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Fisher Law Group- Business, Corporate & Startup Firm
Fisher Law Group- Business, Corporate & Startup Firm 25 Broadway Fl 9 New York, NY 10004 (212) 256-1877
Whether you need a business, startup, intellectual property, real estate or personal injury lawyer the Fisher Law Group can help. Their offices are conveniently located in midtown Manhattan in NYC.
Here are the runners up for the 2016 Get Social Law Attorney:
Estate & Probate Law:
Law Offices of Roman Aminov- Queens Estate Lawyer
Law Offices of Roman Aminov 147-17 Union Turnpike Flushing, NY 11367 (347) 766-2685
Need estate planning, elder law, probate and medicaid planning services in the NYC region? From planning a will to long term health-care solutions, they can help you plan your golden years as well as proper asset distribution to your family.
Real Estate Law:
Robert Aronov & Associates, PC
Robert Aronov & Associates, PC 88-02 136th St Jamaica, NY 11418 (718) 206-1555
Close in style with Robert Aronov. Whether you need buying, selling or leasing services we can help? Looking for foreclosure help? Call us today.
Aronov Esq Contested Divorce Lawyer
Aronov Esq Contested Divorce Lawyer 98-14 Queens Boulevard Flushing, NY 11374 (718) 206-2050
A divorce is one of the unfortunate tasks of an attorney. The truth is that you need a kind and caring attorney to deal with divorce laws.
Bankruptcy & Chapter 7 Law:
7 Bankruptcy Lawyers
7 Bankruptcy Lawyers: 8802 136th street #2, Richmond Hill, NY 11418 (877) 529-6699
We all have the choice to declare bankruptcy and renew our finances. Whether one needs to file for chapter 7, 11, or 13 bankruptcy the first thing they must do is contact an attorney to help them.
Personal Injury & Accident Law:
Robert Aronov Esq: Personal Injury Law Firm
Robert Aronov Esq: Personal Injury Law Firm 305 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10165 (212) 807-5525
If you have been injured at work or in a car accident you may be entitles to a huge payout. To learn more of personal injury law call today.
Fisher Law Group, P.C.
Fisher Law Group, P.C. 25 Broadway Fl 9 New York, NY 10004 (212) 256-1877
Do you need help with a personal injury case? We offer services for medical malpractice, car accidents, construction accidents, workplace negligence and more.
Workers Compensation Law:
Shulman & Hill Workers Compensation Firm
Shulman & Hill Workers Compensation Firm 44 Court St, #808 Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 852-4700
We will fight your employers insurance company on a daily basis until you get every penny which you deserve for your case. Don't settle for low offers by your employer and call us today. We offer contingency plans.
Real Estate & Foreclosure Law:
Real Estate Lawyer Queens Alishaev Esq
Real Estate Lawyer Queens Alishaev Esq 100-15 Queens Blvd #203 Forest Hills, NY 11375 (718) 459-2030
Get Real Estate & Foreclosure Help Now. Buy, sell or lease with our attorneys at law.
Immigration & Green Card Law:
Vernikov NYC Immigration Lawyer
Vernikov & Mansour NYC Immigration Lawyers 25 Broadway 9th Floor New York, NY 10004 (212) 729-3497
Don't get caught in the spiral of immigration law. Immigration & green card law can be very hard and tremendously long process for any patron to deal with. This is exactly why you need legal help.
Traffic Lawyer & Court Attorney
Benjamin Goldman Law Office
189 Southwoods Drive Monticello, New York 12701 (845) 391-3615
When you need to fight a traffic ticket in Upstate NY this is the firm to call. They offer flat fees for their legal representation services. They guarantee to get your points reduced in court or your money back. They can help with speeding tickets, DUI and DWI violations.
Bankruptcy & Debt Law:
Mishiyeva Law- Bankruptcy Attorney NYC
Mishiyeva Law- Bankruptcy Attorney NYC 80 Wall Street New York, NY 10005 (646) 736-6328
Don't fall into the deadly debt trap and get help today. They will help you file for chapter 7, 11 or 13 bankruptcy and get your life back on track. Filing today can make all the difference for you and your family tomorrow.
Startup Entrepreneur Law Basics - NYC Business Structures And Their Tax Implications
Budding entrepreneurs working on their startup business focus on the obvious challenges like their service or product and their marketing. In doing this, many startups overlook basic legal requirements needed for a strong foundation that your business needs to flourish in the long run. Written below is a short guide on business structures and their tax implications that any serious entrepreneur should know when launching their startup.
You have multiple options on how you want to structure your business. Each option will determine your income tax and what your liabilities are. The most important thing is to choose a structure that will fit your needs as well as give you the most protection and benefits. Here are your options with a short description of each:
- Sole proprietorship
The easiest and most common option for startups. There is little paperwork involved and legal documents won’t be mandatory for matters like profit-sharing and business operations.The owner and the business is considered as a single entity. Thus, all assets, income, liabilities, etc. will be the sole responsibility of the business owner. Sole proprietorships pay self-employment taxes based on their income.
- Limited Liability Company (LLC)
This business structure keeps the business owner’s personal assets separate from the business and also gives protection against personal liability (dependent on the situation). LLCs must also provide documentation on each owner’s percentage interest, responsibilities, and how profits are shared among the owners.
LLC's are taxed as partnerships, corporations, or individuals depending on which state you live in and your available options.
A corporation is like an LLC in the sense that it sees the business owner and the business as separate entities, thus reducing personal liabilities. However, corporations are more complex and require paperwork on virtually all matters related to the business. Taxes on corporations are highly complex and dependent on multiple factors.
This is generally not considered an option for small startups.
- Limited Partnerships (LP), Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP), & General Partnerships (GP)
- LP - A business structure that usually involves 2 people. One who manages the business and directly liable while the other partner is considered an investor. The exact business structure can vary between businesses.
- LLP - This business structure protects each partner’s personal assets and provides protection from other partner’s debts and liabilities. Commonly used by lawyers and doctors.
- GP - GP business structures hold all partners personally and equally liable for any and all business debts, decisions, and liabilities.
Why you need to understand your taxes:
Many newly registered startup businesses, especially those that grow faster than owners can keep up with, are stopped in their tracks and stumble through tax obligations. Understanding your taxes ahead of time will save you time for when you need to plan out your taxes for the fiscal year, avoiding common hurdles and maximizing your earnings.
All businesses need to pay Social Security & Other Taxes:
How they pay and how much is determined by their business structure. The most common types of taxes are income, social security & employment taxes. Employment taxes includes things like worker’s compensation and unemployment and all business owners must comply. A business owner needs to know all their available options and make a planned and informed decision after weighing all the risks and benefits.
Do not commit the common mistake of learning this as you go:
Plan everything ahead of time you’ll be able to tackle many common business & startup law problems that most businesses run into before it even becomes an issue.