8a Joint Venture Partnership Agreement and SBA Approval Requirements

VMake Sure That Your 8(a) Joint Venture Agreement Gets Approved Before Contract Award Many companies lose out on lucrative joint venture contracts because they fail to meet the expressed terms of the solicitation requirements. Government Requests for Proposal (RFP) are sometimes set aside for 8(a) BD program participants. An important… Read more »

Forming a Limited Liability Partnership LLP in Colorado

Understand and apply the various nuances of an LLP before there are  disputes and its too late. Forming a Colorado limited partnership means operating a business with more than one owner. This type of business partnership offers owners some level of limited personal liability for business debts. Partnership laws in… Read more »

Advantages of a Partnership

When you consider the advantages of a partnership, a business can actually gain a stronger footing in overall business operations. Although the decision to form a business partnership has its pros and cons, the result can be a great benefit. The common fear for all start-up businesses is whether the… Read more »

What is a Business Partnership?

A partnership in business is the relationship formed between two or more persons who carry on a business or trade for a profit. A complete definition of a partnership agreement is determined on a state by state basis within the state statutes. Regardless of whether you have a business partnership agreement in place,… Read more »

Colorado Limited Liability Company LLC Partnership Agreement

Know the Basic Contents of  Your Colorado Limited Liability Company Partnership Agreement Although there may be other items that you want to include in a Colorado limited liability company  LLC partnership agreement, there are some important things that you may wish to consider before finalizing an executed operating agreement. Owners should keep… Read more »

General Partnership vs Limited Partnership

A Limited Partnership, as compared to a general partnership, is formed by two or more people doing business. At least person must act as the general partner. That person must have actual management authority for the day-day- activities of the company. This is in direct comparison to the other person(s) within the business… Read more »

Business Partnership Agreement Between Companies

A business partnership agreement between companies and individuals in Colorado is a necessary document when starting a business with more than one partners. Having this important business partnership agreement contract between two business partners can reduce the need for expensive litigation. It can also serve as a reminder between partners… Read more »

What is An Inverted Domestic Corporation? 6 U.S.C. 395

An Inverted Domestic Corporation (IDC) is a company that was previously incorporated in the United States or was a partnership in the US, but has now incorporated in a foreign country, or that have now become  subsidiaries whose parent corporations are now incorporated in a foreign country. The technical definition… Read more »

Single Member LLC Colorado

There are various types of business entities under the various state laws. In the case of a Colorado single member LLC, this business entity only has one member. Unless the business owner chooses to become a disregarded company for tax purposes, the IRS will treat your business like a corporation…. Read more »