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Alpha Wealth Solutions

Premier business management consulting firm dedicated to:

Our Customers

Our commitment to excellence and client satisfaction

Our Core Values

  • Our Mission
  • OUr Vision

Mission statement:

Our mission is to empower our clients to achieve their financial goalsthrough innovative and strategic business management solutions. We strive to provideexceptional service and build long-term relationships based on trust and integrity.

Vision statement:

Our vision is to be the leading provider of business managementconsulting services, recognized for our expertise, reliability, and commitment to helpingclients navigate the complexities of the financial world.”

Our Services

Business Setup Consultation

Comprehensive guidance to help you establish your business from the ground up, including business planning, legal compliance, entity formation, market analysis, and location selection.

Strategic Business Planning:

Develop clear goals and actionable plans for success with our strategic business planning services, including goal setting, SWOT analysis, financial projections, and performance metrics.

Marketing and Branding:

Enhance your market presence with our marketing and branding services, offering brand development, marketing strategy, digital marketing, advertising campaigns, and market positioning.


  • Sole Proprietorship: A single-person business with no legal distinction between the owner and the business.
  • Partnership: A business owned by two or more individuals sharing profits, losses, and management responsibilities.
  • Limited Liability Company (LLC): Offers liability protection for owners while allowing flexible tax options and management structures.
  • Corporation: A legal entity separate from its owners, providing liability protection and the ability to raise capital through stock sales.
  • S Corporation: A special type of corporation that allows profits to be passed through to the owners' personal tax returns, avoiding double taxation.
  • Cooperative: An organization owned and operated by a group of individuals for their mutual benefit.
  • Liability Protection: Consider how much personal liability protection you need. Corporations and LLCs offer significant protection, while sole proprietorships and partnerships do not.
  • Taxation: Understand the tax implications of each entity. LLCs and S Corporations offer pass-through taxation, while C Corporations are subject to double taxation.
  • Management Structure: Decide on the level of management flexibility you want. LLCs offer flexible management options, whereas corporations have more rigid structures.
  • Funding Needs: If you plan to raise capital through investors or stock sales, a corporation might be the best choice.
  • Administrative Requirements: Consider the complexity and cost of forming and maintaining the entity. Corporations have more stringent requirements compared to sole proprietorships and LLCs.
  • Sole Proprietorship: Income is reported on the owner's personal tax return, and the owner is subject to self-employment taxes.
  • Partnership: Profits and losses are passed through to the partners' personal tax returns, and partners pay self-employment taxes on their share.
  • LLC: Can choose to be taxed as a sole proprietorship, partnership, or corporation. Typically offers pass-through taxation, avoiding double taxation.
  • Corporation (C Corp): Pays corporate taxes on profits, and shareholders pay taxes on dividends, leading to double taxation.
  • S Corporation: Offers pass-through taxation, so profits are taxed only at the shareholder level, avoiding double taxation.

Step 1: Determine Your Business Needs and Goals

  • Assess your liability protection needs, tax preferences, and management structure.

Step 2: Consult with a Legal or Financial Advisor

  • Seek professional advice to understand the implications of each entity type and make an informed decision.

Step 3: File the Necessary Paperwork with the State

  • Register your business entity with the appropriate state authorities. This typically involves filing articles of incorporation for corporations or articles of organization for LLCs.

Step 4: Obtain Any Required Licenses and Permits

  • Ensure you have all the necessary licenses and permits to operate legally in your industry and location.

Step 5: Create an Operating Agreement or Bylaws

  • For LLCs, draft an operating agreement outlining the management structure and operating procedures. For corporations, create bylaws detailing governance and operations.

Step 6: Register for Taxes

  • Obtain an Employer Identification Number (EIN) from the IRS and register for state and local taxes as required.

What our clients are saying

Alpha Wealth Solutions made starting my business a seamless experience. Their expert guidance in creating a business plan and navigating legal requirements was invaluable."
Leonie Desroses,
"The strategic business planning services from Alpha Wealth Solutions were a game-changer for us. They helped us set clear goals, conducted a detailed SWOT analysis, and provided financial projections that have kept us on track. Their insight and strategic approach have been crucial to our success."
Chidi Georges Ani
Founder of Sahara Consulting Services
"Alpha Wealth Solutions transformed our marketing and branding efforts. Their expertise in brand development and digital marketing elevated our market presence significantly. The advertising campaigns they crafted brought in a wave of new customers. We are thrilled with the results!"
Stanley Paul
Manager of Spyguard Consulting LLC
"The real estate investment and tax savings strategies provided by Alpha Wealth Solutions have been outstanding. Their comprehensive guidance on property selection, investment planning, and tax optimization has maximized our returns. We are extremely satisfied with their service."
Adianite Viviens
Founder of BA Property Management