Jacques Luben

Jacques Luben is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA degree from Columbia University. He has occupied management positions at Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley in New York City. In addition, for 15 years, he served as the Executive Director of Platinum Guild International (USA), a leading mining trade association with offices in six countries.

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Inc. Plan (USA) was launched as a full service incorporating firm in 1990. Since then, we have helped thousands of entrepreneurs generate tax savings and protect their personal assets by forming (and representing) their corporations in 50 states.We also serve the international business market. ... Read More
March 20, 2010Jacques Luben

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At this moment, a growing percentage of newly acquired properties are going into Limited Liability Companies (LLC’s) which offer critical self-protection and tax saving features. The LLC is certainly helpful in the current legal climate of blame, litigation and scapegoating. Even so, too many real estate businesses are ... Read More
March 20, 2010Jacques Luben

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Is Nevada the Right Jurisdiction to Register My New Company?In recent years, the state of Nevada has emerged as one of the most popular American “corporate homes” for U.S. and International clients of Inc. Plan (USA). Nevada offers shareholders a “business friendly” legal and tax free environment. Outlined ... Read More
March 20, 2010Jacques Luben

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For example, these are steps you can safely undertake yourself: Choose the right legal structure for you business…Corporation, Limited Liability Company or Partnership? This is a first but crucial step. Legal, tax, and financial protection are among the considerations. As complex as this appears to be, many incorporating agencies, such as Inc. ... Read More
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Starting to accept credit cards at your business can be a challenging task. The Credit Card Processing Industry is highly competitive, with many companies offering a broad range of services it is important for any business considering Merchant Services to understand these important factors; Benefits, Equipment Costs, Rates, Types ... Read More
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For years, Delaware has been regarded as one of the most favorable states for businesses, and a great resource for many individuals. Do Delaware benefits extend to the creation of trusts and asset protection? The answer is yes. In 1997, the Delaware Qualified Disposition in Trust Act (commonly ... Read More
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“LLC”, “Sub S”, “C” Corporation… This alphabet soup of legal formations is highly confusing to many start-up franchisees. However, just as every successful entrepreneur must understand basic accounting and insurance concepts to manage his (or her) business, it is equally important to make an informed judgment about the best ... Read More
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What is the difference between a "C" and an "S" corporation?All corporations start life as “C” corporations. As a benefit to small businesses which meet certain criteria, the Internal Revenue Service allows them to apply (via fapply-now-simpleorm 2553) for “S” status. This means that the corporation will be taxed simi-larly ... Read More
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Click on any question to go to the answer: Why should I incorporate? What is the difference between a “C” and an “S” corporation? Are there any drawbacks to being an “S” corporation? What is the difference between an “S” corporation and a Limited Liability Company? In what state should I incorporate? What is the advantage ... Read More
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by Jacques Luben, Editor Inc. Plan Business Review The most critical benefits of incorporating are the ability to:Establish a coporate identity, Protect a corporate identity, Take advantage of tax savings: The ‘S’ Corporation, Establish a coporate identity, The limited liability ESTABLISH A CORPORATE IDENTITY Incorporating your business means you ... Read More
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