If you are interested in forming a nonprofit corporation in Nevada, here are some helpful hints.
State and Federal: You MUST register your organization both with the State of Nevada and then file with the IRS. Because your 501(c)3 tax-exempt
How To Choose Your Business Address
I'm Gina Bongiovi, and I'm a lawyer who works with start-ups and small businesses. In this video series, I'm walking you through the steps on how to start a small business in Las Vegas.
I'm Gina Bongiovi. I'm a lawyer who works with startups and small businesses. In this video, I'm going to discuss how you choose a name for your business. While it may seem like a very easy thing to do, that
Drafting an operating/partnership/shareholder agreement seems to be my most important but least utilized service. For whatever reason, business owners are very reluctant to spend the money on a well-drafted operating agreement tailored to their needs when they can download one
I'm Gina Bongiovi. I'm a lawyer who works with startups and small businesses. Whether you're in the startup phase or whether you just have an idea rolling around in your head you might want to turn in to a business
If you're the majority owner of your business and are a minority, woman, veteran, or any combination of the three, you should consider getting certified.
Major companies like big casinos, public utilities, publicly traded companies, and those who deal with government
Here's what happens when you get your operating agreement from a legal forms company.
I just finished helping a client negotiate a buyout. In English, that means he and his partner stopped longer seeing eye to eye on how to run
Hiring employees costs money, not only in the amount you're paying them but also in taxes, fees, and time spent filling out the paperwork for the relevant government agencies. Because of those headaches, it's incredibly tempting to begin hiring
"Oh, we don't really need a partnership agreement; we're great friends."
"We've been best friends since childhood, so we know how to resolve arguments."
"He mah bess frenn."
These are words that strike fear and anxiety into a corporate lawyer's heart. Granted, our