By: Steve Masur All expats know and share the struggle of dealing with U.S. administrative, fiscal, and immigration-related processes and issues. Do yourself a favor and request an ink stamp in your passport during your next entry in the U.S. As an expat in the U.S., it’s important to stay informed about the latest updates […]
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By Steven Masur and Lydia Amamoo There’s something new and amazing happening in corporate law. Decentralized Autonomous Organizations, or DAOs. DAOs represent an evolution of corporate law that moves at the exponential speed of technology. What is a DAO? In its simplest form, a DAO is a self-governing group of people who control a bank […]
Driven entrepreneurs have the power to change the world. In this series, we interview founders who are making a difference by launching innovative products and services which are changing the landscape of business, finance, content creation, fine art, and more. In today’s interview, we answer your basic questions about DAOs (Decentralized Autonomous Organizations). […]
By: Steve Masur Corporate formalities are steps that your business must take to ensure that your corporation remains legally distinct from its owners. The majority of these steps include keeping separate records for corporate activity, holding regular meetings for corporate directors, and maintaining a financial independent account for your corporation. You should be careful to observe […]
By: Gabriel Goldenberg & Natasha Harris, with comments from Steven Masur Leading angel investor Jason Calacanis’ Rule of Startups is “If your startup isn’t sending you monthly updates it’s going out of business.” In other words, keeping your investors up to date on what you’re doing is crucial in generating investor engagement and building the […]
By: Steven Masur, Tim Fisher, and Danielle Cerniello We recently analyzed whether entrepreneurs should close their LLC and open a corporation (more specifically, C-Corp) to reduce or avoid capital gains tax on the sale of their company under Section 1202 QSBS (qualified small business stock). In response, this article will take a deeper dive into […]
By: Steven Masur Intellectual property refers to the original creations of the mind. Such creations can include inventions, artwork, product names, written works, website content, computer programs, to name a few. Unfortunately, intellectual property is often plagiarized, and can be done so in many forms. For instance, one can pass-off the ideas or words of […]
By: Steve Masur If your company plans on doing business out of the state of formation, then you must register to do so. This process is known as foreign qualification and it’s pretty straightforward, but nearly always requires filing documents and paying fees. When forming a corporation or LLC, many people are confused about the […]
Driven entrepreneurs with a great idea can have the power to change the world. In this series, we interview founders and CEOs that are making a difference by launching innovative products and services which are changing the landscape of business, finance, content creation, fine art, and more. Devin Gilmartin, Tegan Maxey & Steff Vermeesch are […]
By: Lauren Mack and Ilana Faibish NFTs (or Non-Fungible Tokens) are the latest blockchain-based craze to take over the Internet. Memes, tweets, sports highlights, Charmin toilet paper GIFs, and yes, even quarantine flatulence recordings have been minted into NFTs and sold. But while some artists may be making millions selling NFTs, many questions still remain […]