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This is a link to the Nolo Press materials related to business formation. Nolo is a great resource for people who are interested in doing some of the legal work on starting a business for themselves. Here is an excerpt from some of their materials:
Before you can decide how you want to structure your business, you’ll need to know what your options are. Here’s a brief rundown on the most common ways to organize a business:
limited liability company (LLC)
nonprofit corporation (not-for-profit), and
Sole Proprietorships and Partnerships
For many new businesses, the best initial ownership structure is either a sole proprietorship or — if more than one owner is involved — a partnership.
A sole proprietorship is a one-person business that is not registered with the state like a limited liability company (LLC) or corporation. You don’t have to do anything special or file any papers to set up a sole proprietorship — you create one just by going into business for yourself.
Legally, a sole proprietorship is inseparable from its owner — [READ MORE]
This is a link specifically to the Nolo Small Business Section.
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