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BOSS-UP with Ladderblast.

Start your business today and build for yourself


Starting your business with Ladderblast comes with many great perks, register your business and begin your journey as a Blastronaught. 

Limited Liability Corporation

If you're starting a business, an LLC may be the perfect choice for you. This type of business entity offers the same liability protection as a corporation while keeping taxes simple and flexible. At our LLC, we specialize in helping businesses like yours get started on the right foot. Contact us today to learn how we can help you achieve your goals.

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Starting A Startup

A corporation is a legal entity created by filing formation documents with the state. Just like an LLC, it is separate from its owners and offers protection from business liabilities and debts. But that's not all: corporations also let you sell shares to investors and shareholders, which can help you raise funds and grow your business.

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What's in a name? A DBA

We specialize in assisting businesses with filing for a (DBA), so they can conduct business under a name that better reflects their brand. Our knowledgeable team will assist you in navigating the process and provide valuable support to ensure success. Get started today and take your business to the next level!

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Get Your Sellers Permit

Our comprehensive services cater to all California businesses planning to sell or lease tangible goods or personal property. Regardless of your business structure, we are here to help you navigate the necessary steps and requirements to obtain your permit to sell your products or services.

  • An LLC, or Limited Liability Company, is a type of business structure that combines the benefits of both partnerships and corporations. This means that LLCs enjoy the flexibility and tax benefits of a partnership, while also offering the liability protections of a corporation. In an LLC, owners are referred to as members, and they are not personally liable for any debts or legal issues that arise in the business.

  • A corporation is a legal entity that is separate from its owners or shareholders, created to conduct business and generate profits while limiting the liability of its owners. The ownership of a corporation is divided into shares of stock, and decisions are made by a board of directors who are elected by the shareholders.

  • A seller's permit is a type of state-issued tax identification number that allows businesses to collect sales tax from customers. This permit is necessary for any business that sells physical goods in a state that has sales tax. It is also sometimes known as a resale certificate or a sales tax permit. Getting a seller's permit is an important step in starting a business, as it ensures that the business complies with state tax laws.

  • Both LLCs and corporations protect owners’ personal assets from business liabilities or debts. But they have some key differences, including:

    • How they’re owned. LLCs have one or more individual members, but corporations have shareholders.

    • How they’re maintained. LLCs generally have less formal record-keeping and reporting requirements.

    • How they’re taxed. LLC profits usually pass through to members before taxes, while profits for some corporations are taxed at the company level first.

  • There are several business structures that may be suitable for your business - some will offer better personal asset protections than others. Our experts will assess your business situation and help you select a structure that will minimize your personal liability. These structures include limited liability companies (LLCs), corporations, and partnerships.

  • A doing business as (DBA) refers to the legal name a business uses publicly rather than its legal name. This business name is registered with the government to inform the public about who is operating the business. A DBA is often used by sole proprietors or partnerships who want to conduct business under a name that is different than their legal name.

  • Registration cost varies from state to state and formation structure. State fees start from $20 up to $250.

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