A new year is on the horizon, and that means new opportunities and the chance at a fresh start. For all of the motivated small business owners out there, 2015 is a perfect time to evaluate your enterprise from head to toe and make improvements as necessary.
No small business owner likes thinking about their legal needs. But like it or not, the law can have a major impact on your small business. From protecting your creations against copycats to negotiating the best deals with vendors, getting the legal side right is crucial for your business’s success.
The S-corporation is the most popular tax entity in the United States and the number of S-corps is increasing faster than any other type of entity. A for-profit, state-chartered corporation may elect S Corp status.
Many business owners think they are “too small” to incorporate. They wait until business picks up or they are ready to expand to tack on that legal structure. Here are some top reasons why you should consider incorporating now instead of waiting.
Running multiple businesses is not for the faint of heart—doing so requires a lot of work and dedication. But if you’re driven, motivated, and passionate about what you do and who you do it for, serial entrepreneurship might just be the next step to take your business in.
Considered the simplest business structure, the sole proprietorship is owned and operated by one person, and there’s no legal distinction between the owner and the business. It’s 100% legal for an entrepreneur to operate as a sole proprietor, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you should.
Small Biz Club is the premier destination for small business owners and entrepreneurs. To succeed in business, you have to constantly learn about new things, evaluate what you’re doing, and look for ways to improve—that’s what we’re here to help you do.