Please realize the information contained on this web site should not be construed as legal advice nor does it create an attorney-client relationship between us. It is simply here as a means for me to provide you some basic information for you to use when deciding on whether or not you need to hire an attorney. Because each case is different, it would be impossible for us to provide legal advice on a web site.
Business Law Issues
Waco TX Lawyer Gary Cunha handles all business law cases, including business formation, business planning,
tax planning, and business strategy. Besides being an attorney, Gary Cunha has a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and has
over twenty years of business experience, so whatever your business needs, Mr. Cunha can help. Mr. Cunha also has over twenty-five
years of computer experience, including technical support, software development, and software education and training. Mr. Cunha is
very competent to help you maximize your computer to build your business.
Business Formation and Planning
One of the first decisions
you must make is whether to start your business as a sole proprietorship, a partnership, a limited liability company (or LLC), or
a corporation (including non-profit corporation and S-corporation). Each form has its own advantages and disadvantages. We have helped
other businesses form each of those types of entity and can help you decide which is best for you. If you are wanting to form
a corporation (including an S-Corporation) or an LLC, please fill out the paperwork (link to the right) and deliver it to us prior
to your appointment so we can have your paperwork ready to go.
Anyone who has spoken with Mr. Cunha regarding
business strategy can attest that he can come up with a great amount of ideas for any business to help it succeed. Let him know what
your business goals are and Mr. Cunha can often help you acheive them faster than you dreamed.
Business Tax Planning
One of the
major advantages of going into business for yourself is the tax advantage you can get. Let us help you plan and run a legitimate business
utilizing part of your home and you can legally write off your business-related expenses. Remember as a business you will
probably be required to file a property tax rendition every year and pay taxes on the property you own. For McLennan County,
the rendition is due every year by April 15!
ARY UNHA, P.C.
Waco Texas Attorney and Counselor at Law