Many professionals, including writers, visual artists, performing artists, and others should consider forming a corporation. There are numerous reasons for doing so including tax benefits, a corporation to hold your copyrights, and trademarks, and to protect your personal assets.
Creative artists should work with an attorney who understands the various California corporate forms that may best meet your needs. For many creative people, forming a corporation is a smart way to do business. A corporation can help add another layer of protection.
New creative artists, and established creative artists should consider incorporating because it also helps build credibility. Agents, and others tend to look at you as more professional if you have taken the time to incorporate.
We take great pride in helping creative artists create a business structure that meets their artistic goals. Contact our office today and let’s discuss the best way for you to protect your personal assets, and build your credibility within the artistic community.