When you are establishing and creating a new business in California, you have several different options to choose from, including sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability corporation (LLC), and different types of corporations. Another option, if you want to do business using a different name, is to create a DBA.
Now that you have obtained your California seller’s permit and started your business, you probably have grown and started hiring employees. This means that you will have to expand your current payroll processes from just paying yourself to paying others. Many of the same processes you already use can be used to pay your employees, although you will want to make sure that you implement the right processes to avoid these common payroll mistakes: