Starting a Business
your business may come with a seemingly endless pile of paperwork, the benefits are usually worth it in the long run.
By forming a corporation
or LLC, a business owner has the ability to raise investment capital. Both structures allow a business owner to protect his or her own assets, and limited liability
makes the company more attractive to investors.
With a corporation, the life of the company isn't dependent on the life of one particular person or group of people.
, all of the individual owners' rights and privileges are represented by the shares of stock they hold," reported Entrepreneur
. "The key to a quick and efficient transfer of ownership of the business is found on the back of each stock certificate, where there is usually a place indicated for the shareholder to endorse and sign over any shares that are to be sold or otherwise disposed of."
A corporation also has business name protection and flexibility when it comes to taxes. The appropriate structure depends on your business, but incorporating is certainly a beneficial move.
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