1 - BUSINESS START-UP INFORMATION Business Basics A pdf covering business plans, marketing plans, managing cash flow, measuring performance, financing your business, utilizing technology, insurance options for your business, and resources for veteran entrepreneurs. At A Glance Business Structure Compares sole proprietorships, partnerships, LLC’s, S corporations, and C corporations (income taxation, liability, self employment tax, loss deductibility, and special considerations. Basic Considerations in Starting A Business Leads the prospective business owner through the thought process and what has to be done to start a business. How to Start A Business SBA article) Addresses getting started, reasons to start a business, picking the right kind of business, choosing the niche you will fill, a pre-business check list, and business plan preparation. Is Entrepreneurship For You? Lists personal questions a prospective business should ask before going into business. Legal and Tax Issues for Small Business Jon Olson’s workshop presentation addressing types of business entities and legal and tax issues for small business. Naming Your Business the Right Way (Joe Recka) Addresses screening business names, starting a Wisconsin business, registering the company name, and conducting clearance searches. Partnership Agreement Checklist 30 points to consider when setting up a partnership agreement. Pick Proper Business Entity For Your Start-Up (SCORE newspaper article) Addresses sole proprietorships, S corporations, and LLC’s Research is Essential to Business Rhonda Abrams’ article as to what a prospective business owner should consider before making a financial commitment for starting a business. Selection of A Business Entity Addresses various forms of business entities, considerations relating to selection of entity, and advantages/disadvantages of each type of entity Should You Form An LLC? Overview of LLC’s, including pros and cons What to do When Starting A Business Discusses what needs to be done prior to start up, duties connected with start up, and ongoing operations.
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