According the United States Small Business Administration¿s most recently released date, there are more than 9 million small businesses in the United States and almost 250,000 new ones started every year. Of those new businesses, half will fail in the first 12 months and part of that failure is due to the lack of information about how to start and develop that business. Without the right legal form of business, you may end up paying too much in taxes, failing to comply with certain laws, or miss out on certain breaks that you deserve. This book provides you with a complete guide, discussing all four major forms of business, which one is right for you, and how your decision may affect you in the future. The first thing you will read about is the list of non-legal issues you need to deal with before you start the business creation process. In addition, you will learn which form of business is ideal for your particular situation with a short overview of each type, a comparison of what each offers, and how the legal implications of each might apply to you. You will learn specifically how to choose between an LLC and a corporation in instances where it might not be immediately clear which is best for you. You will also learn which special business structures are best suited to your needs if you do not fit into any of the four primary categories.
Fontana, P. K.
Choosing the right legal form of business
the complete guide to becoming a sole proprietor, partnership, LLC, or corporation
Ocala, Fla. : Atlantic Pub. Group, c2010
288 p. :,ill. ;,23 cm
Statement of Responsibility:
by P.K. Fontana ; foreword by Kyle J. Lavender
Before you start your business
Overview of business structures
Changing your business structure
Branch Call Number:
346.73065 F679c 2010
Includes bibliographical references and index
Business enterprises Law and legislation United States