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Start up Advisor
Starting a business requires that careful consideration be given to several areas, not only selecting an entity type, but understanding your options so that you can make a strong decision. These articles discuss business start up considerations and provide useful information on making a determination on what form of business will suit your needs.
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Business Start Up Articles
What You'll Find
Each article is based on a benefit of forming a business and compares the common entity types. Specifically, Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, Corporations and Limited Liability Companies. In some cases, a deeper examination will include different types of Corporations as well as single vs. multiple member LLC's, where there are differences or options to you, the business owner. You will find helpful side-by-side comparisons.
- Compare Forms of Business By Liability Protection – Review a breakdown of each common form of business by the liability protection benefits
- Compare the Entity Types by Costs – Evaluate the types of business entities by the costs associated with organizing
- Compare the Structures by Formalities and Compliance – Review the formalities of operating a business, learn about the different requirements each form of business has
- Complete Business Organization – Learn about the organizational and operational compliance measures any business owner should be aware of. These apply to Corporations or LLC's and we explain how to properly start up and maintain your business entity.
- Top Reasons to Form a Corporation – Find out what makes corporations such a strong choice when deciding to incorporate a business. We break out the 10 biggest factors and benefits that corporations offer and how they stack up against an LLC in some cases.