Many businesses are incorporating in the state of Delaware, even if they are based somewhere else. But should you do it? For most companies, it makes more sense to incorporate in the state where the business operates, where the corporate office is located, or where the key employees are based. However, for larger companies, there can be numerous benefits to incorporating in the state of Delaware.rt-time employees?If you answer yes to both questions and you do not maintain an employer-sponsored retirement plan for your employees, you should know that California has a state mandated retirement plan known as CalSavers. This new California law promotes employee savings for retirement. Under this program, employers have no liability or fiduciary responsibilities. Further, employers have minimal administrative duties and are not responsible for administrative fees.