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Changing decisions made during the business formation process

One of things that is consistently true about owning a business is that things rarely stay the same. Change and adjustment is an inevitable part of running a company, and sometimes, these changes start to impact company operations and other major aspects of a business. In some cases, it is necessary to go back and change decisions made during the business formation process. 

An important aspect of any business is the choice of business structure. This determines many things, including the personal liability of the business owner for company losses, taxes and more. Many business owners choose a structure for their company that works at the time, but after growth and changes, it may be necessary to change the entity. By taking certain steps, an Oregon business owner can make this adjustment.

This is an important decision, and it is prudent to do the research necessary to ensure that any changes made will be beneficial for the long-term interests of the company. Reasons why some company owners make that choice is because they want to simplify their tax situation, or they want to increase the legal protections necessary for themselves or their business. When the needs of a business change, the choice of business entity may need to change as well.

Oregon business owners may not realize that they are not necessarily permanently stuck with the choices they made during the business formation process. An assessment of the individual needs of a business can help an owner determine if changing the entity makes sense. When making this type of decision, a person will want to think about the long-term implications of any choices he or she makes. 

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