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FORMS OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATION 1.0
 
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Forms of an Organization
 
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There are 4 forms of business organizations: Sole Proprietorship; Partnership; Corporation & Cooperative.
Forms of Business Organizations
 
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Brief video lecture by David Jaroszewski, Director of Paralegal Studies at Lee College, Baytown, Texas.
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Session 01: Objective 2 - Forms of Business Organization
 
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The Finance Coach: Introduction to Corporate Finance with Greg Pierce Textbook: Fundamentals of Corporate Finance Ross, Westerfield, Jordan Chapter 1: Introduction to Corporate Finance Objective 2 - Key Concepts: Sole Proprietorship: Pros & Cons Partnership (General vs. Limited): Pros & Cons Corporation: Pros & Cons Factors to Consider Unlimited vs. Limited Liability Corporate Formation: Articles of Incorporation & Bylaws More Information at: http://thefincoach.com/
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Forms of Business Ownership
 
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Forms of Business Organization
 
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For an entrepreneur to start a business what type of business options are available? For an entrepreneur to start a business the following forms of business are available. The following forms are business are available as a choice for a business man to start a new venture.. - Sole proprietorship: This form of business is owned, managed and controlled by a single person, responsible for procuring all the required funds. The business can not be transferred into others’ name. The owner is liable for all the losses and all the profits are enjoyed by the owner only. This kind of business is easier to start and shut down. It has very limited liability. - Partnership: This form of business is owned, managed and controlled by two or more persons. These persons enter a mutual oral or on paper agreement to form the partnership and share the profits and losses together. This form of ownership has unlimited liability. Each partner enjoys implied authority. Each partner is liable for their and others’ actions. Partners can transfer their shares or sell them after getting a consent from other partners. Partners can discontinue the partnership by giving a notice. It continues as long as all the partners are willing to continue. - Joint Hindu Family Business/firm (HUFs): Joint Hindu Family or Hindu Undivided Family Business is prevailing only in India. It is governed by Hindu law. This form of business is owned, managed and controlled by male members of a joint Hindu family. HUFs have been defined under Hindu law as a family comprising male who have a common ancestor, including their wives and unmarried daughters. This form of partnership is formed by the status or operation of Hindu law. Only members born in the family can become partners. Others can also become partners but only if they are adopted by someone in the family. Only the eldest male member has rights to manage or verify the accounts of the business. Liability is defined by the share a partner has in the business. However, the eldest member, also known as Karta, has unlimited liability. Any new born male can become the member. The business can be shut down only if all the members provide their consent. - Cooperative: A cooperative form of business is formed by a society. Its primary object is mutual help. Profit is secondary objective. Members can join or leave at their own will. The members select the management committee which will be responsible for managing the affairs of the business. The capital is procured from the members. Shares can not be transferred. This form of enterprise is limited by the Cooperative societies act and the State cooperative societies act. Profits are limited to 9% of the share. Excessive profits are shared among members depending on their contribution to the society. - Joint Stock Company: For a private company minimum two persons are required and for a public company minimum seven persons are required. In addition to this, the company exists as an individual and has its own personality. Thus the company will have a common seal which is used as a signature of the company. The company neither has any liability nor it can have any shares. The company is managed by the directors. The actions of the company are governed by The Indian Companies Act, Memorandum of Association, Articles of Association. The company can be liquidated through legal proceedings. Additional content on this topic can be found at http://www.eduxir.com/curriculum/cbse/class-xii/entrepreneurship/entrepreneurial-planning/
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Choosing The Entity That Best Fits Your Business Needs...
 
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When creating your business, you have four basic entity types you can choose to use. You can choose to be a Sole Proprietorship, this is the simplest option to start a business. Then you have General Partnership, S Corporation, C Corporation, and Limited Liability Company. Each one has its advantages and disadvantages, based on what you sell, your business's finances, and the number of owners the business will have. As a business owner you have to select the structure that best fits your business needs.
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Finding the Right Business Structure
 
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Will you form a sole proprietorship? A partnership? A corporation? A limited liability company? There are pros and cons to each. Watch this video to learn how each structure can affect operations, registration and filing fees, liability, and taxation.
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"forms of business organisation" "11th class chapter 2nd" part-1फॉर्म  ऑफ़ बिज़नस आर्गेनाईजेशन
 
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Business Studies - Organisation Structure: Business Exam Tips
 
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Get Unlimited Access to GCSE Tutor Videos & Online Revision Here for £19.99: http://www.revisionapp.co.uk/product/online-gcse-revision. Businesses can be very complex organisations with many hundreds or thousands of people working in them in many different roles. In order to manage their resources effectively, businesses must have clear organisational structures in place. Organisational structures include the different relationships between people in an organisation. For example in some cases, an employer might want to have a very formal relationship between people in the organisation in others it might be more relaxed. This happens in every day life too. Think about any organisation you're a part of. Do you call the other people by their first names? Do you call them by their title? What about the other members themselves? Do they call each other 'Mrs D', 'Dr X' or 'Mr M' or do they refer to each other by their first names? How do they refer to the the person leading the organisation? Different levels in a business are referred to as hierarchies. A hierarchy occurs where people are given some sort of title or rank that signifies their importance in the organisation. All businesses have employees working at different levels of responsibility. At the bottom, a business depends on its operatives to produce the products or services. Team leaders often perform the day-to-day management role, with operational managers setting direction and strategy for the business as a whole. The number of employees in each level will depend on the business' organisational structure. It is important to determine who takes responsibility for decision making, who reports to who and who to blame when things mess up (or who gets the pat on the back if things go well!) There are three typical organisational structures. They are known as hierarchical, flat and matrix. A hierarchical structure is typical in large companies where each level of employee reports upwards and each level has a narrow span of control. The downside of this type of structure is that it can often lead to significantly slower communication and decision making. A flat organisational structure has much less levels of hierarchy and wider spans of control. This means employees at each level can communicate with managers more easily and quickly. However, this usually means that workers take more responsibility for decision-making. The benefits of this are that it may encourage a more dedicated and motivated workforce. Typically this type of structure is used in small businesses and start-ups. A benefit of this structure is that it allows the business to change rapidly to respond to the market, customers or competitors. However, this only applies if the staff are well trained and are actually capable of making the changes. Lastly, a matrix structure gathers employees who hold the relevant expertise in order to help the business to meet its goals. The people selected come from different levels and departments within the business. The structure can be used in both hierarchical and flat organisations and are typically used for specific projects. Individual team members may come from different parts of the business, regardless of their usual location in the hierarchy. Obviously once a project is over the matrix will be disbanded.
Corp 101: The Basics of Corporate Structure
 
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http://businessroundtable.org/ Corporations 101: The Basics of Corporate Structure. Check back soon for more on the inner workings of corporations. https://www.facebook.com/BusinessRoundtable
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Legal forms of business
 
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Creating Your Business Organization Structure
 
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Here's a short video to help you create a compelling organization chart for your business.
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What is organizational structure?
 
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What in the world is organizational structure? Check out this explainer video for a quick and easy walkthrough. LEARN MORE AT http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/organizational-structure.html?utm_source=youtube Copyright©2016 WebFinance, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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Sole Proprietor, LLC, or Corporation? - All Up In Yo' Business
 
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What The Heck is an S Corporation?: https://youtu.be/i5to7Da3wMw Top 10 Things Every LLC Needs: https://youtu.be/T826TLGEK9w The three most common types of structures for a small business are the sole proprietor, LLC, and corporation. These are by no means the only options for business structure; there are many more options out there (e.g., general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, cooperatives, non-profit corporations, etc.). If you are operating as a sole proprietor, this means that you have not really formed any legal structure of a business entity. If you are just an individual making income from providing services or selling products and you have not registered anything with your state, then you are already operating as a sole proprietor. If you are operating under a trade name (e.g., if I am operating a lawn mowing service under the name “Aiden’s Lawn Mowing Service,” that would be the trade name), then you should file a Statement of Trade Name with the Secretary of State in order to register the fact that you are operating under that trade name. However, just because you file your trade name does not mean that you are an LLC or any kind of entity; you are still just a sole proprietor. The LLC is the most popular entity formation and that is because (in Colorado, at least) an LLC is inexpensive and relatively simple to start and run. To form an LLC, all you have to do is file Articles of Organization with the Secretary of State (or whatever agency operates business organizations in your state) and boom! you've got yourself an LLC. Of course, there are other things you need to do to make sure your LLC is going to protect you personally and to avoid piercing the corporate veil. Similar to a sole proprietor, all of the income to the business is taxed as if it were personal income to the business owner. Finally, the biggest difference between an LLC and sole proprietor is that an LLC does give you that liability protection. So, if there is a lawsuit, or if the LLC is subject to some liability, then you as the business owner should be personally protected and your personal assets would most likely be safe from those liabilities. When I say "corporation" in this context, I am referring to a C-Corporation specifically. (I'm going to touch on the S-Corporation in just a minute.) The corporation is a little bit more complicated and expensive to set up, but there are some instances where it would be useful to have a corporation. First, it’s important to know that there are three groups of players in a corporation: Shareholders, Board of Directors, and Officers. Shareholders are basically the owners; they own shares of the corporation. The Board of Directors is responsible for making decisions about the operation of the corporation. And the Officers are generally those that are actually participating in the business and managing the business and all of its activities. Despite these various players, a small business can still form as a corporation and the Shareholder, Board of Directors, and Officers can all be one person. In other words, one person can hold multiple positions within the corporation. To create a corporation, you will need to file Articles of Incorporation with the Secretary of State. You will also need to write Bylaws, which are essentially the same as an Operating Agreement. The Bylaws say how the corporation is going to be run and managed and operated. If there are going to be multiple shareholders, then you will probably also want to have a Shareholder Agreement. One of the biggest drawbacks of a corporation is that corporations are subject to double taxation. When money comes into the business it is taxed at the corporate rate as income to the corporation, then when money is distributed to the shareholders, it is taxed again as dividends to the shareholders. Finally, just like an LLC, the corporation provides liability protection to the Shareholders, the Board of Directors, and the Officers in most instances. Contact Aiden and learn more at www.180lawco.com. [email protected] | 720-379-3425 Thumbs up & subscribe if you want more AUIYB! The information provided in this video should not be construed or relied on as legal advice for any specific fact or circumstance. Its content was prepared by 180 Law Co. LLC, with its principal office located at 50 S. Steele Street, Suite 250, Denver, CO 80209. This video is designed for entertainment and information purposes only. Viewing this video does not create an attorney-client relationship 180 Law Co. LLC or any of its lawyers. You should not act or rely on any of the information contained herein without seeking professional legal advice. All Up In Yo’ Business® is a registered trademark of 180 Law Co. LLC. ©180 Law Co. LLC. All rights reserved.
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Chapter 5 Forms of Business Ownership (Part 1 of 2).
 
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Lectures on Forms of Business Ownership.
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How To Choose The Right Legal Structure For Your Business
 
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http://www.fitsmallbusiness.com In today's video we are going to discuss business structures and how to know which business legal structure is right for your business.
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Types of Business Organizations
 
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Types of Business Organizations: This short video discusses the four main types of business organizations. It will also provide some advantages and disadvantages for the types of organizations.
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Alternatives form of business organization
 
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Generally there are three types of business organization. First sole proprietorship, second partnership and third corporation. Carefully study their pros and cons before we want to decide the best option.
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Session 01: Objective 2 - Forms of Business Organization (2016)
 
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The Finance Coach: Introduction to Corporate Finance with Greg Pierce Textbook: Fundamentals of Corporate Finance Ross, Westerfield, Jordan Chapter 1: Introduction to Corporate Finance Objective 2 - Key Concepts: Sole Proprietorship: Pros & Cons Partnership (General vs. Limited): Pros & Cons Corporation: Pros & Cons Factors to Consider Unlimited vs. Limited Liability Corporate Formation: Articles of Incorporation & Bylaws More Information at: http://thefincoach.com/
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Forms of Business Organization
 
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This Lecture talks about Forms of Business Organization
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What Is Corporate Form Of Business Organization?
 
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Options for business structure types corporation advantages and disadvantages accountingtools. Its formation and its internal operations are governed by state law aug 23, 2017 a corporation is legal entity, organized under laws, whose investors the management team of can operate business. Html the advantages of corporate form business organization smallbusiness. In this chapter you study the corporate form of business organization in. Googleusercontent search. Corporate form of business ownership flashcards forms organization kcsourcelink. In order to maintain this limited liability, the corporation's owners must follow a number of legally required whenever you start business, will have select one organizational type when deciding form corporation or llc, business mar 9, 2009 sole proprietorship is simplest under which liability company (llc) america's newest organization. Business structures which one is best for your business findlaw. Quasi public legal forms of business comparison. Pros and cons why form a corporation? Small business law. Corporations types advantages disadvantages examples. Learn vocabulary organization that does not pay taxes and exist to make a profit. Html the advantages of corporate form business organization and disadvantages principlesofaccounting. When a business incorporates, its owners have limited liability protection against the company's debts and obligations. Depending on state law, corporations generally must keep records of annual meetings, share ownership and other corporate formalities sole proprietorships are the most numerous form business organization in united a corporation is legal entity doing business, distinct from as with any structure, have certain advantages disadvantages. Although corporations are fewer in number learn how incorporate can help you form a c corp for your business. Following is a discussion of the main pros and cons forming corporation. Probably the single greatest disadvantage of corporate form is a business operation that declares as separate, legal entity guided by group officers known board directors small in this chapter, you study organization greater detail than preceding chapters. C corporations (c corps) file irs form 1120 to report corporate income the internal revenue service (irs). Each form has start studying corporate of business ownership. Mar 28, 2014 a business corporation is the most complex form of organization. The basics of business structure types businesses corporation entrepreneur. Chron advantages corporate form business organization 370. What is the organizational structure of a c corp? . So you may want to consult with an accountant and attorney help select the form of ownership that is right for if corporate business organization has so many advantages over sole proprietorship, why it common small businesses initially be compared other entities, corporations offer advantages, such as liability protection ease transferring shares. What is a c corporation
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Forms of Business Organization
 
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SOLE PROPRIETORSHIP | A sole proprietorship is a business owned by one person. This is the simplest type of business to start and is the least regulated form of organization. PARTNERSHIP | A partnership is similar to a proprietorship except that there are two or more owners (partners). In a general partnership, all the partners share in gains or losses, and all have unlimited liability for all partnership debts, not just some particular share. The way partnership gains (and losses) are divided is described in the partnership agreement. CORPORATION | The corporation is the most important form (in terms of size) of business organization in the world. A corporation is a legal “person,” separate and distinct from its owners, and it has many of the rights, duties, and privileges of an actual person. Corporations can borrow money and own property, can sue and be sued, and can enter into contracts. A corporation can even be a general partner or a limited partner in a partnership, and a corporation can own stock in another corporation. I AM NERD EN on Twitter: https://twitter.com/IamNerdEN I AM NERD EN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iamnerden I AM NERD EN YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/iamnerden I AM NERD EN on Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/117783883758152374288/+Iamnerd-blogBlogspot/posts?pageId=117783883758152374288
How to Choose the Right Business Structure
 
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Introduction to business 1: Business structures
 
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Should you operate your new business as a sole trader, partnership, or company? In this animated video, Inland Revenue explains three common business structures.
Corporations and limited liability | Taxes | Finance & Capital Markets | Khan Academy
 
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Why people set up corporations. Created by Sal Khan. Watch the next lesson: https://www.khanacademy.org/economics-finance-domain/core-finance/taxes-topic/corporate-taxation/v/is-limited-liability-or-double-taxation-fair?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=financeandcapitalmarkets Missed the previous lesson? Watch here: https://www.khanacademy.org/economics-finance-domain/core-finance/taxes-topic/taxes/v/married-taxes-clarification?utm_source=YT&utm_medium=Desc&utm_campaign=financeandcapitalmarkets Finance and capital markets on Khan Academy: In exchange for being treated as a person-like-legal entity (and the limited liability this gives for its owners), most corporations pay taxes. This tutorial focuses on what corporations are, "double taxation" and a few ways that multinationals might try to get out of paying taxes. About Khan Academy: Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Our math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps. We've also partnered with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialized content. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything Subscribe to Khan Academy’s Finance and Capital Markets channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ1Rt02HirUvBK2D2-ZO_2g?sub_confirmation=1 Subscribe to Khan Academy: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy
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BBA Business Law: Module 5, Part A - Forms of Business Organization
 
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DISCLAIMER: This video is created and made available for educational purposes only. The author does not represent or warrant the accuracy or reliability of the content. Do not rely on any of the content as legal or financial advice. Always consult a legal or financial professional before entering into any transactions or arrangements.
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Business Enterprise Song
 
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This is a "Law Lessong" - a law lesson in a song, that summarizes the principal forms of Business Organizations. Audio files for more law lessongs can be found here: http://sites.google.com/site/blawprof/lawlessongs(lawless... More "Law Lessong" videos will be posted at the Legal Studies Classroom blog: http://legalstudiesclassroom.blogspot.com/ The melody is based on "Who Says You can't Go Home" written by Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora and originally recorded by Bon Jovi: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Who_Says_You_Can't_Go_Home . No copyright infringement is intended. This song is offered and intended for educational use only and has no commercial value. Business Enterprise Song Lyrics by M. DeAngelis Tune based on: Who Says You Can't Go Home Form a partnership, it's so easy to do Just go into business with a friend or two Sharing profits and sharing management will do. There's personal liability Responsibility, jointly and severally But beneficial taxation status will accrue Which form will you choose? CHORUS: Business Enterprise General Partnership or maybe a Limited one applies Anticipate what problems might arise Business Enterprise Get your business organized You can use a Corporate form no matter the size Or perhaps an LLC might be wise. Business Enterprise Do it right, do it right, do it right, do it right, do it right . . . Perhaps you need a liability shield But the partnership form you would rather not yield The limited partnership might be for you You need to file paper work with the state And the limited partners may not participate In management or lose their protection if they do. Which form will you choose? Chorus A Corporate form is popular no doubt But from management the shareholders are left out This protects them from the pers'nal liability blues Taxation rules are tough, income gets taxed twice And the corporate formalities must be precise Or the liability shield you're bound to lose Which form will you choose? Limited Liability Company The newest form of business is the LLC It's member owned and managed this is true. But there's no pers'nal liability And little restriction on member eligibility Taxation like a partnership will just "pass through." Which form will you choose? Chorus
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BASIC FORMS OF OWNERSHIP | BASICS OF BUSINESS
 
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What Is The Best Form Of Business Organization?
 
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Legal Forms of Business Organization
 
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Business Entities - Partnership
 
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What Are The Different Types Of Business Organizations?
 
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14 mar 2007 since different businesses attempt to do different things, different types of people are responsible for public sector organisations public sector have different forms of business organisation like a proprietary concern, (c) direct motivation in sole proprietorship form of business organisations. A sole proprietorship is a business owned by one person. Studyfinance types of business organization. There are four different types of structure options, legal forms business comparison. Types of business organisations types organisation organizations learn accounting online, for free!. Expected profit (or loss) of the business. In order to decide choose any. There are three main types of business organizations sole proprietorship, partnership and corporation. Following are the main types of business 12 jun 2013 there three (3) forms organization (1) sole it is important to understand differences among various 18 mar 2017 find here a basic overview 8 different and in india along with features, advantages disadvantages organizationscourtland adon apublished online 17 2008 21 oct 2014. Types of business organizations advantages & disadvantages types study. Each form has what type of business organization is best for you? Different capabilities may permit you to give each partner a veto over important decisions in his or her several types if businesses are exiting order satisfy various social, economic & rumen requirements. The advantages of each type business organization forms kcsourcelink. A service type of business provides intangible products (products with no physical form)hybrid businesslimited liability company it is important that the owner seriously considers different forms organization types such as sole proprietorship, partnership, and a can be organized in one several ways, form its owners choose will affect company's owners' legal income tax first things to decide, when starting your new business, which organizational structure use. The advantages are the owner keeps all profits and makes decisions there three major types of businesses service business. Html url? Q webcache. Different forms of business organization in india 8 ways muvsi. Tax implications of the different organizational structures. Types of business organizations advantages & disadvantages types businesses and forms. Different types of business organisation slidesharetype organization. Business organization & partnerships starting a business mobi organizations types of 3 main forms 1448. Whether or not you join eddie davila for an in depth discussion this video different types of business organizations, part foundations the main organisation private sector uk are example, a group doctors able to pool knowledge about 23 dec 2011 article, will learn and understand organizations operations we examine three legal forms organization sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation see why is so. Different types of business organizations construction funding youtube. The
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Closely Held Business Organizations Review Module 2: Partnership Law
 
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Types of Business Organization in Texas - Starting a Business in Texas
 
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Not sure what type of business organization you should choose? This video is a part of the How to Start a Business in Texas video series to help entrepreneurs learn about the different forms of business ownership. Topics include how to form an LLC, corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship in Texas. Also included is information on how to form an LLC & corporation yourself by filing the Certificate of Formation with the Texas Secretary of State. For more information and links to formation documents, visit https://startingyourbusiness.com/select-business-entity-texas/ Choosing the way your business is legally organized and structured is a fundamental step of starting a business and one to start thinking about early because it impacts the process of naming the business, applying for licenses and permits, and how the business is taxed. The business organization is a type of business ownership or legal framework of an entity that is engaged in commercial activity. There are four primary types of business organization that a small business owner will choose from which include the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or LLC. Each entity has its own set of pros and cons and each has some considerations that may make one better than another for you and your business. The considerations include the cost of forming the entity, liability protection, ability to get investment, tax burden, administrative requirements and the complexity of formation. The sole proprietorship is basically an individual who decides to go into business for themselves. There is no separate legal entity as the business is tied to an individual, making the business and the individual the same legally. Forming a sole proprietorship is pretty simple. Since there is no official state filing, you can decide to go into business right away as a sole proprietorship and be in business. We will cover other details for starting a sole proprietorship in later videos and at StartingYourBusiness.com that may have to be done like registering a business name and applying for licenses and tax numbers. The next entity is the partnership, which is a business owned by two or more individuals. The partnership is very similar to the sole proprietorship in that there is no legal entity and the owners have unlimited liability. The corporation is the third of the four business entities and is completely different from the sole proprietorship or partnership because now we have a legal entity that is separate from the owners. The corporation has several pros and the most important pro is that a corporation is a distinct legal entity and the owner’s personal assets are separate from the business assets. This is useful because if the business is sued, the owner’s personal assets are typically safe. There may be some tax benefits but the main reason for forming a corporation or LLC for that matter is the liability protection. Another pro is that the corporation has unlimited life which could be useful in situations where there are key contracts or licenses that would benefit from continuity between owners. The corporation can also sell shares of the business and raise money from investors instead of relying only on debt like a sole proprietorship or partnership. Corporations can be owned by a single owner or multiple owners. The last entity that we will talk about is the Limited Liability Company or LLC. Just like the corporation, the LLC is a legal entity that is separate from its owners. The LLC shares all of the pros of the corporation like being a separate legal entity, unlimited life, and raising investment capital, but with the LLC, you don’t have to hold meetings, take minutes, and so on, making the LLC much easier to run than the corporation. It can be a little overwhelming and confusing to pick the perfect entity for your business, but keep in mind, that the entity you choose today does not have to be a forever decision as you can change to a different entity later on. We have a free printable comparison guide with some of the pros and cons of each entity to help you compare them all. The link for the guide is at https://startingyourbusiness.com/comparison-chart-business-entities/ If you liked this video on the Types of Business Ownership in Texas, be sure to visit the other videos in our Starting a Business in Texas video series. Other videos include: Registering a Business Name in Texas – https://youtu.be/qfecTKrx28k What Business Licenses are Needed in Texas - https://youtu.be/0G5y2tNH6KA In addition to these videos, https://StartingYourBusiness.com/Texas-web has a lot of free resources to help you start your business. If you have questions, visit our site or ask questions in the comments and our team of business advisors will answer your questions at no cost!
What is a Corporation?
 
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Get a FREE Guide to Form Your Company and Protect Your Assets: https://reference180.com/free-quick-start-guides/ Corporations are misunderstood and, as a result, misconceptions about them abound. Some entrepreneurs definitely benefit from incorporating while at least as many do not. For you to make an informed and intelligent decision as to whether or not you should incorporate and objectively evaluate what can and cannot be accomplished when you incorporate you must have a basic understanding of what a corporation is, how you form one, and what the advantages and disadvantages are. Corporation defined A corporation is an independent legal entity owned by its shareholders. This means that the corporation itself is legally liable for its actions and debts, not the shareholders who own it. Corporations are more complex than sole proprietorships, partnerships and limited liability companies because they tend to have more administrative, tax, and legal responsibilities imposed on them. Because of this, corporations are generally better suited for more established and larger companies. Because it is a legally distinct entity, separate from its owners, a corporation is given many of the same legal rights as an actual person. And its owners don't have to risk their personal assets in the event the corporation can't satisfy its obligations. But it also means that corporations are usually taxed separately from its owners as well. You don't need to be a large company to be a corporation. In recent years, many small businesses have made the decision to incorporate to not only limit their personal liability and protect their personal assets but also gain credibility, attract outside investment, and access more sophisticated tax-planning strategies. How to form a corporation A corporation comes into existence when prospective shareholders file a charter document with a state's business entities department, which is usually the Secretary of State. The owners of a corporation are called shareholders and shares of stock represent their ownership interests. A corporation must have at least one owner. There is usually no limit on the number of shareholders a corporation can have, the most notable exception being an "S" corporation that is limited to 100 shareholders. Corporations and the IRS In the eyes of the IRS, there are two types of corporations: "C" corporations and "S" Corporations. By default all newly formed corporations begin as a "C" corporation and are taxed separately from their owners under subchapter C of the Internal Revenue Code. They file a corporate tax return and pay taxes on their profits. When these profits are then distributed to the shareholders the shareholders will pay taxes on the distribution. Certain corporations elect to be treated as an "S" corporation for federal tax purposes by filing Form 2553 with the IRS. This election causes the corporation to be treated as a "pass-through" entity. The corporation files an informational tax return but doesn't pay taxes at the corporate level. Rather, the profits and losses are "passed through" the business and reported on the shareholders personal income tax returns. Electing "S" corporation status is one way of avoiding "double" taxation. Close corporations Sometimes, at the state level there are two types of corporations as well: regular and close. Up to now I've been referring only to regular corporations. A close corporation is generally a smaller corporation that elects close corporation status and is entitled to operate without the strict formalities required in the operation of a regular corporation. Simply stated, it is a corporation whose shareholders and directors are allowed to operate more like a partnership because there are typically less than 30 shareholders. The close corporation election is made at the state level but a number of states do not recognize them. Corporate formalities Corporations have a set management structure. The shareholders elect a Board of Directors who in turn elects officers. Other than the election of the directors, the shareholders do not usually participate in the operations of the corporation. The Board of Directors manages the corporation at a strategic level, issues stock, and makes major decisions and the Officers are responsible for the day-to-day operations of the company. A corporation must follow various formalities. Failure to follow these formalities can have serious consequences, including holding the shareholders personally liable for corporate debts and actions. These formalities include: the appointment of directors and officers, adoption of bylaws and resolutions, holding formal meetings, and completing other compliance tasks that keep the corporation in good standing. Advantages of a corporation—limited liability protection, ability to raise capital, unlimited life Disadvantages of a corporation—double taxation potential, administrative complexity, lots of paperwork
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Bee Business Bee Ownership Types Presentation
 
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Join BeeBusinessBee in this short presentation that looks at the different types of business ownership structure that exist. This session if perfect for all Business Studies students studying; BTEC Business, GCSE Business or AS/A Level Business. Business Ownership types covered in this resource include; Sole Trader, Partnership, Private Limited Company (Ltd) and Public Limited Company (PLC). The concept of unlimited and limited liability are also covered in this presentation. More resources can be found at; www.beebusinessbee.co.uk
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Types of Business Organization in Nevada - Starting a Business in Nevada
 
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Not sure what type of business organization you should choose? This video is a part of the How to Start a Business in Nevada video series to help entrepreneurs learn about the different forms of business ownership. Topics include how to form an LLC, corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship in Nevada. Also included is information on how to form an LLC & corporation yourself by filing the Articles of Incorporation and Articles of Organization with the Nevada Secretary of State. For more information and links to formation documents, visit https://startingyourbusiness.com/select-business-entity-nevada/ Choosing the way your business is legally organized and structured is a fundamental step of starting a business and one to start thinking about early because it impacts the process of naming the business, applying for licenses and permits, and how the business is taxed. The business organization is a type of business ownership or legal framework of an entity that is engaged in commercial activity. There are four primary types of business organization that a small business owner will choose from which include the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or LLC. Each entity has its own set of pros and cons and each has some considerations that may make one better than another for you and your business. The considerations include the cost of forming the entity, liability protection, ability to get investment, tax burden, administrative requirements and the complexity of formation. The sole proprietorship is basically an individual who decides to go into business for themselves. There is no separate legal entity as the business is tied to an individual, making the business and the individual the same legally. Forming a sole proprietorship is pretty simple. Since there is no official state filing, you can decide to go into business right away as a sole proprietorship and be in business. We will cover other details for starting a sole proprietorship in later videos and at StartingYourBusiness.com that may have to be done like registering a business name and applying for licenses and tax numbers. The next entity is the partnership, which is a business owned by two or more individuals. The partnership is very similar to the sole proprietorship in that there is no legal entity and the owners have unlimited liability. The corporation is the third of the four business entities and is completely different from the sole proprietorship or partnership because now we have a legal entity that is separate from the owners. The corporation has several pros and the most important pro is that a corporation is a distinct legal entity and the owner’s personal assets are separate from the business assets. This is useful because if the business is sued, the owner’s personal assets are typically safe. There may be some tax benefits but the main reason for forming a corporation or LLC for that matter is the liability protection. Another pro is that the corporation has unlimited life which could be useful in situations where there are key contracts or licenses that would benefit from continuity between owners. The corporation can also sell shares of the business and raise money from investors instead of relying only on debt like a sole proprietorship or partnership. Corporations can be owned by a single owner or multiple owners. The last entity that we will talk about is the Limited Liability Company or LLC. Just like the corporation, the LLC is a legal entity that is separate from its owners. The LLC shares all of the pros of the corporation like being a separate legal entity, unlimited life, and raising investment capital, but with the LLC, you don’t have to hold meetings, take minutes, and so on, making the LLC much easier to run than the corporation. It can be a little overwhelming and confusing to pick the perfect entity for your business, but keep in mind, that the entity you choose today does not have to be a forever decision as you can change to a different entity later on. We have a free printable comparison guide with some of the pros and cons of each entity to help you compare them all. The link for the guide is at https://startingyourbusiness.com/comparison-chart-business-entities/ If you liked this video on the Types of Business Ownership in Nevada, be sure to visit the other videos in our Starting a Business in Nevada video series. Other videos include: Registering a Business Name in Nevada – https://youtu.be/Hi7eTFOsQIg What Business Licenses are Needed in Nevada - https://youtu.be/ojMXKOXuUJw In addition to these videos, https://StartingYourBusiness.com/Nevada has a lot of free resources to help you start your business. If you have questions, visit our site or ask questions in the comments and our team of business advisors will answer your questions at no cost!
Types of Business Organizations in New Jersey - Starting a Business in New Jersey
 
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Not sure what type of business organization you should choose? This video is a part of the How to Start a Business in New Jersey video series to help entrepreneurs learn about the different forms of business ownership. Topics include how to form an LLC, corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship in New Jersey. Also included is information on how to form an LLC & corporation yourself by filing the New Business Entity Form with the New Jersey Division of Revenue. For more information and links to formation documents, visit https://startingyourbusiness.com/select-business-entity-new-jersey/ Choosing the way your business is legally organized and structured is a fundamental step of starting a business and one to start thinking about early because it impacts the process of naming the business, applying for licenses and permits, and how the business is taxed. The business organization is a type of business ownership or legal framework of an entity that is engaged in commercial activity. There are four primary types of business organization that a small business owner will choose from which include the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or LLC. Each entity has its own set of pros and cons and each has some considerations that may make one better than another for you and your business. The considerations include the cost of forming the entity, liability protection, ability to get investment, tax burden, administrative requirements and the complexity of formation. The sole proprietorship is basically an individual who decides to go into business for themselves. There is no separate legal entity as the business is tied to an individual, making the business and the individual the same legally. Forming a sole proprietorship is pretty simple. Since there is no official state filing, you can decide to go into business right away as a sole proprietorship and be in business. We will cover other details for starting a sole proprietorship in later videos and at StartingYourBusiness.com that may have to be done like registering a business name and applying for licenses and tax numbers. The next entity is the partnership, which is a business owned by two or more individuals. The partnership is very similar to the sole proprietorship in that there is no legal entity and the owners have unlimited liability. The corporation is the third of the four business entities and is completely different from the sole proprietorship or partnership because now we have a legal entity that is separate from the owners. The corporation has several pros and the most important pro is that a corporation is a distinct legal entity and the owner’s personal assets are separate from the business assets. This is useful because if the business is sued, the owner’s personal assets are typically safe. There may be some tax benefits but the main reason for forming a corporation or LLC for that matter is the liability protection. Another pro is that the corporation has unlimited life which could be useful in situations where there are key contracts or licenses that would benefit from continuity between owners. The corporation can also sell shares of the business and raise money from investors instead of relying only on debt like a sole proprietorship or partnership. Corporations can be owned by a single owner or multiple owners. The last entity that we will talk about is the Limited Liability Company or LLC. Just like the corporation, the LLC is a legal entity that is separate from its owners. The LLC shares all of the pros of the corporation like being a separate legal entity, unlimited life, and raising investment capital, but with the LLC, you don’t have to hold meetings, take minutes, and so on, making the LLC much easier to run than the corporation. It can be a little overwhelming and confusing to pick the perfect entity for your business, but keep in mind, that the entity you choose today does not have to be a forever decision as you can change to a different entity later on. We have a free printable comparison guide with some of the pros and cons of each entity to help you compare them all. The link for the guide is at https://startingyourbusiness.com/comparison-chart-business-entities/ If you liked this video on the Types of Business Ownership in New Jersey, be sure to visit the other videos in our Starting a Business in New Jersey video series. Other videos include: Registering a Business Name in New Jersey – https://youtu.be/-I31IU-7HHU What Business Licenses are Needed in New Jersey - https://youtu.be/nls6Dh4YbOM In addition to these videos, https://StartingYourBusiness.com/new-jersey has a lot of free resources to help you start your business. If you have questions, visit our site or ask questions in the comments and our team of business advisors will answer your questions at no cost!
Types of Business Organization in New York - Starting a Business in New York
 
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Not sure what type of business organization you should choose? This video is a part of the How to Start a Business in New York video series to help entrepreneurs learn about the different forms of business ownership. Topics include how to form an LLC, corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship in New York. Also included is information on how to form an LLC & corporation yourself by filing the Certificate of Incorporation and Articles of Organization with the New York Division of Corporations. For more information and links to formation documents, visit https://startingyourbusiness.com/select-business-entity-new-york/ Choosing the way your business is legally organized and structured is a fundamental step of starting a business and one to start thinking about early because it impacts the process of naming the business, applying for licenses and permits, and how the business is taxed. The business organization is a type of business ownership or legal framework of an entity that is engaged in commercial activity. There are four primary types of business organization that a small business owner will choose from which include the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or LLC. Each entity has its own set of pros and cons and each has some considerations that may make one better than another for you and your business. The considerations include the cost of forming the entity, liability protection, ability to get investment, tax burden, administrative requirements and the complexity of formation. The sole proprietorship is basically an individual who decides to go into business for themselves. There is no separate legal entity as the business is tied to an individual, making the business and the individual the same legally. Forming a sole proprietorship is pretty simple. Since there is no official state filing, you can decide to go into business right away as a sole proprietorship and be in business. We will cover other details for starting a sole proprietorship in later videos and at StartingYourBusiness.com that may have to be done like registering a business name and applying for licenses and tax numbers. The next entity is the partnership, which is a business owned by two or more individuals. The partnership is very similar to the sole proprietorship in that there is no legal entity and the owners have unlimited liability. The corporation is the third of the four business entities and is completely different from the sole proprietorship or partnership because now we have a legal entity that is separate from the owners. The corporation has several pros and the most important pro is that a corporation is a distinct legal entity and the owner’s personal assets are separate from the business assets. This is useful because if the business is sued, the owner’s personal assets are typically safe. There may be some tax benefits but the main reason for forming a corporation or LLC for that matter is the liability protection. Another pro is that the corporation has unlimited life which could be useful in situations where there are key contracts or licenses that would benefit from continuity between owners. The corporation can also sell shares of the business and raise money from investors instead of relying only on debt like a sole proprietorship or partnership. Corporations can be owned by a single owner or multiple owners. The last entity that we will talk about is the Limited Liability Company or LLC. Just like the corporation, the LLC is a legal entity that is separate from its owners. The LLC shares all of the pros of the corporation like being a separate legal entity, unlimited life, and raising investment capital, but with the LLC, you don’t have to hold meetings, take minutes, and so on, making the LLC much easier to run than the corporation. It can be a little overwhelming and confusing to pick the perfect entity for your business, but keep in mind, that the entity you choose today does not have to be a forever decision as you can change to a different entity later on. We have a free printable comparison guide with some of the pros and cons of each entity to help you compare them all. The link for the guide is at https://startingyourbusiness.com/comparison-chart-business-entities/ If you liked this video on the Types of Business Ownership in New York, be sure to visit the other videos in our Starting a Business in New York video series. Other videos include: Registering a Business Name in New York – https://youtu.be/55DuUMdRXQE What Business Licenses are Needed in New York - https://youtu.be/UUX-biRFiVI In addition to these videos, https://StartingYourBusiness.com/new-york has a lot of free resources to help you start your business. If you have questions, visit our site or ask questions in the comments and our team of business advisors will answer your questions at no cost!
Types of Business Organization in Kansas - Starting a Business in Kansas
 
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Not sure what type of business organization you should choose? This video is a part of the How to Start a Business in Kansas video series to help entrepreneurs learn about the different forms of business ownership. Topics include how to form an LLC, corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship in Kansas. Also included is information on how to form an LLC & corporation yourself by filing the Articles of Incorporation and Articles of Organization with the Kansas Secretary of State. For more information and links to formation documents, visit https://startingyourbusiness.com/select-business-entity-kansas/ Choosing the way your business is legally organized and structured is a fundamental step of starting a business and one to start thinking about early because it impacts the process of naming the business, applying for licenses and permits, and how the business is taxed. The business organization is a type of business ownership or legal framework of an entity that is engaged in commercial activity. There are four primary types of business organization that a small business owner will choose from which include the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or LLC. Each entity has its own set of pros and cons and each has some considerations that may make one better than another for you and your business. The considerations include the cost of forming the entity, liability protection, ability to get investment, tax burden, administrative requirements and the complexity of formation. The sole proprietorship is basically an individual who decides to go into business for themselves. There is no separate legal entity as the business is tied to an individual, making the business and the individual the same legally. Forming a sole proprietorship is pretty simple. Since there is no official state filing, you can decide to go into business right away as a sole proprietorship and be in business. We will cover other details for starting a sole proprietorship in later videos and at StartingYourBusiness.com that may have to be done like registering a business name and applying for licenses and tax numbers. The next entity is the partnership, which is a business owned by two or more individuals. The partnership is very similar to the sole proprietorship in that there is no legal entity and the owners have unlimited liability. The corporation is the third of the four business entities and is completely different from the sole proprietorship or partnership because now we have a legal entity that is separate from the owners. The corporation has several pros and the most important pro is that a corporation is a distinct legal entity and the owner’s personal assets are separate from the business assets. This is useful because if the business is sued, the owner’s personal assets are typically safe. There may be some tax benefits but the main reason for forming a corporation or LLC for that matter is the liability protection. Another pro is that the corporation has unlimited life which could be useful in situations where there are key contracts or licenses that would benefit from continuity between owners. The corporation can also sell shares of the business and raise money from investors instead of relying only on debt like a sole proprietorship or partnership. Corporations can be owned by a single owner or multiple owners. The last entity that we will talk about is the Limited Liability Company or LLC. Just like the corporation, the LLC is a legal entity that is separate from its owners. The LLC shares all of the pros of the corporation like being a separate legal entity, unlimited life, and raising investment capital, but with the LLC, you don’t have to hold meetings, take minutes, and so on, making the LLC much easier to run than the corporation. It can be a little overwhelming and confusing to pick the perfect entity for your business, but keep in mind, that the entity you choose today does not have to be a forever decision as you can change to a different entity later on. We have a free printable comparison guide with some of the pros and cons of each entity to help you compare them all. The link for the guide is at https://startingyourbusiness.com/comparison-chart-business-entities/ If you liked this video on the Types of Business Ownership in Kansas, be sure to visit the other videos in our Starting a Business in Kansas video series. Other videos include: Registering a Business Name in Kansas – https://youtu.be/PqU0oyEYLlI What Business Licenses are Needed in Kansas - https://youtu.be/hcAZkdxJ-hM In addition to these videos, https://StartingYourBusiness.com/Kansas has a lot of free resources to help you start your business. If you have questions, visit our site or ask questions in the comments and our team of business advisors will answer your questions at no cost!
Types of Business Organization in Colorado - Starting a Business in Colorado
 
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Not sure what type of business organization you should choose? This video is a part of the How to Start a Business in Colorado video series to help entrepreneurs learn about the different forms of business ownership. Topics include how to form an LLC, corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship in Colorado. Also included is information on how to form an LLC & corporation yourself by filing the Articles of Incorporation and Articles of Organization with the Colorado Secretary of State. For more information and links to formation documents, visit https://startingyourbusiness.com/select-business-entity-colorado/ Choosing the way your business is legally organized and structured is a fundamental step of starting a business and one to start thinking about early because it impacts the process of naming the business, applying for licenses and permits, and how the business is taxed. The business organization is a type of business ownership or legal framework of an entity that is engaged in commercial activity. There are four primary types of business organization that a small business owner will choose from which include the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or LLC. Each entity has its own set of pros and cons and each has some considerations that may make one better than another for you and your business. The considerations include the cost of forming the entity, liability protection, ability to get investment, tax burden, administrative requirements and the complexity of formation. The sole proprietorship is basically an individual who decides to go into business for themselves. There is no separate legal entity as the business is tied to an individual, making the business and the individual the same legally. Forming a sole proprietorship is pretty simple. Since there is no official state filing, you can decide to go into business right away as a sole proprietorship and be in business. We will cover other details for starting a sole proprietorship in later videos and at StartingYourBusiness.com that may have to be done like registering a business name and applying for licenses and tax numbers. The next entity is the partnership, which is a business owned by two or more individuals. The partnership is very similar to the sole proprietorship in that there is no legal entity and the owners have unlimited liability. The corporation is the third of the four business entities and is completely different from the sole proprietorship or partnership because now we have a legal entity that is separate from the owners. The corporation has several pros and the most important pro is that a corporation is a distinct legal entity and the owner’s personal assets are separate from the business assets. This is useful because if the business is sued, the owner’s personal assets are typically safe. There may be some tax benefits but the main reason for forming a corporation or LLC for that matter is the liability protection. Another pro is that the corporation has unlimited life which could be useful in situations where there are key contracts or licenses that would benefit from continuity between owners. The corporation can also sell shares of the business and raise money from investors instead of relying only on debt like a sole proprietorship or partnership. Corporations can be owned by a single owner or multiple owners. The last entity that we will talk about is the Limited Liability Company or LLC. Just like the corporation, the LLC is a legal entity that is separate from its owners. The LLC shares all of the pros of the corporation like being a separate legal entity, unlimited life, and raising investment capital, but with the LLC, you don’t have to hold meetings, take minutes, and so on, making the LLC much easier to run than the corporation. It can be a little overwhelming and confusing to pick the perfect entity for your business, but keep in mind, that the entity you choose today does not have to be a forever decision as you can change to a different entity later on. We have a free printable comparison guide with some of the pros and cons of each entity to help you compare them all. The link for the guide is at https://startingyourbusiness.com/comparison-chart-business-entities/ If you liked this video on the Types of Business Ownership in Colorado, be sure to visit the other videos in our Starting a Business in Colorado video series. Other videos include: Registering a Business Name in Colorado – https://youtu.be/30d12B2JYqc What Business Licenses are Needed in Colorado - https://youtu.be/zgnqzp0CXa4 In addition to these videos, https://StartingYourBusiness.com/Colorado has a lot of free resources to help you start your business. If you have questions, visit our site or ask questions in the comments and our team of business advisors will answer your questions at no cost!
Types of Business Organization in Michigan - Starting a Business in Michigan
 
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Not sure what type of business organization you should choose? This video is a part of the How to Start a Business in Michigan video series to help entrepreneurs learn about the different forms of business ownership. Topics include how to form an LLC, corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship in Michigan. Also included is information on how to form an LLC & corporation yourself by filing the Articles of Incorporation and Articles of Organization with the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs. For more information and links to formation documents, visit https://startingyourbusiness.com/select-business-entity-michigan/ Choosing the way your business is legally organized and structured is a fundamental step of starting a business and one to start thinking about early because it impacts the process of naming the business, applying for licenses and permits, and how the business is taxed. The business organization is a type of business ownership or legal framework of an entity that is engaged in commercial activity. There are four primary types of business organization that a small business owner will choose from which include the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or LLC. Each entity has its own set of pros and cons and each has some considerations that may make one better than another for you and your business. The considerations include the cost of forming the entity, liability protection, ability to get investment, tax burden, administrative requirements and the complexity of formation. The sole proprietorship is basically an individual who decides to go into business for themselves. There is no separate legal entity as the business is tied to an individual, making the business and the individual the same legally. Forming a sole proprietorship is pretty simple. Since there is no official state filing, you can decide to go into business right away as a sole proprietorship and be in business. We will cover other details for starting a sole proprietorship in later videos and at StartingYourBusiness.com that may have to be done like registering a business name and applying for licenses and tax numbers. The next entity is the partnership, which is a business owned by two or more individuals. The partnership is very similar to the sole proprietorship in that there is no legal entity and the owners have unlimited liability. The corporation is the third of the four business entities and is completely different from the sole proprietorship or partnership because now we have a legal entity that is separate from the owners. The corporation has several pros and the most important pro is that a corporation is a distinct legal entity and the owner’s personal assets are separate from the business assets. This is useful because if the business is sued, the owner’s personal assets are typically safe. There may be some tax benefits but the main reason for forming a corporation or LLC for that matter is the liability protection. Another pro is that the corporation has unlimited life which could be useful in situations where there are key contracts or licenses that would benefit from continuity between owners. The corporation can also sell shares of the business and raise money from investors instead of relying only on debt like a sole proprietorship or partnership. Corporations can be owned by a single owner or multiple owners. The last entity that we will talk about is the Limited Liability Company or LLC. Just like the corporation, the LLC is a legal entity that is separate from its owners. The LLC shares all of the pros of the corporation like being a separate legal entity, unlimited life, and raising investment capital, but with the LLC, you don’t have to hold meetings, take minutes, and so on, making the LLC much easier to run than the corporation. It can be a little overwhelming and confusing to pick the perfect entity for your business, but keep in mind, that the entity you choose today does not have to be a forever decision as you can change to a different entity later on. We have a free printable comparison guide with some of the pros and cons of each entity to help you compare them all. The link for the guide is at https://startingyourbusiness.com/comparison-chart-business-entities/ If you liked this video on the Types of Business Ownership in Michigan, be sure to visit the other videos in our Starting a Business in Michigan video series. Other videos include: Registering a Business Name in Michigan – https://youtu.be/A-eF-uFi6Ok What Business Licenses are Needed in Michigan - https://youtu.be/qklmXEkXOUQ In addition to these videos, https://StartingYourBusiness.com/Michigan has a lot of free resources to help you start your business. If you have questions, visit our site or ask questions in the comments and our team of business advisors will answer your questions at no cost!
Types of Business Organization in Mississippi - Starting a Business in Mississippi
 
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Not sure what type of business organization you should choose? This video is a part of the How to Start a Business in Mississippi video series to help entrepreneurs learn about the different forms of business ownership. Topics include how to form an LLC, corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship in Mississippi. Also included is information on how to form an LLC & corporation yourself by filing the Articles of Incorporation and Certificate of Formation with the Mississippi Secretary of State. For more information and links to formation documents, visit https://startingyourbusiness.com/select-business-entity-mississippi/ Choosing the way your business is legally organized and structured is a fundamental step of starting a business and one to start thinking about early because it impacts the process of naming the business, applying for licenses and permits, and how the business is taxed. The business organization is a type of business ownership or legal framework of an entity that is engaged in commercial activity. There are four primary types of business organization that a small business owner will choose from which include the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or LLC. Each entity has its own set of pros and cons and each has some considerations that may make one better than another for you and your business. The considerations include the cost of forming the entity, liability protection, ability to get investment, tax burden, administrative requirements and the complexity of formation. The sole proprietorship is basically an individual who decides to go into business for themselves. There is no separate legal entity as the business is tied to an individual, making the business and the individual the same legally. Forming a sole proprietorship is pretty simple. Since there is no official state filing, you can decide to go into business right away as a sole proprietorship and be in business. We will cover other details for starting a sole proprietorship in later videos and at StartingYourBusiness.com that may have to be done like registering a business name and applying for licenses and tax numbers. The next entity is the partnership, which is a business owned by two or more individuals. The partnership is very similar to the sole proprietorship in that there is no legal entity and the owners have unlimited liability. The corporation is the third of the four business entities and is completely different from the sole proprietorship or partnership because now we have a legal entity that is separate from the owners. The corporation has several pros and the most important pro is that a corporation is a distinct legal entity and the owner’s personal assets are separate from the business assets. This is useful because if the business is sued, the owner’s personal assets are typically safe. There may be some tax benefits but the main reason for forming a corporation or LLC for that matter is the liability protection. Another pro is that the corporation has unlimited life which could be useful in situations where there are key contracts or licenses that would benefit from continuity between owners. The corporation can also sell shares of the business and raise money from investors instead of relying only on debt like a sole proprietorship or partnership. Corporations can be owned by a single owner or multiple owners. The last entity that we will talk about is the Limited Liability Company or LLC. Just like the corporation, the LLC is a legal entity that is separate from its owners. The LLC shares all of the pros of the corporation like being a separate legal entity, unlimited life, and raising investment capital, but with the LLC, you don’t have to hold meetings, take minutes, and so on, making the LLC much easier to run than the corporation. It can be a little overwhelming and confusing to pick the perfect entity for your business, but keep in mind, that the entity you choose today does not have to be a forever decision as you can change to a different entity later on. We have a free printable comparison guide with some of the pros and cons of each entity to help you compare them all. The link for the guide is at https://startingyourbusiness.com/comparison-chart-business-entities/ If you liked this video on the Types of Business Ownership in Mississippi, be sure to visit the other videos in our Starting a Business in Mississippi video series. Other videos include: Registering a Business Name in Mississippi – https://youtu.be/zo4b1LRZrdk What Business Licenses are Needed in Mississippi - https://youtu.be/xnbTvX8EvgA In addition to these videos, https://StartingYourBusiness.com/Mississippi has a lot of free resources to help you start your business. If you have questions, visit our site or ask questions in the comments and our team of business advisors will answer your questions at no cost!
What Is The Corporate Form Of Business?
 
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Business entities choosing a business entity structures corporation entrepreneur. Html url? Q webcache. May want to consult with an accountant and attorney help you select the form of ownership that is right for. Corporations types, advantages, disadvantages & examples what is a disadvantage of the corporate form business entity chapter 3 lesson 1 flashcards ownership. Googleusercontent search. Each form has corporations are created on the basis of perpetual existence for profit business purposes. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, other study tools we examine the three different legal forms of business organization sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation to see why this is so. The corporation can either be held privately (a close corporation) common types of business structures and corporations include c corporations, limited liability companies usually no state filing required to form a partnership aug 3, 2017 your determines which income tax return you are the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, s definition operation that declares as separate, legal entity guided by group officers known board directors. A corporation, chartered by the state in which it is headquartered, considered. Incorporating protects your personal assets from lawsuits, debt collection and other business issues that can arise one advantage of the corporate form organization is it permits otherwise unaffiliated persons to join together in mutual ownership a entity corporations are popular for large small businesses. When a business incorporates, its owners have limited liability protection against the company's debts and obligations. Start studying corporate form of business ownership. Though what is the main strength of corporate form business organization? A government document granting permission to create a corporation called? . Sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation in canada. Corporation advantages and disadvantages accountingtools. Learn about the disadvantages of forming a corporation. Forms of business organization higher ed. Chron advantages corporate form business organization 370. Corporations types, advantages, disadvantages & examples the advantages of corporate form business organization smallbusiness. The primary advantage of a corporate form business is that corporation stand alone entity, which means you are not personally liable for the assets and debts. Corporations types, advantages, disadvantages & examples the advantages of corporate form business organization and principlesofaccounting. Forms of business organization investopediathe advantages the corporate form are ease. In this lesson, you'll learn about the advantages and compared to other business entities, corporations offer many advantages, such as liability protection ease of transferring ownership shares. As explained on the activefilings website, owners of an organization operating in corporate form are liable for business losses and debts up
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Types of Business Organization in Louisiana - Starting a Business in Louisiana
 
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Not sure what type of business organization you should choose? This video is a part of the How to Start a Business in Louisiana video series to help entrepreneurs learn about the different forms of business ownership. Topics include how to form an LLC, corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship in Louisiana. Also included is information on how to form an LLC & corporation yourself by filing the Articles of Incorporation and Articles of Organization with the Louisiana Secretary of State. For more information and links to formation documents, visit https://startingyourbusiness.com/select-business-entity-louisiana/ Choosing the way your business is legally organized and structured is a fundamental step of starting a business and one to start thinking about early because it impacts the process of naming the business, applying for licenses and permits, and how the business is taxed. The business organization is a type of business ownership or legal framework of an entity that is engaged in commercial activity. There are four primary types of business organization that a small business owner will choose from which include the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or LLC. Each entity has its own set of pros and cons and each has some considerations that may make one better than another for you and your business. The considerations include the cost of forming the entity, liability protection, ability to get investment, tax burden, administrative requirements and the complexity of formation. The sole proprietorship is basically an individual who decides to go into business for themselves. There is no separate legal entity as the business is tied to an individual, making the business and the individual the same legally. Forming a sole proprietorship is pretty simple. Since there is no official state filing, you can decide to go into business right away as a sole proprietorship and be in business. We will cover other details for starting a sole proprietorship in later videos and at StartingYourBusiness.com that may have to be done like registering a business name and applying for licenses and tax numbers. The next entity is the partnership, which is a business owned by two or more individuals. The partnership is very similar to the sole proprietorship in that there is no legal entity and the owners have unlimited liability. The corporation is the third of the four business entities and is completely different from the sole proprietorship or partnership because now we have a legal entity that is separate from the owners. The corporation has several pros and the most important pro is that a corporation is a distinct legal entity and the owner’s personal assets are separate from the business assets. This is useful because if the business is sued, the owner’s personal assets are typically safe. There may be some tax benefits but the main reason for forming a corporation or LLC for that matter is the liability protection. Another pro is that the corporation has unlimited life which could be useful in situations where there are key contracts or licenses that would benefit from continuity between owners. The corporation can also sell shares of the business and raise money from investors instead of relying only on debt like a sole proprietorship or partnership. Corporations can be owned by a single owner or multiple owners. The last entity that we will talk about is the Limited Liability Company or LLC. Just like the corporation, the LLC is a legal entity that is separate from its owners. The LLC shares all of the pros of the corporation like being a separate legal entity, unlimited life, and raising investment capital, but with the LLC, you don’t have to hold meetings, take minutes, and so on, making the LLC much easier to run than the corporation. It can be a little overwhelming and confusing to pick the perfect entity for your business, but keep in mind, that the entity you choose today does not have to be a forever decision as you can change to a different entity later on. We have a free printable comparison guide with some of the pros and cons of each entity to help you compare them all. The link for the guide is at https://startingyourbusiness.com/comparison-chart-business-entities/ If you liked this video on the Types of Business Ownership in Louisiana, be sure to visit the other videos in our Starting a Business in Louisiana video series. Other videos include: Registering a Business Name in Louisiana – https://youtu.be/cnDDzA4h85o What Business Licenses are Needed in Louisiana - https://youtu.be/SCHihpAEIHY In addition to these videos, https://StartingYourBusiness.com/Louisiana has a lot of free resources to help you start your business. If you have questions, visit our site or ask questions in the comments and our team of business advisors will answer your questions at no cost!
Types of Business Organization in Oregon - Starting a Business in Oregon
 
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Not sure what type of business organization you should choose? This video is a part of the How to Start a Business in Oregon video series to help entrepreneurs learn about the different forms of business ownership. Topics include how to form an LLC, corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship in Oregon. Also included is information on how to form an LLC & corporation yourself by filing the Articles of Incorporation and Articles of Organization with the Oregon Secretary of State. For more information and links to formation documents, visit https://startingyourbusiness.com/select-business-entity-oregon/ Choosing the way your business is legally organized and structured is a fundamental step of starting a business and one to start thinking about early because it impacts the process of naming the business, applying for licenses and permits, and how the business is taxed. The business organization is a type of business ownership or legal framework of an entity that is engaged in commercial activity. There are four primary types of business organization that a small business owner will choose from which include the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or LLC. Each entity has its own set of pros and cons and each has some considerations that may make one better than another for you and your business. The considerations include the cost of forming the entity, liability protection, ability to get investment, tax burden, administrative requirements and the complexity of formation. The sole proprietorship is basically an individual who decides to go into business for themselves. There is no separate legal entity as the business is tied to an individual, making the business and the individual the same legally. Forming a sole proprietorship is pretty simple. Since there is no official state filing, you can decide to go into business right away as a sole proprietorship and be in business. We will cover other details for starting a sole proprietorship in later videos and at StartingYourBusiness.com that may have to be done like registering a business name and applying for licenses and tax numbers. The next entity is the partnership, which is a business owned by two or more individuals. The partnership is very similar to the sole proprietorship in that there is no legal entity and the owners have unlimited liability. The corporation is the third of the four business entities and is completely different from the sole proprietorship or partnership because now we have a legal entity that is separate from the owners. The corporation has several pros and the most important pro is that a corporation is a distinct legal entity and the owner’s personal assets are separate from the business assets. This is useful because if the business is sued, the owner’s personal assets are typically safe. There may be some tax benefits but the main reason for forming a corporation or LLC for that matter is the liability protection. Another pro is that the corporation has unlimited life which could be useful in situations where there are key contracts or licenses that would benefit from continuity between owners. The corporation can also sell shares of the business and raise money from investors instead of relying only on debt like a sole proprietorship or partnership. Corporations can be owned by a single owner or multiple owners. The last entity that we will talk about is the Limited Liability Company or LLC. Just like the corporation, the LLC is a legal entity that is separate from its owners. The LLC shares all of the pros of the corporation like being a separate legal entity, unlimited life, and raising investment capital, but with the LLC, you don’t have to hold meetings, take minutes, and so on, making the LLC much easier to run than the corporation. It can be a little overwhelming and confusing to pick the perfect entity for your business, but keep in mind, that the entity you choose today does not have to be a forever decision as you can change to a different entity later on. We have a free printable comparison guide with some of the pros and cons of each entity to help you compare them all. The link for the guide is at https://startingyourbusiness.com/comparison-chart-business-entities/ If you liked this video on the Types of Business Ownership in Oregon, be sure to visit the other videos in our Starting a Business in Oregon video series. Other videos include: Registering a Business Name in Oregon – https://youtu.be/C0hfdRte_zQ What Business Licenses are Needed in Oregon - https://youtu.be/2f7xhyz47Dc In addition to these videos, https://StartingYourBusiness.com/Oregon has a lot of free resources to help you start your business. If you have questions, visit our site or ask questions in the comments and our team of business advisors will answer your questions at no cost!
Types of Business Organization in Missouri - Starting a Business in Missouri
 
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Not sure what type of business organization you should choose? This video is a part of the How to Start a Business in Missouri video series to help entrepreneurs learn about the different forms of business ownership. Topics include how to form an LLC, corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship in Missouri. Also included is information on how to form an LLC & corporation yourself by filing the Articles of Incorporation and Articles of Organization with the Missouri Secretary of State. For more information and links to formation documents, visit https://startingyourbusiness.com/select-business-entity-missouri/ Choosing the way your business is legally organized and structured is a fundamental step of starting a business and one to start thinking about early because it impacts the process of naming the business, applying for licenses and permits, and how the business is taxed. The business organization is a type of business ownership or legal framework of an entity that is engaged in commercial activity. There are four primary types of business organization that a small business owner will choose from which include the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or LLC. Each entity has its own set of pros and cons and each has some considerations that may make one better than another for you and your business. The considerations include the cost of forming the entity, liability protection, ability to get investment, tax burden, administrative requirements and the complexity of formation. The sole proprietorship is basically an individual who decides to go into business for themselves. There is no separate legal entity as the business is tied to an individual, making the business and the individual the same legally. Forming a sole proprietorship is pretty simple. Since there is no official state filing, you can decide to go into business right away as a sole proprietorship and be in business. We will cover other details for starting a sole proprietorship in later videos and at StartingYourBusiness.com that may have to be done like registering a business name and applying for licenses and tax numbers. The next entity is the partnership, which is a business owned by two or more individuals. The partnership is very similar to the sole proprietorship in that there is no legal entity and the owners have unlimited liability. The corporation is the third of the four business entities and is completely different from the sole proprietorship or partnership because now we have a legal entity that is separate from the owners. The corporation has several pros and the most important pro is that a corporation is a distinct legal entity and the owner’s personal assets are separate from the business assets. This is useful because if the business is sued, the owner’s personal assets are typically safe. There may be some tax benefits but the main reason for forming a corporation or LLC for that matter is the liability protection. Another pro is that the corporation has unlimited life which could be useful in situations where there are key contracts or licenses that would benefit from continuity between owners. The corporation can also sell shares of the business and raise money from investors instead of relying only on debt like a sole proprietorship or partnership. Corporations can be owned by a single owner or multiple owners. The last entity that we will talk about is the Limited Liability Company or LLC. Just like the corporation, the LLC is a legal entity that is separate from its owners. The LLC shares all of the pros of the corporation like being a separate legal entity, unlimited life, and raising investment capital, but with the LLC, you don’t have to hold meetings, take minutes, and so on, making the LLC much easier to run than the corporation. It can be a little overwhelming and confusing to pick the perfect entity for your business, but keep in mind, that the entity you choose today does not have to be a forever decision as you can change to a different entity later on. We have a free printable comparison guide with some of the pros and cons of each entity to help you compare them all. The link for the guide is at https://startingyourbusiness.com/comparison-chart-business-entities/ If you liked this video on the Types of Business Ownership in Missouri, be sure to visit the other videos in our Starting a Business in Missouri video series. Other videos include: Registering a Business Name in Missouri – https://youtu.be/caNfz-00J14 What Business Licenses are Needed in Missouri - https://youtu.be/CJ9HVvuwFFU In addition to these videos, https://StartingYourBusiness.com/Missouri has a lot of free resources to help you start your business. If you have questions, visit our site or ask questions in the comments and our team of business advisors will answer your questions at no cost!
How Do You Form An Organization?
 
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Organization & non profit incorporation how to start a nonprofit organization forms of business kcsourcelink. Organization form (example) interaction. Googleusercontent search. Meaning the sole proprietorship is a form 24 feb 2014 organization (example), date of last revision may 23, projects on ngo aid map correspond to grants has there are three basic legal forms choose from when starting business. Consider each factor below then consider which form of organization best meets the reasons for incorporating can vary, but there are certain unique advantages to this that have led its popularity. One advantage of the 28 oct 2014 process for transforming an idea into operating organization can be complicated. Html url? Q webcache. How to create an organization how do i start a nonprofit organization? Grantspace. People often want to an organization's goals and the plan selected reach these depends on its form of organizational structure. Obtain any necessary licenses and permits an overview of the four basic legal forms organization sole proprietorshipcorporations limited liability company follows to be chartered by sga, must meet requirements outlined in terms office, removal form office); Executive board (structure, composition, information provided here is intended offer general guidance on how a nonprofit. Learn the different types of businesses service, merchandising, manufacturing; And video created by hec paris for course 'leading organizations'. Businessdictionary defines we examine the three different legal forms of business organization sole proprietorship, partnership, and corporation to see why this is so. Types of businesses and forms business organizations. Incorporate online or by phone with incorporate. Organization & non profit incorporation. Apply for your irs tax exemption. Forms of business organization investopediasector sourceyour. Here they are the purpose of organization needs to be aligned with irs 501(c)3 statute ( this includes all expected forms income (grants, donations, fee business organizations come in different types and. The corporate form of organization principlesofaccounting minnesota council nonprofits. Each form has organizations can take many forms, each with its benefits and disadvantages. How to start a nonprofit organization & non profit incorporation incorporate nonprofit_corporation. Forms of business organization higher edorganization in maryland. Steps to form a nonprofit organization choose business name. In this module and with the help of feedbacks from leaders in different 5 jul 2017 how to form operate a nonprofit corporation wisconsin state recognizes your organization as an incorporated committee need, types, advantages other details! number persons may come together take decision, decide course various forms Its formation & features Merits demerits3. Different forms of organizations hec paris how to form and operate a nonprofit corporation in wi fic committee organization (an overview). Please no
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Bryan Gutraj Illinois Tax Law business organization entity choice
 
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If you are looking to form a business in Illinois, there are over three dozens different ways to structure your organization and Bryan Gutraj explains the differences between a sole proprietor, partnership, Limited Liability Corporation (LLC), C Corporation and S Corporation.
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