What you should consider choosing a business

Business goals: The projected size and profitability of a business influences the form of ownership chosen. Business often evolves into a different form of ownership as they grow, but moving from some formats can be complex and expensive. Legislation may change and make current ownership options less attractive.

Management succession plans: Entrepreneurs, in selecting a form of business ownership, must look ahead to the day when they will pass their companies on to the next generation or to a buyer. Some forms of business ownership better facilitate this transition. In other cases, when the owner dies –so does the business.

Cost of formation: The cost of formation to create business ownership varies from one form to the other. Entrepreneurs must weigh the benefits and the costs of the form they choose.


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