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Decisions, decisions: Should you buy or lease business equipment?

As we've discussed in previous posts, once an entrepreneur has laid the foundation for their new operation -- selecting an entity, drafting a business plan, hiring employees, etc. -- there is still a significant amount of work that needs to be completed. For example, office or commercial space will need to be found, and new business equipment secured.

Report: Tennessee number one for job growth in small businesses

It's understandable why people in certain regions of the nation would prefer to avoid any and all discussions concerning the Great Recession, which took an incredible toll on not just homeowners, but employers and employees alike. However, the chances of encountering such reticence are considerably less here in Tennessee, which not only weathered the economic storm remarkably well, but has since seen considerable growth.

Considering the purchase of an existing business? Proceed with caution

While most people think the initial issue that all budding entrepreneurs must decide is the selection of a business entity, meaning whether they wish to organize as a sole proprietorship, corporation or limited liability country, this is not actually the case.

What's the right business entity for you? Examining sole proprietorships - II

Last week, we began discussing how budding -- or perhaps even accidental -- entrepreneurs may want to consider organizing as a sole proprietorship, one of the most popular business structures.

What's the right business entity for you? Examining sole proprietorships

It's a story that has become increasingly common thanks to the proliferation of social media platforms. A person makes a particular item purely for fun, posts some images on their Facebook account and it suddenly generates hundreds -- if not thousands -- of likes. From there, they decide to start offering their crafty item for sale on the Internet, perhaps via e-commerce sites like Etsy, and start realizing a profit.

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