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Cyber Holiday Sale- All Week Long!

25% off site wide* 1 Free Year of Registered Agent Service with Purchase of Anonymous LLC L4SB is helping you get ready for the holidays all week long. Enter CYBER2020! at checkout to unlock the savings. Form a company. Register a trademark. Consult with a business attorney. Consult with a tax attorney. Consult with a […]

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COVID-19 Public Health Orders: What they mean for your business

UPDATE: Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham has ordered a two-week shelter-in-place to begin Monday, November 16, 2020. During that time, all non-essential businesses have been ordered to close, other businesses have been ordered to reduce capacity, and restaurants have been restricted to take-out and curbside service only. Click here to view the November 13, 2020 Public […]

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Why Subchapter 5 Bankruptcy Might Be Key In Small Businesses Surviving COVID-19

The Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA) was signed into law in August 2019.  The new law was set to shore up the hole that had been created back in 2005 when the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act was unveiled.  The 2005 act significantly increased reporting requirements under Chapter 11 which left many business […]

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Larry Donahue Gives Advice to Luxury Business Owners

In a recent interview with Luxe Beat Magazine, the Father of the Anonymous LLC talks privacy. Luxe Beat Magazine provides their readers with insider knowledge of unexpected luxury experiences. Targeting readers who lead a “sophisticated lifestyle”, the magazine sat down with Larry Donahue, Partner and Founder of Law 4 Small Business to discuss the use […]

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Why shouldn’t I just start my LLC myself, without an attorney?

This is a common question – “Why should I hire you instead of just starting my LLC myself?”  It’s a fair question, but there are actually a number of really good reasons why you should have an attorney help you with your LLC formation. First and foremost, is an LLC the proper business entity for […]

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How Do You Remove a Member, Shareholder, Director, or Officer from Your Company?

A common question from many of our clients, or potential clients, is, “How do I remove someone from my company?”  Such a common question does not necessarily have an easy answer, to their dismay.  The are two possible scenarios – a company with governing documents that detail how the removal is done and a company […]

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Tax deadlines and COVID-19: Why delaying payments isn’t always a great idea

As we enter the sixth month of COVID-19 restrictions and lockdowns, a few things have become pretty clear: the economy is struggling, and so are taxpayers. Realizing that people — and, especially, small business owners — would need to stretch their money and make it last for some undetermined length of time, legislators across the […]

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Investor, Partner or Vendor? How to Contribute to a Company and Benefit By It.

Whether you are an engineer, scientist, artist, developer, financial whiz or just someone with a useful asset, odds are you’ve been asked to join, help or participate in a startup company. If so, and you’re wondering what options are available to participate, this blog article is for you. First, Evaluate Your Personal Preferences Before I […]

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Amazon to Start Displaying Sellers’ Names and Addresses on September 1, 2020

Sellers can maintain personal privacy and shield themselves from harassment by utilizing the Anonymous LLC. Beginning September 1, 2020, Amazon will display a seller’s business name and address on their Amazon.com Seller Profile page. For individuals, Amazon will display the individual name and address associated with the Amazon seller (typically a home address). Amazon is making this […]

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What Is a Land Lord’s Lien?

Most commercial leases include a Land Lord’s Lien Clause and many business owners don’t understand that magnitude of it. A Land Lord’s Lien is generally a clause written into a lease. What the clause does is allow a Land Lord to keep the property within a leased space should the tenant default on the payment […]

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