Here are some great resources. Some are from SBSUG co-author Braden while others are from the IRS and other third-party sources.
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More and more individuals are beginning to invest in themselves and their businesses. This is leading to more enrollments in online courses, and it’s easy to spot why. Learning from the comfort of your own home is awesome, and the ROI can be through the roof. Course creators meet this market demand by creating new courses on a variety of topics. From a legal standpoint, the key issue for course creators is plagiarism. It’s easy for scammers to copy and paste content and repackage it to fill their own bank accounts. It’s impossible to prevent all copycats, especially as your brand and course grows, but here are some tips on to limit the loss in income through plagiarizers.
Braden Drake, the founder of Braden Drake Law discusses those tax deductions you’re not going to want to miss. Small business startup expenses can creep up on you, be sure to track them, and include them on your tax return in order to minimize your tax liability.
Should you choose an LLC, Corporation, or S Corporation? What is the difference between business entity types? I’m going to break it don’t in this article, so you can be well informed before deciding how to structure your business.
One of the most common questions I get is “In which state should I form my business?” As with most questions, the answer is typically “it depends.” However, the answer does not depend on what most new business owners think. In fact, for many, the answer is pretty simple.
If you're starting a small biz, you'll most likely need to open an operating account. Co-author Braden Drake of Braden Drake Law is breaking down the items you’ll need to take with you in order to seamlessly open an operating account!