raise start-up money
choose between a sole proprietorship, partnership or LLC
get licenses and permits
buy or sell a business or franchise
negotiate a favorable lease
insure your business
hire independent contractors safely
understand small business tax rules
pick and protect a good name
resolve legal disputes
adopt the best customer policies
enter into strong contracts
cope with financial problems
Incorporate Your Business clearly explains how to form a corporation in any state. It includes all the sample forms and information you need to prepare articles of incorporation and bylaws. It also fully discusses the advantages and tax consequences of incorporating your business.
Sole Proprietorship by Daniel SitarzNow in an updated and revised 3rd Edition, this valuable business guidebook provides business owners nationwide with everything necessary to set up and start a sole proprietorship in any state without using an attorney. Written in simple, straightforward language, the following are included: start-up questionnaires, business plans, marketing plans, financing plans, accounting forms and all of the legal forms and instructions necessary, including registration of the company name, and many more.