MaxFilings Announces its Biannual Scholarship Contest

scholarship contest opportunity

At MaxFilings, we take great pride in helping others reach their business goals and potential. We want to extend that helping hand to the next generation of entrepreneurs with the announcement of our biannual collegiate scholarship essay contest! Contest Details Entrants for the scholarship must answer the following essay question: “After ... More >

Don’t Waste Your Money on These 3 Marketing Strategies

Marketing strategies

Anyone involved in business marketing knows that it isn’t as simple as creating an advertisement and distributing it. Marketing strategies can range from hiring a marketing firm to handle all of your marketing needs, or handling it in-house DIY-style. Regardless of which approach your business takes, why waste money on marketing schemes that ... More >

Small Businesses Feeling a Hit From Recent Interest Rate Increases

Interest rate increase

Interest rate increases from the Federal Reserve have been upon us for several months now and businesses are beginning to feel their impact. Small and mid-sized businesses feeling the crunch the quickest and hardest. This data is based on info from Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine University and Dun & Bradstreet’s ... More >

3 Hiring Problems Your Small Business May Face

small business recruitment

Hiring new employees can be a daunting task and extremely difficult for small businesses. Not only do small business entrepreneurs often need more help recruiting employees, but the entire hiring process can take much longer than a big corporation. Two reasons for this extended recruitment time are a greater rate of employee turnover and the ... More >

Walking the Fine Line Between C Corporations vs. S Corporations:
Federal Taxation

Corporation Word Represents Business

C corporations and S corporations are similar. However, there are subtle differences in what restrictions exist for each kind of corporation. A “plain corporation,” a business that has been chartered by a state and require no changes after incorporation, is a C corporation. C corps will stay this way as long as these conditions are continued. If ... More >