Choosing a Legal Structure
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One of the most important choices you will make when forming your new business is which legal structure to choose from. Also called a business ownership structure or business form, choices include LLCs, partnerships, sole proprietorships, corporations, non-profits, and co-operatives. The type of business entity you choose will depend on several factors such as liability, taxation and record keeping; but the key is to find the best fit for your organization. The following resources will help you decide which legal structure is best for your business by examining the pros and cons of each, relevant investor issues and more.
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