(Lovettsville, VA(WiredPRNews.com)) For ten years, Steven Pemberton, owner of Brown’s Moving and Hauling, operated as a sole proprietor. In the meantime, Steven has been honing his skills as a moving professional by offering his services–first as a moving assistant in 2000, and gradually working his way toward his own moving outfit in 2008. This year, Brown’s Moving and Hauling moved to a new business plateau by incorporating.
In seeking management advice for his business, Steven turned to AMamiMus Business Services (http://www.amamimus.com) and learned about the strategic advantages (and distinct disadvantages) of incorporation. From the taxation and financing perspective, Steven opted for S-incorporation and worked with his accounting firm to finalize the paperwork. Aside from the obvious management benefits, Steven has also noticed another benefit of incorporation: “Although I’ve been a professional in the moving industry for over ten years, my potential customers seem to display a different level of deference for my expertise…since we’ve added ‘Inc’ to the end of Brown’s Moving and Hauling.” Although Steven remains humble in the face of his business’ newly-minted, corporate status, since [as he says] “…we still go above and beyond for our customers…,” Brown’s Moving and Hauling, Inc continues to “…keep it moving” as Steven makes plans to expand beyond the DC, Maryland, and Virginia area.