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Business formation for older entrepreneurs

Starting a business can be a complex process, and entrepreneurs will find it beneficial for the long-term interests of their company to think about the implications of each choice they make. This is particularly true for Oregon entrepreneurs who are in their 40s. It is important to make prudent choices during business formation, especially regarding the specific type of business entity they select for their company. 

It is now more common than ever for individuals in their 40s to launch new companies. When selecting the right business entity, an entrepreneur will want to carefully consider which option gives him or her the best return on investment. One of the most popular choices is an LLC, which allows a person a certain amount of flexibility while protecting personal assets.

There are various types of LLCs, and one option may prove more practical than another. The right choice depends on the type of company and what a person hopes to accomplish. An important point to consider is exposure of personal liability for business debts, which can be a major factor for an older person who might have considerable personal wealth or assets he or she would want to protect.

The choices made during the business formation process will affect an Oregon company for years to come. This is why many entrepreneurs opt to work with an experienced attorney from the very beginning of their efforts to start a business. This guidance can be particularly valuable when deciding what type of entity is the most practical for specific business goals and tax purposes. An assessment of goals and needs can provide insight into this complex decision.

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