Want to Be an Entrepreneur? Here Are Tips for Starting a Small Business
Follow your passion. Do your own thing. Be your own boss. It’s a great time to take a closer look at what it means to go into business for yourself. Today, freelancers represent 35% of U.S. workers and collectively earned $1 trillion in the past year, according to the “Freelancing in America: 2016″ a study conducted by Freelancers Union and Upwork. In the age of internet-based job marketplaces, sharing economy gigs, and multi-level marketing roles, your opportunity to starting a small business is vast.
Best Industries for Start-Up Businesses
Here’s a closer look at which industries are ripe for a start-up business (it’s not just tech), who is taking the leap and some of the best places for starting a small business.
LLC or S Corp?
Of course, it’s also important to look at how being an entrepreneur affects your taxes. We delve into the biggest differences between two common options: the LLC and S corp (corporation). There are differences between LLC and S corp’s tax liability, structure, requirements, and costs. Which one is right for you? This guide may help you decide:
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