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In the excitement of driving a new business off the lot, many entrepreneurs gloss over the different business organization types available. This is especially true for individuals looking to start a small business or home-based venture who turn to sole proprietorship as a way to get started quickly and avoid the expense of incorporation, legal fees, and other filing considerations.
And for many sole proprietorships, the combination of insurance coverage, keeping overhead costs low, and generating consistent revenue is enough to survive and even flourish. However, when the economic forecast delivers storms, small businesses may find making ends meet to be an insurmountable challenge. And many sole proprietors do not realize that, when it comes to bankruptcy for small business, their personal assets can be seized.
Here are some important facts about sole proprietorship and sole proprietorship bankruptcy that you should know:
Overall, a sole proprietorship is a quick way to get a venture running, which could be key in raising capital. However, as your small business becomes more financially viable, it is key to consider incorporation to protect yourself from being held personally liable for the business and to create infrastructure that will enable future growth for your venture.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.
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