Month: March 2015
For the first few years after you start a company, your business plan will serve as a roadmap for the entire enterprise. It will be a document you turn to repeatedly, whether to woo potential partners and investors or to make significant business decisions.
If you want to lay the groundwork for a stable business, it's essential to get your business plan right. Here are ... Read More
Most business owners start their business where it is most convenient, and choose to incorporate in the state where they live. But what if your business activities are not that simple? Many companies conduct business out-of-state, have partners or employees in different parts of the country and sell online. The simplest of procedures can complicate the legal processes involved in running a c... Read More
You're young, talented, full of ambition and you plan on taking the entrepreneurial world by storm. Of course, you're not quite sure where to begin but you've seen other young business owners do it, so why not get started, right? Wrong. As common as young entrepreneurs are becoming, there are many more stories of failure than of success. Make sure you're not one of the fo... Read More
Entrepreneurship can be a risk. There is nothing safe about quitting your day job, maxing out credit cards for capital and pitching an idea that may or may not succeed to investors in the hopes that they will fund you. Starting a business from scratch means having nerve, determination and drive. It can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience if you are willing to take the challenge.
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Incorporation is an important part of starting your own business, but the process can sometimes be confusing, especially when it comes to choosing which state to incorporate in.
There are a number of factors to consider when selecting which state your business will be incorporated in. One option is to simply incorporate in your home state. This involves filing incorporation paperwork a... Read More
The changing economy has forced many people to start thinking out of the box as far as their careers are concerned. According to Business Insider's Infographic, The State of U.S. Small Businesses, there are over 28 million small business in the United States, accounting for over 22 million self-employed individuals.
The economy is not the only reason to consider opening your own b... Read More