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Business Issues Discussed in the Free Guide
- What is an LLC (Limited Liability Company)
- Benefits of an LLC
- Limited liability, fewer formalities, pass-through tax treatment
- Flexible allocation of business profits and losses
- LLC vs Corporation
- LLC vs. S Corporation
- Business Structures Chart
Exciting Next Steps!
That is a courageous step and one that can lead to rewards that no job can offer! When you are working for yourself, you have the opportunity to reap directly the rewards for your efforts while exercising greater control over how you spend your time. In addition, you will make the decisions that impact your future.
One of the first decisions you will make in running your new business is what legal form your business should take. If you have not thought about this yet, you should. If you do nothing, you will default into being a sole proprietorship. While you will not be alone in that regard, you may be missing out on many of the benefits afforded by creating a separate business entity and exposing yourself to liabilities by failing to do so. Many people avoid taking steps to create a distinct legal entity for their business because they believe it will be costly to do so. Not taking those steps, however, may be the costliest decision of all in the long run.
Even in the short run, using an experienced document filing service, such as CorpNet, can keep initial costs to a minimum. Using an online filing service such as CorpNet.com is a great way to get started in setting up your entity, you can save both time and money because we are fast, reliable and affordable, and our services are backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
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