Should You Work as a Sole Proprietor?
Many professional real estate agents, accountants, landscapers and website designers are among those who regularly handle their business as sole proprietors. It’s often the easiest way to start working — although you should always check with your city and county to be sure you’re meeting all their requirements.
Before offering your goods and services to others, it’s wise to also speak with your Houston business law attorney to find out if another legal structure like a limited liability company (LLC) or small corporation might better suit your needs.
Chief Advantages of Running a Sole Proprietorship
First Steps That Can Help You When Setting Up a Sole Proprietorship
Be sure to ask your Houston business law attorney how the new tax code changes may affect you as a sole proprietor. This may depend on whether you’re running what is considered to be a “pass-through” business.
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