Enforcing Your Non-compete Agreement in Texas

As we've discussed in prior articles, non-compete agreements are generally enforceable in Texas, as long as the agreements meet basic contract requirements, such as consideration and mutual performance, and are fairly specific as to length of time and geographical scope. Do I need to use … [Read more...]

Income taxation of Texas limited liability companies: an overview

Many new business owners choose to organize their businesses as limited liability companies because this form of business provides some of the best qualities of a corporation and a partnership.  An LLC offers its members considerable tax flexibility.  A College Station Texas business attorney can … [Read more...]

Dissolution of a Texas Business

Just as partnerships, LLCs, S-Corps, and corporations are formed when starting a business, these entities must be properly dissolved if the business entity reaches a point where it can no longer remain in operation. You should seek the assistance of a Bryan, Texas business attorney to provide you … [Read more...]

Where should I go for tax return preparation?

We use a certified public accountant in our local area who commonly deals with small business owners. However, there is no right or wrong answer to this question. The IRS website does offer some very practical tips on choosing a tax preparer. They recommend the following: A paid preparer must … [Read more...]