John Vanhara on May 23rd, 2013

Do you need to establish your company in Nevada and also need small office? We have some available offices in Minden, NV (Lake Tahoe area about 10 minutes from Carson City).




Would you like to have an easy online tool, which would help you keep track days you spend in California vs. Nevada?

IncParadise Calendar


Residency calendar works for people who need to track how many days they spent in each location. You can set up your customized locations and categories. For example how much time you spend on business trips or vacations.

There is an option to do estimates and plan for the future. That way you see whole year estimate as nice graph.

If you want to try it please send us email or write in the comments.

John Vanhara on February 27th, 2012

Labels on wine or other alcohol bottles—which must be pre-approved by TTB—are an important source of information for consumers. Before you start importing alcohold to U.S.A. you need to get your label approved for each product you will be importing.

More informatin about Cola certification.

If you are looking for an assistance we can provide COLA certification. Contact

If you are a foreign winery interested in selling U.S. market we can help.

The laws for selling wine in U.S. market are quite complicated. The wine import & export business is heavily regulated by federal government and each individual state.

For example you can check the following resources:

If you are looking for someone who can lead you through the whole process please contact us. We can help you obtain your own licenses or help you import your wine with minimum hassle.

John Vanhara on February 23rd, 2012

John Vanhara (IncParadise CEO) is one of the investors on Czech version of TV show known as Dragons’ Den in the U.K or Shark Tank in the U.S.A.

John was especially interested in investing in businesses looking to expand globally. The show will be on air in Czech Republic in April 2012


Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller is aggressively targeting businesses claiming a home-based business exemption on their Nevada Business License. Miller says the filings, which are often intentionally false, are costing the state tens of millions of dollars in unclaimed revenue and placing an unfair disadvantage on businesses that comply with the licensing regulations. As of Saturday, August 6, 2011 any business applying for a license and claiming the exemption will be required to provide specific information that will verify the business’s location as a residence and net earnings of less than $27,000 per year. Letters requesting verification are being sent to the more than 60,000 businesses already claiming the exemption, and businesses that do not respond will have their license status revoked.

Read the whole story here.

If you want to see the new exemption form which needs to be filed with Business License Exemption