At Jarrar & Associates, we help our clients sift through all of the complicated forms of incorporation, LLCs and partnerships.
New and existing businesses in Los Angeles often struggle with the idea of incorporating or forming a limited liability company (LLC). They are bombarded with information from advertisements, the media and even entertainment sources praising the virtues of formal incorporation or similar business formation that would limit an owner’s personal liability and offer tax advantages. At Jarrar & Associates, we help our clients sift through all of the complicated forms of incorporation, LLCs and partnerships to help determine whether a corporation, LLC or partnership is right for your business in the first place. For many businesses, start-ups and existing companies, the sole proprietorship or general partnership may still be the best business entity.
Our clients are not charged for their initial consultation and the consultation includes a thorough discussion of whether or not a more formal business entity is right for their business, and if it is which entity best suits their business goals. For most incorporations and LLCs, we charge a flat fee. More complicated matters require more attorney time, and in such circumstances an hourly fee is charged. However, Jarrar & Associates is committed to efficient and cost effective accounting and entity formation services.
Our services include:
- C Corporationv
- S Corporation
- Professional Corporation
- Limited Liability Company (LLC)
- Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
- Limited Partnership
- General Partnership
- Joint Venture
- Non-Profit Corporation
A Corporation or LLC offers many advantages including protecting personal assets, reducing tax burdens (in some cases), providing group health insurance plans and pension plans, and creating a perpetual business entity that is often easier to raise capital for, finance and sell. Whether incorporation is right for your business depends on a number of factors and the ultimate decision is best made after consultation with an attorney and accountant.
Generally, the size of a business is an important consideration. Businesses with a large number of employees, multiple owners, and a significant capital investment will find that incorporation most often offers significant benefit. Smaller businesses are more likely to benefit from an S-Corporation, LLC or even sole proprietorship . The tax and limited liability advantages are generally less advantageous to the smaller business. The tax differential to single owners is most often negligible or non-existent, and new business owners that incorporate may find that their personal guarantee is still required for financing. Given the expense and time consuming nature of maintaining important corporate formalities, operating a sole proprietorship with adequate insurance is all that the small business owner may need.