When you’ve determined that your business idea is viable, you have some important decisions to make: How will I structure my business? What happens if a legal question comes up? What permits do I need? How does my business idea compare to other companies in the U.S.? Find the answers you need right here.
Building the Corporate Structure of Your Business
Now you’re ready to get down to the nitty-gritty. After you incorporate your business, you’ll need to choose a location and possibly acquire equipment. And if your business grows beyond what you can handle yourself, you’ll need to hire employees.
Working with an Existing Business
Some people decide that they would prefer to purchase an existing business rather than build a business from scratch. If that describes your situation, we have resources to guide you through the process to acquire an existing business.
Working with the Government
Your business is in a new playing field if you’re positioned to do business with the government, whether at the federal, state or local level. To get started, you’ll need to validate your status as a small business, and ensure that you meet tax obligations.