Silicon Valley and entrepreneurship is real. People want to work for themselves, and it’s more popular now than ever to start a small business.
Nowadays, the tools of entry to starting a business have become way less imposing than before. Not long ago, you would need hundreds of thousands, if not millions in capital to even consider opening a business. Today, you can spend around $100 to register a website name, host it and start taking money by the end of the day. Isn’t that amazing?
Unfortunately, what entrepreneurs don’t like talking about is the legal risks. In this guide, we’ll be covering the legal aspects of owning a business.
**If you’re looking for help with other parts of being a business owner, here are some great resources on the internet we’ve found helpful:
I hear from people all the time who are thinking about starting their own business:
- “Should I incorporate?”
- “What are the pros and cons of an LLC vs. a Corporation?”
As a small business lawyer, I want to make sure that small business owners know what they’re getting into. That’s why I’ve created this guide for you.