Want To Start A Business? Entity Choice Is One Of The First Steps
One of the first major decisions a business owner or owners are faced with (you know, other than creating a profitable business idea) is choosing which type of business entity makes the most sense for their new venture. Securing the right advice up front - from a legal professional - can help a business get off on the right foot and potentially avoid future headaches. Generally, the three types of business entities that are formed under various state laws are:
Limited Liability Partnerships
Limited Liability Limited Partnerships
Each entity presents its own set of pros and cons and making the selection of which to choose is based on the individual variables that are unique to the type of venture that is being undertaken. This post is the first of four posts in our Business Series this month that seek to provide a short summary of each of the foregoing entity types and their various characteristics. This information should form a starting point for determining which entity might be right for your business venture.
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