship.

What are some of the main advantages of incorporating a business as an LLC? Continue reading “All About the Limited Liability Company (LLC)” »

3 Valuable Lessons From a Secret Shopper

Has your business ever been “secret shopped” by a customer who turned out to secretly be writing a review of your business?

Whether you’re a restaurant owner watching for a popular restaurant critic or food blogger, or a retail store manager talking to customers who might be “secret shoppers,” there’s no denying that customer reviews – especially when they come as a surprise – can be exciting and also a bit nerve-wracking.

After all, you want every customer to have the best experience possible, but you also want to make sure that if something doesn’t go 100% right for a customer, they’re not going to turn out to be an influential critic or thought leader who will drive people away from your business.

My general philosophy about secret shoppers is that I welcome them. I’m glad to have customers share their opinions of our business, because that’s the only way we can keep getting better at what we do. (And hopefully, most of the time the customer feedback is 100% positive, so we have nothing to be afraid of!)

Our company, CorpNet, recently got “secret shopped” by an online review website called NextAdvisor, and we were pleased to see that their review was very favorable! Continue reading “3 Valuable Lessons From a Secret Shopper” »

By | August 17th, 2012|Business Tools, Running A Small Business|2 Comments

Why Start a Business with CorpNet? 100% Accuracy, Guaranteed!

We know that your business means the world to you, so you need to hire someone you can trust to help you file the documents to incorporate your business.

At CorpNet, we take pride in our work, and we’re confident that we do what we do better than anyone else. After successfully completing thousands of incorporations to help entrepreneurs start a business, we have the expertise and experience to promise 100% ACCURACY and a 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE on all of our business filing services.

No more worrying about filling out forms, puzzling over government bureaucrat “legalese” and wondering if you’re doing it the right way – you can trust CorpNet to incorporate your business on time, on budget and with zero errors.

Want to hear what our customers think about CorpNet? Check out our 100% positive customer reviews from the Better Business Bureau. We have never gotten a single customer complaint – but in case we ever do, we promise to refund the fees of anyone who isn’t completely satisfied.

We know it can be hard to commit to spending money on your new business venture. But when you hire CorpNet, there’s no risk. We will handle everything to your satisfaction, or you get your money back. No risk, no fuss – no problem.

If you’re ready for a risk-free way to start a business, talk to CorpNet. We’re ready to help you launch your business by taking the paperwork off your to-do list.

Call CorpNet at 1-888-449-2638 for a Free Business Consultation. We’ll help you figure out the best way to incorporate your business and get your business filings done right – satisfaction guaranteed. 

Call CorpNet today at 1-888-449-2638 or go online for a free price quote to incorporate a business.

By | August 5th, 2012|Events & Announcements, Starting a Business, Startups|2 Comments

When You Start a Business with CorpNet, You Get Personalized Service!

At CorpNet, we believe that entrepreneurs want to be in business “for” themselves, not “by” themselves. You don’t have to go it alone when figuring out how to incorporate your business. CorpNet has a team of business formation specialists who can help answer your questions, evaluate your options, and recommend the best ways for you to incorporate your business and manage the business filings along the way.

Other incorporation services tend to be higher-volume, more automated and less personal. They often are dealing with higher volumes of calls and so they might just want to quickly make the sale and get you off the phone. If you don’t always know exactly what you want, or exactly which business structure you need, these other services might not be the best choice for you.

When you call CorpNet you get personal, attentive service. We try to build genuine relationships with every customer we serve. We get inspiration and energy from hearing the stories of the entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs who call us every day to help start a business. We take the time to guide our customers through the process. We help you understand your options so you can make the right choice for your business.

Ready to start the process of incorporating your business? Call CorpNet at 1-888-449-2638 for a Free Business Consultation. See for yourself how we can help your business by getting to know you and your specific goals and challenges.

Call CorpNet today: 1-888-449-2638 or get a free price quote online.

By | July 29th, 2012|Starting a Business|0 Comments

Attorneys/Accountants: Clients Starting a Business? Talk to CorpNet!

112_3187709Here’s the dirty little secret of incorporating a business: new entrepreneurs don’t like to pay hundreds of dollars (or more) to an attorney or accountant just to form an LLC or set up a corporate entity. And by the same token, most attorneys, accountants and financial advisers don’t like to deal with the hassle of helping a client incorporate a business – it’s “busywork” that doesn’t really make good use of the skills and expertise that these professional advisers bring to their clients.

Fortunately, there is a better way to incorporate a business: attorneys, accountants and financial advisers are welcome to use CorpNet to help their clients incorporate a business. We are specialists in helping people start a business, and we also work with our customers’ legal and financial advisers who are trying to help their clients incorporate a business and make sure that the business filings are handled properly.

Are you an attorney or accountant who needs an efficient, cost-effective fulfillment partner to help your clients incorporate a business the right way?

Talk to CorpNet. Our team of business incorporation specialists handle these business filings every day – and chances are, no matter what the particularities are of your client’s situation, we’ve seen it and done it before. Continue reading “Attorneys/Accountants: Clients Starting a Business? Talk to CorpNet!” »

Hire CorpNet to Start a Business? We’ve Done it Before!

If you’ve never done it before, incorporating a business can be confusing. The forms and requirements are often poorly written with lots of “legalese” and ambiguities. How do you know which legalese applies to you? How do you know that you’re doing it right?

We’ve heard from lots of customers that when they try to incorporate a business or form an LLC on their own, they quickly discover that they’re “in over their head” and need help.

Even if you manage to fill out the forms by yourself, then you have to spend time driving to the post office or the Secretary of State’s office to file the forms. How do you know you filled out the forms correctly? What if something goes wrong? What if there’s a delay or error that results in you not being able to start your business? What if someone else swoops in and takes your chosen business name? Continue reading “Hire CorpNet to Start a Business? We’ve Done it Before!” »

Why hire CorpNet to help start a business? Save Time (and Money).

So you’ve decided to start a business. Maybe you’re reluctant to pay hundreds of dollars to an attorney. (Which is smart of you – you don’t need an attorney to incorporate a business.) Maybe you’re thinking of hiring CorpNet to incorporate your business, but you’re thinking, “I don’t need help – I can just do this myself.”

Here’s the thing – you might be able to do the paperwork and manage the business filings yourself, but we guarantee that CorpNet can do it FASTER.

If you’re a busy entrepreneur, your most valuable asset is your time. You need to conserve your time and focus your time and energy on the most important activities that are helping your business grow. Chances are, if you hire CorpNet to incorporate your business, you can save at least three hours of time. Continue reading “Why hire CorpNet to help start a business? Save Time (and Money).” »

Interested in forming an S-Corp? Read this first.

434_3014587CorpNet has helped thousands of entrepreneurs start a business by forming an LLC or other business structure.

Deciding to incorporate a company can be complicated. If you’re trying to choose between forming an LLC or incorporating as an S-Corp, C-Corp or other business structure, keep in mind that each type of company has its own unique requirements, limitations and benefits.

One of the most popular business structures that our customers choose is the S-Corporation. The S-Corporation has become the most common corporate entity in America, with over 3 million small businesses filing taxes as S-Corps.

If you’ve ever wondered about the advantages of an S Corporation instead of simply forming an LLC, then read on for some insights. Continue reading “Interested in forming an S-Corp? Read this first.” »

Want More Customers for Your Small Business? Give them what they want!

In the movie, “Big Night,” Stanley Tucci and Tony Shalhoub play two Italian brothers who run a struggling restaurant in New Jersey. Primo, the chef, is insulted when a guest wants risotto and spaghetti in the same meal. Real Italian chefs do not want to serve two starches in the same meal – it’s considered vulgar and undignified. Primo feels disrespected and demands to speak to the customer to persuade her to order the “correct” combination of food.

Secondo, the waiter, tells his brother to make the pasta. Even though his feelings are hurt, he knows that the restaurant is struggling and that the customer is always right. Secondo says to his brother, “We have to give people what they want before we can give them what we want.”

This scene is a good example of how sometimes as entrepreneurs, our expectations of what customers want do not always align with the reality. Sometimes the “can’t miss” new product or “in-demand” service we expected people to love does not find its audience. Sometimes customers want something that we don’t expect – sometimes the customer’s favorite item on the menu is the one the chef least expected.

How can your business learn from the lessons of “Big Night?” Continue reading “Want More Customers for Your Small Business? Give them what they want!” »

By | June 15th, 2012|Marketing Your Business, Running A Small Business|0 Comments