There are many entrepreneurs who have multiple interest and, as a result, have multiple businesses or multiple aspects to their current business.
If you are an entrepreneur who is thinking about expanding your business into an additional area, then it may be a good idea to create a new company, whether it be a Florida Corporation or Florida LLC.
For example, you may want one entity for your real estate transactions and a separate entity for your retail sales.
If your business is domesticated in another state or country, and you are considering doing business in Florida, then you must register to do business with the State of Florida.
There are many factors when determining what type of business entity (Florida LLC, Florida Corporation, etc.) is best for your business, including asset protection, liability and more. If you are unsure that your business formation is the correct model for your business, then you should schedule a business planning meeting with a Florida business law attorney to discuss your options.
If you are interested in forming/incorporating your Florida Corporation or Florida LLC, or you would like to schedule a business planning meeting to discuss your options with our business law attorneys, then contact Boyer Law Firm, P.L. today.