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Starting a sole proprietorship - what to expect

Starting a business is a complicated process with a lot of moving parts, particularly in the early stages. One of the first decisions you will need to make is deciding on the type of structure that will be used for your business. Deciding on a business structure requires careful evaluation of the needs of your business and the advantages and disadvantages of each type of structure.

S-Corp vs C-Corp -- what are the differences?

If one decided to start a business in California, they have a lot of decisions to make that will affect one's company for years to come. One of the primary decisions to make will be what legal structure to use. Generally, corporations are more formal than other types of business structures, including sole-proprietorships, LLCs and partnerships. If one decides to start a corporation, they should know that they have two main options: a C-Corporation or S-Corporation. The two types of corporations vary in many ways, especially when it comes to taxes.

Netflix attempting $300 million business acquisition deal

One of the best ways for California businesses to continue growing and experience long-term success is to acquire other companies along the way. In business and commercial law, any business acquisitions a company makes can determine whether the company will continue to be successful over time. Acquisition moves can also be highly beneficial for the company being acquired. Netflix recently made a $300 million offer to acquire a California billboard company.

Is an S corporation the preferred entity form for my business?

Many Californians would like to go into business for themselves by creating an entity or purchasing a business that is already established. One of the key decisions that a prospective business owner or current business owner must make is what entity formation to use. One option is an S Corporation. Understanding how an S Corporation works and its tax requirements is key before deciding on this entity form.

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