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Should your business be an LLC or a sole proprietorship?

If you want to open a business in Pennsylvania, one of the first things you must do is register with the state. Before you register, you should decide what sort of business structure you want to use. Certain legal and tax considerations may be different depending on which type of business structure you choose. If you are the only one who works at your business, chances are you will register as either a sole proprietorship or an LLC.

Things to consider before entering into a partnership

If you are looking to start a business in Pennsylvania, you may be thinking of getting a partner. While entering into a partnership can be very beneficial for both parties, it can also be a disaster if both sides are not on the same page. Ask yourself and your potential partner some hard questions before making it official.

Nondisclosure agreements protect companies' information

There are many successful businesses in Charleroi, Pennsylvania. Much of conducting business is transferring information between people who work for the business and their clients. Often, that information is very sensitive, making it critical to preserve its confidentiality and avoid problems that can lead to business litigation. A key way of preserving confidentiality is by having all parties involved sign a confidentiality agreement, which is most commonly called a nondisclosure agreement (NDA).

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