Becoming the owner of a franchise business is exciting! You’re going to join millions of other small business owners in the pursuit of your dreams.
Those dreams need to be protected.
Fortunately, there are several ways to protect your dreams…your business. The first thing that comes to mind may be insurance. You’re right; you’ll need to find an insurance agent that’s well-versed in small business. However….
The best insurance in the world may not be able to help you protect your assets, and your possible liabilities, if your business wasn’t set up right in the first place. By “set-up,” I’m talking about the entity.
Should your franchise be set-up as a sole proprietorship, a corporation, an LLC, a limited partnership…or something else entirely?
It’s crucial to set-up your new business correctly-at the beginning. Check out the CorpNet website to learn about these entities. Nellie Akalp, CEO and founder, knows business.
“This was my first experience forming an LLC and, as a result, knew very little about the process or how my personal information would be handled. The knowledgable staff at CorpNet patiently managed my expectations, answered all questions and concerns and actually delivered on their promises in far less time than expected; what impressed me most was the proactive approach they used every step of the way. The potentially frustrating process was very smooth and easy thanks to CorpNet. I readily endorse this company to anyone who is considering incorporation.”–John K., Green Planet Strategies, LLC
Free Business Consultations
Many new small business owners need some extra help to make sure they make the right decisions for their companies, whether it’s choosing the right business structure or setting up the company the right way for tax purposes, or even figuring out how to file the right reports with the state authorities.
CorpNet doesn’t just file documents online. They don’t just process paperwork. They take an active role in helping their customers figure out what to do to launch their businesses the right way. That’s why Corpnet offers a free business consultation to anyone who calls. Learn more about Corpnet’s free business consultations now.
Start your new franchise business right.