With the right vision and products, a startup can turn into a massive business empire (like Apple, for example). However, a lot of startups make serious legal mistakes that put their future in jeopardy (just like Apple did, for example).
One of the reasons many entrepreneurs or small business owners incorporate themselves is in hopes of reducing the tax burden that they have to pay. Ever since the passing of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Job Acts (TCJA) bill though, it's left even more people wondering what type of business formation is ideal for them.
You have an excellent business idea, but you can't do it alone. You need a partner who brings specific skills and assets to the company. You know that the success of the business rides on how well this initial partnership works out. So, what should you look for in your new business partner?
Many things impact how likely a startup is to succeed. This includes what decisions it’s owner makes when forming the business. There are many important choices to make when starting a company. A few examples include what business structure to pick for the company, what agreements to form if you have co-owners and what financing to have in place for the business.