The Launch Blog: Expert Advice from the CorpNet Team

How to Start a Trucking Business and Shift Your Business Dream into Drive

Wondering how to start a trucking company? Step on the gas and head in the right direction with what you'll learn in this post.

What Entrepreneurs Should Know About Calculating Sales Tax for Business

Confused about how to calculate sales tax for business? Learn about recent sales tax legislation, tools for calculating sales tax, and more.

Help Clients Choose What Is the Best Business Structure Without Fear of Unauthorized Practice of Law

What is the best business structure? Here's how to help your clients (and boost your revenue) without illegally engaging in the practice of law.

Protect Your Brand with a Trademark

Protect Your Brand with a Trademark to identify and distinguish your company, product or service and distinguish it from competitors.

Your Complete Starting a Business in California Checklist

Ready, set, launch! Here’s your starting a business in California checklist. This handy guide will help make sure you don’t miss a thing.

What is Payroll Processing and What Do You Need to Know About It?

Payroll processing has a lot of moving parts. Read this post to find out what it involves and how CorpNet can help your business satisfy the requirements.

S Corp Election Deadline Is Approaching March 15, 2019 So Don’t Delay

The S Corp election deadline is just around the corner. Here's what you need to know if you want to reap the tax benefits of an S Corp in 2019.

How to Hire Your First Employee

Hiring your first employee is exciting. It means your business is growing and you need someone with special skills to help take it further.

Have Employees? Then You Need to Understand Employment Taxes

Hiring employees can make a world of difference when it comes to eliminating your stress and streamlining operations and understanding employment taxes

Increase Professional Services Revenue with the CorpNet Partner Program

A path for business coaches, CPAs, lawyers, tax advisors, and bookkeepers to increase professional services revenue without overworking or adding overhead.

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The Difference Between a Business Entity Statutory Conversion and Business Domestication

Statutory conversion vs. business domestication. One changes a business entity type; the other changes a company's home state. Read on to learn more!

Three Tips for Business Coaches to Help Their Clients Succeed in 2019

How can you help your coaching clients achieve entrepreneurial success? These tips for business coaches will help you help your clients succeed.

Business Startup Deductions to Take in 2018

What startup tax deductions can your business take in 2018? This post covers the types of startup business expenses and discusses which may be deductible.

Do You Need Annual Meeting Minutes for Corporations and LLCs?

What business owners should know about annual meeting minutes for corporations. What are they, who must have them, and how do you create them?

The CorpNet Partner Program Opens a New Revenue Stream for Your Business— Without Adding Overhead

The CorpNet Partner Program gives professional services providers a way to increase revenue without adding overhead. Here’s how it works.

Five Marketing Ideas to Grow Your Business When Stuck in a Seasonal Rut

Are sales in a seasonal slump? There's no need to worry! Here are five marketing ideas to grow your business during slow times.

5 Steps to Start a Business By Year End–A Guide for Startups

What do you need to do to get your startup off the ground before next year? These steps to start a business will give you the direction you need.

2018 End of Year Business Compliance Checklist

Finish 2018 right with all of your business compliance requirements in order. This end of year business checklist will help.

Use a Home Address to Incorporate a Business–What to Consider

s it OK to use your residential address as your business address, too? Here's what to consider before you use your home address to incorporate a business.