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

Here’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.

There are several big benefits that CorpNet can give to your law firm or accounting firm if you use us to help your clients incorporate a business:

  • Focus on what you do best: Most accountants and attorneys, while they are experts in various tax, financial planning and legal issues, are not specialists in how to incorporate a business. Rather than get bogged down doing paperwork for your clients in an area that you usually don’t deal with, you can hand off the incorporation work to CorpNet.
  • Build credibility with your clients: In this economy, more people might be reluctant to hire a lawyer or accountant for what they might perceive to be “high priced” tax, financial or legal advice. If you can offer your clients access to CorpNet as a low-cost, efficient way to incorporate a business, they’ll be more likely to view you as a trusted partner in their success – unlike some less-scrupulous accountants and attorneys who never miss a chance to pad their billable hours at the client’s expense.
  • Pass the savings on to your client: Your firm can use CorpNet as a silent partner to help your clients incorporate a business and manage business filings. You might be able to offer a significant discount on the process of incorporating a business compared with your competitors – and you can pass the savings on to your clients and build credibility for your practice at the same time.  You can also sign up as a CorpNet affiliate and earn a commission on every sale you refer to us.

Instead of getting hassled with “busywork” and paperwork that your clients might be reluctant to pay for, take it off your to-do list by using CorpNet as your fulfillment partner. Then you can focus on what you do best: offering value-added advice to your clients and helping them with their tax and legal challenges.


Are you a CPA or attorney whose clients want to start a business and need help with the business filings? Refer your clients to CorpNet for a free business consultation on how to incorporate a business. We offer free tools, advice and guidance on to help choose a business structure, form an LLC, set up an S-Corporation or other corporate entity.

2018-06-05T06:16:02-07:00 July 22nd, 2012|Categories: Events & Announcements|Tags: , , |

About the Author:

Nellie Akalp
Nellie Akalp is an entrepreneur, small business expert, speaker, and mother of four amazing kids. As CEO of CorpNet.com, she has helped more than half a million entrepreneurs launch their businesses. Akalp is nationally recognized as one of the most prominent experts on small business legal matters, contributing frequently to outlets like Entrepreneur, Forbes, Huffington Post, Mashable, and Fox Small Business. A passionate entrepreneur herself, Akalp is committed to helping others take the reigns and dive into small business ownership. Through her public speaking, media appearances, and frequent blogging, she has developed a strong following within the small business community and has been honored as a Small Business Influencer Champion three years in a row.

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