Business Formation Law in Florida
Business formation is a necessary step when opening a business and makes the business a distinct legal entity. There are four main types of business formation options: Limited Liability Company (LLC), partnership, sole proprietorship, and corporation. Learn more about your options in Florida.
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A majority of American small businesses start out as sole proprietorships; however, once these businesses are launched and growing, it could better to change or convert the business to a limited liability company (LLC).Read more
The basic difference between consignment and joint venture is the nature of the relationship between in the parties. However, there are other differences between consignment and joint venture including the parties involved, the relationship between them, profit-sharing and ownership rights.Read more
Limited liability corporations (LLC) are a popular option for those seeking to start a business. As a simple and inexpensive option, it’s easy to see their appeal. An LLC, however, isn’t for everyone. Here are the pros and cons of establishing an LLC.Read more
If you’re first starting to think about starting a business, there are a variety of issues that can be difficult to understand. Fortunately, the experienced legal team at Eskander Loshak LLP is here to provide the assistance you need every step of the way. Here are some tax entity structures you should consider when forming a business:Read more