1. Where should I organize my business entity?

The state in which you should organize your entity depends on several factors, including the level of anonymity offered by a state, where your business is concentrated, the costs of doing business (e.g., filing fees) in a given state, where you have employees, etc.


2. How do I manage the finances of multiple business entities?

Many of Veil’s clients need at least one business checking account. The purpose of this account is to receive revenue on behalf of your investments and pay expenses when necessary. Assuming your business is profitable, you can make regular transfers from your business account to your personal account. It is very important that your business’ finances are managed by a business account rather than your personal account. Find a knowledgeable banker who can answer your questions and help with your business banking needs. Many of Veil’s clients have found it beneficial to work with large national banks that are accustomed to dealing with businesses that operate in multiple states.


3. How do I transfer property to my business from my personal name?

You can transfer real estate to a business entity by using either a warranty deed or quit claim deed. The type of deed you choose depends on a few factors – for example, whether the property being transferred is currently covered by a title insurance policy. Transferring personal property can be performed by changing its title (if the property has a title) or by using a bill of sale.


4. How do I contact Veil and other companies it works closely with?

Visit the contact us page to communicate with Veil and its partners.


5. What if I have questions about the Veil process?

We are here to help you address each of your questions and concerns. Please contact one of Veil’s representatives at 1-888-727-7387. Veil’s normal business hours are 8:30 – 5:30 MST, Monday through Friday.


6. If I’m buying property using IRA funds, do I need an LLC?

Some IRA companies are willing to place IRA-funded properties in an LLC, but these companies generally do not allow Veil to create these LLCs. IRA-funded transactions are subject to several rules; work closely with your IRA company for help during these transactions.


7. What are the differences between LLCs and corporations?

LLCs and corporations are both limited liability entities, so the owners of these entities are generally not personally liable for the debts and obligations of the company. You should be aware of a few key differences between the two types of entity. Most importantly, LLCs are much easier and simpler to own and operate than corporations. For new investors who are not accustomed to operating a business, it is generally best to choose an LLC in order to simplify your business as much as possible. However, corporations offer some clients big advantages. A corporation can offer its owners various tax advantages – speak with a tax professional to see if a corporation is the right form of entity for your investments.


8. What is a registered agent and why do I need one?

Each entity organized in the U.S. must have a registered agent. The registered agent’s main role is to receive important legal and tax information from third parties and forward that information to the entity’s management. The agent’s address must be publicly available. Veil offers this service to its clients on a flexible basis according to the needs of the business. Click here to learn more about this service.


9. Are state filing fees included in the Asset-Pro package?

No. State filing fees are not covered in the Asset-Pro Package.


10. How long does it take to set up a business entity?

It depends on the state where you want to organize your entity. Most states only take a few days to process articles of organization/incorporation, but others can take well over a month.

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