Selecting A Business Structure

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Selecting A Business Structure

Use this information resource section to help you select a business structure for your new business. For a small business, many people use either a Sole Proprietorship or an LLC business structure, although in some cases a Corporation or a Partnership make more sense.

Business Structures

Selecting Your Business Structure: The Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Business Structures (SCORE)

SBA Small Business Planner: Choose A Business Structure (SBA).

The Right Legal Form For Your Business: Know Your Options When Choosing A Corporate Form (Inc Magazine).

Selecting A Business Structure: Finding The Best Business Structure For Your Business (Entrepreneur Magazine).

Subchapter S Corporation: Advantages and Disadvantages for a Subchapter S Corporation (SCorporationsExplained)

Where To Incorporate?

Where To Incorporate Your Business: Selecting The State To Incorporate Your Business.

Setting Up A Business Structure

Once you understand what sort of business structure you want to use for your new business, you can use the South Carolina Busines One Stop service to register your new business. It's a good practice to review your proposed business structure with a lawyer. Use your local attorney or use a service like LegalShield.


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