New Business Advisor Services in the Miami and Fort Lauderdale Metro Areas

Some business owners run their business as a personal business; i.e., they are synonymous with that business. Others incorporate as a way to detach themselves from the business' legal and tax obligations and keep things separate. Incorporation is the preferred route to business ownership for most new business owners, especially in circumstances where several investors or multiple founders are involved and the belief is that the business will see significant growth but also has potential risks.

When entrepreneurs and new business owners are just starting out, they often have many questions, such as:

At Fernandez-Bergnes & Associates our bilingual team of experienced CPAs will take the time to learn about your business plans and recommend the right type of entity under which to operate. We’ll explain the advantages and disadvantages of each and help you determine which makes the right choice for your business now, and limits your future tax liability during the profitable years that are sure to come.

What does it mean to incorporate? It means creating a new tax payer. After all, the federal and state governments tax their citizens and their corporations. When a business is incorporated, it becomes a recognized tax payer separate from you. There are a number of benefits to incorporation, including the protection of your personal assets by limiting of personal liability and a high degree of flexibility in financial planning.

Our new business incorporation and advisor services include:

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