Because of this, I was not awarded the trademark and had to start all over.
Be very creative with your name and then check that name against the USPTO trademark database.
In return, each partner shares in the profits and losses of the business.” Now that you have your name and your structure, you’ll need to find someone to help you navigate the world of accounting for your business. With all of this said, don’t just pick the first CPA that you find. You’re going to be working very closely with your CPA, so find the one that is right for you and your company. This is the time when you want to take the short and long term goals you set for yourself and turn them into a business plan.
Try using the CPA Directory to get started, or just Google CPAs in your area. Get really detailed and try to map out your path for the next three to five years.
Scour the internet for already established companies. It’s okay, I was too when the question was posed to me.
You’ll eventually want to contact an attorney who works with trademark law. You want to decide early on if you need to be a DBA, LLC, C-Corp, S-Corp, etc.Just be creative and make sure your company stands out.Here’s a great article from Ian Mohr of GQ that gives you insight on There’s some great humor here — and a lot of truth.However, another company had a name close to what I had created.They were also using the same classification code I was applying for.This can be the hardest step in the entire process – but it doesn’t have to be. It’s also beneficial to write out your short term and long term goals.You should know going into all of this what you want to do, whether that be films, commercial, industrial, etc. Identify your strengths and see how you can build your company around them.Let’s go ahead and repeat what we said up top, because it’s a hard truth: Starting a production company isn’t easy. But if you dedicate yourself to it, then you can make it happen.I learned a thing or two after starting a production company of my own in 2013.Profits and earnings generated by the cooperative are distributed among the members, also known as user-owners.”A corporation (sometimes referred to as a C corporation) is an independent legal entity owned by shareholders.This means that the corporation itself, not the shareholders that own it, is held legally liable for the actions and debts the business incurs.”An S corporation (sometimes referred to as an S Corp) is a special type of corporation created through an IRS tax election.