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Tips for surviving the business formation stage

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When a person is starting a business in Oregon, it is easy to become focused on the future and to run full speed ahead through the start-up stage. The business formation process can be difficult and expensive, and many entrepreneurial ventures never actually make it out of this stage. It’s smart to be thoughtful and diligent in the early stages in order to lay the foundation for success in the future. 

One of the smart things a person can do when starting a business is to do his or her homework. This includes homework on the market, industry and other factors, as well as the important legal steps that come with launching a company. An entrepreneur will also want to want to take the time to be smart with both staffing and financing options, especially in the early start-up stages.

Owning and operating a business on a small budget is not easy. It requires patience, dedication and problem-solving skills. Most entrepreneurs start with small budgets, and they can benefit greatly from understanding how to protect their financial health and how to avoid potential complications in the future. 

Starting an Oregon business is exciting, but there are important legal and financial issues to consider from the very beginning. Failure to consider these can expose what would otherwise be a healthy and successful company to the potential for future financial losses and possibly litigation. When an entrepreneur is willing to take advice, do his or her homework and seek experienced counsel, it will give his or her company a better chance of making it through the business formation stage and flourishing well into the future. 

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