Legitimize your Business
As a nonprofit, there are a few steps you will want to take to set up your company. Here are some helpful links to get you started!
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
This is a popular choice for many new businesses. When filing for an LLC, you will have personal asset protection and business and tax flexibility. Start the process of creating your LLC by going to your CPA or check out the following links and do it yourself. Either way, this process will vary depending on the state where you reside.
Forming a corporation is a popular method because it offers many advantages. Most people incorporate to avoid personal liability, unlike sole proprietors and partnerships who risk their personal assets.
Doing Business As (DBA)
Sole Proprietorships use a DBA (Doing Business As) to conduct business. A DBA is also known as a "fictitious business name," "trade name," or "assumed name," depending on where you live. To learn more information or file your DBA you can use one of the links below. Laws are different per state so please check the laws where you live.