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Sole proprietorships are easy and cheap to form but don't offer the limited liability or business legitimacy that many entrepreneurs want.
For many business owners, having a spouse as a business partner is an ideal situation.
If you're a freelancer or contractor, you're probably a sole proprietor, which means you're a business. Find what the advantages and disadvantages are for you.
C corporations are a good option for certain types of companies. Find out the advantages and pitfalls of this legal entity, and if it's right for your business.
Forming a partnership comes with certain advantages and disadvantages for new companies. Find out what they are and if a partnership is right for you.
Wondering what the differences between an S corp and a C corp are? Find out the advantages and disadvantages that an S corporation possesses.
A popular structure for new companies, LLCs offer a combination of liability protection and tax benefits not afforded to other business types. Learn more here.
Choosing the right business structure is an important first step for new companies. Learn about your options and their benefits and disadvantages here.