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Business formation for the good of the United States

Starting a small business is not only a good step for those who want to work for themselves, but it can also be good for the country as a whole. With much of the United States still facing shutdowns and slow reopenings, Oregon entrepreneurs may feel hesitant to start the business formation process right now. However, there are many reasons this may actually be a good time to move forward. 

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Economic recovery will be an important issue over the next few months and even years. To bolster new businesses and help companies launch and stay open, the government is offering various incentives to entrepreneurs, and there will likely be more legislation passed in the future for the benefit of small businesses. There are many without employment and steady income right now, and owning a business may offer a path to regaining financial stability.

There is a certain amount of risk associated with starting a business. An Oregon entrepreneur will find it helpful to have the right support financially and legally in order to make decisions and take steps that are prudent and beneficial long-term. This includes drafting employment contracts, choosing the appropriate business structure and more.

The choices an owner will make during the business formation stage of setting up a company are important for the long-term success and health of the company. Experienced guidance is especially crucial when making choices that will impact things such as taxes and the owner’s personal liability for business debts. Seeking an assessment of the case and explanation of the legal protections needed can be a good first step for a prospective entrepreneur.

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