How soon into running a startup should you register your company?

Registering your company can be time sensitive and should not be one of those things that “you’ll take care of when you have time.” It’s nice to know you have limited liability when you start making business decisions so incorporating is one of the first things you should do. I invite you to check out some posts I have written in the past regarding this topic:

When should I incorporate my startup?Can I incorporate while employed? If not, is it kosher to promise the engineer equity and salary which can only be delivered once revenue is sufficient for me to leave my employer and legally incorporate?
Should a tech startup incorporate as an LLC, a C-Corp, or an S-Corp? If so, why?
Should I incorporate my startup before I get investors?
Should I incorporate myself or use a lawyer?

If you need assistance registering your company, or anything else legal related, check out LawTrades – a platform created for entrepreneurs to navigate the legal stuff when starting a business. Just tell us what you need, and get an instant price quote that is usually 60% more affordable than traditional law firms. Then, you’ll be matched with the best attorney and have your company registered in 1-2 business days.

Best of luck with the business!

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