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Sole Proprietorship

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Avoid Improper Usage Of Schedule Cs or Sole Proprietorships

Having a Sole Proprietorship and filing a Schedule C has its place, but you need to tread carefully. Schedule C filers are among the highest risk groups for audit, and thus it is vital to keep accurate records to support your positions in case the IRS desires to confirm them. Here is a quote from the Wall Street Journal<:

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Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)

Starting a new LLC or Limited Liability Company Shields

The decision to start your own business is a great step in life, and we are here to help. To be successful entrepreneurs need:

  • A great service or product to provide to the public
  • Guidance to find the intelligent way to structure the business

Poorly thought out business structures, often a Sole Proprietorship sometimes called a "Schedule C", can have taxes drain the life out of the core business, and expose the investors other assets to dangerous external liabilities. Fortunately, we have a tool that gives us great flexibility — the Limited Liability Company.

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