Business Structures: Forming a Corporation, LLC, Partnership, Or Sole Proprietorship
McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, Sep 24, 2007 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
Choose the Optimal Business Structure
Corporation, LLC, partnership, sole proprietorship…what's the difference, and which one is best for you? Experienced corporate attorney Michael Spadaccini answers those questions and provides all the tools you need to select, plan, organize, form, operate and maintain a business. Real-world scenarios help you analyze your business and evaluate the pros and cons of each business type. A complete reference section compares and contrasts the legal requirements, filing fees, taxation requirements and maintenance requirements for all 50 states. Spadaccini goes beyond choosing a structure to offer formation guidelines and maintenance requirements, ensuring your business' success.
Selecting the appropriate structure can spell the difference between success and failure. Structure your venture for success with this professional guidance.
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