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Choosing the Legal Structure for Your Business

Jun 14
6:30 pm

When you start a business, you must decide on a legal structure for it. Usually, you’ll choose either a sole proprietorship, a partnership, a limited liability company (LLC), or a corporation. There’s no right or wrong choice that fits everyone. Your job is to understand how each legal structure works and then pick the one that best meets your needs and perceived level of risk. The best choice isn’t always obvious.

Join SCORE for this free webinar where the Managing Attorney of the Western New York Law Center’s Small Business Legal Clinic (SBLC) will address the various forms of legal structure and the advantages/disadvantages for a small business owner.

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