Business Incorporation

Business incorporation is critical for managing the day-to-day operations of your company. Learn how to incorporate here
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Instructed by Brian Dale Business / Business Law
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  • Lectures 23
  • Length 2 hours
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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Published 1/2014 English

Course Description

The term corporation comes from the Latin corpus, which means body. A corporation is a body--it is a legal person in the eyes of the law and is the first step in launching your dream business.

Here are key benefits students will receive by enrolling in this course;

  • How to find the perfect company type to protect your company
  • Where to find the most cost-effective incorporation tools - Tip: stay away from Legal Zoom!
  • The financial and legal advantages of incorporating your company NOW
  • Why and how to incorporate to build trust with clients and customers
  • Tax benefits of incorporating your business
  • Incorporating your business without any legal experience
  • Easy business filing tips with the I.R.S. to receive your Employer Identification Number (EIN)

Protect your most precious assets NOW by enrolling in our course.

What are the requirements?

  • DSL
  • Adobe Reader

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Familiarize students with incorporation how to
  • Walk students through business formation
  • Give an overview of legal business types

Who is the target audience?

  • Entrepreneurs
  • Small Business

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

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Section 1: Opening Lecture

In this intro lecture, we discuss course particulars.

Section 2: Incorporation Basics

In this lecture, we give the basics before beginning the process of incorporating a business.


If hiring or involving a third party to incorporate a business, it is best to understand their obligations as learned here.


In this lecture, we give students final thoughts from this incorporation checklist.


There are, if required, legal websites which will incorporate a business as learned in this video tutorial.


Some states are friendlier than others to entrepreneurs and small business as learned in this lecture.

2 pages

Here is an incorporation checklist for download.

Section 3: Practical Application

Whatever state a business plans on incorporating in, the first order of business is locating your state's website as learned in this lecture.


In this lecture, we use the State of Colorado's website to teach students how to search for 'like' business names.


In this video tutorial lecture, we teach students to input a company name at the State level.


Whoever files incorporation documents, whether it be a third party or owner, must be indicated as learned here.


Most states require some form of supporting documentation be uploaded when incorporating as learned here.


Most states have e-payment services which allow, once all steps for incorporation are complete, immediate payment as taught in this video tutorial lecture.


Once incorporation is done at the state level and regardless of company type, an EIN is required by the IRS as learned here.

6 pages

Here is the Secretaries of State Directory for download.

Section 4: Closing Lecture

In this lecture, we give several final thoughts.

Section 5: Course Extras

Here are the basics of legal business incorporation


Sole Proprietor is continued in this lecture.


Partnerships, whether LLP or other must be carefully considered as taught in this lecture.


We continue the incorporation discussion in this lecture.


In this video lecture, students will learn legal considerations.


After the decision on type of incorporation is made, structuring a business comes next.


NDA(s) more commonly known as Non-disclosure, are discussed in this lecture.

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Instructor Biography

Brian Dale, Internet Marketing Tutor

Brian Dale specializes in teaching numerous areas and disciplines in online
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