Folks venturing into self-employment often short-shift on developing a vision for the life they want to lead.
Here’s an excerpt from the chapter on business structures, on an emerging structure called the low-profit limited liability company (L3C).
In honor of its 40th anniversary (“Demystifying the law since 1971”), Nolo is featuring a series of blog posts on how various areas of the law and business have changed in 40 years. My post went up last week; an excerpt and link to the full post is below. Note: If you’re thinking about becoming … Read More
A quick(ish) overview of the Big Picture of the small biz start-up bureaucracy.
I’ve just written another piece for The Huffington Post on the question of what business to start. Here’s a sample: The truth is, no business idea is ready to go right out of the gate. Every entrepreneur needs to poke and prod their idea to varying degrees and usually tweak it a little (or a … Read More
If you’re thinking about starting business centered around the Internet, software, or other types of technology-oriented products or services, you’ll find plenty of information online. Blogs and Web publications offer endless streams of advice on how to establish a technology company that survives and thrives, despite the hazards of constantly shifting market realities and fierce … Read More