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What soldiers can teach company owners about business planning

Setting up a business and making plans for its future may sound relatively simple, but is it? Some company owners in Georgia and elsewhere may find that it is anything but. When it comes to business planning, those with the answers may not be business-minded people at all. Instead, they are individuals whose lives literally depend on planning.

Georgia business formation: Putting together an LLP

When going into business with a partner, figuring out which entity type best fits the company's needs may be a bit complicated. Whether one's business will be located in Georgia or elsewhere, there are several different types of partnerships that can be entered into when going through the business formation process. This week, this column will touch on one in particular: the limited liability partnership.

3 things you should know about buy-sell agreements

You crafted the perfect business plan and even found potential partners. Before you officially open business with others, you should develop a sensible buy-sell agreement. Even the simplest organizations can benefit from buy-sell agreements. It could save you from financial disaster if unforeseen circumstances occur in the future.

Consider employee classification when business planning

Being a business owner means that one has to make a lot of difficult decisions. Knowing what is best for one's company in the long run is not always easy. One thing that company owners in Georgia and elsewhere have to consider when business planning is how they will classify their employees. Failing to properly classify one's employees can cause significant issues down the line.

The true cost of business formation

Going into business for oneself or with a partner whether in Georgia or elsewhere is an admirable thing. It takes a lot of hard work and determination to build something up from nothing. The true cost of business formation, though, is often more than most anticipate.

Georgia business planning: Preparing an exit strategy

Every business owner, at some point, will want to step away from his or her company for retirement. It is not a subject most like to dwell on, but it is something for which one should prepare. Creating an exit plan is simply an important part of the business planning process. It is not something that company owners in Georgia or elsewhere should delay.

Georgia business formation: Why do I need legal counsel?

Starting a business is both an exciting and stressful time in the life of the company owner. There is a lot that goes into it, many things to sort out and mistakes that are likely to be made. While business formation can be done all by yourself, to help the process go swiftly and smoothly, it may be wise to consider seeking the assistance of legal counsel in order to make sure nothing is forgotten.

Mistakes that can harm a business partnership

Starting a business is not always an easy process for people in Georgia. People often form partnerships with other individuals because they may bring valuable skills, experiences and financing resources to the table. When done correctly, business alliances can help to facilitate organizational growth, transparency and longevity. However, as beneficial as business partnerships may seem, potential owners should take some time to learn about common mistakes they should avoid.

One company's business planning may be riskier than banks

Those who choose to take the risks to operate a new business are often willing to explore new ways to re-invent the wheel. It is this willingness to consider new business planning ideas that can lead to either great success or devastating failure. There are likely many future business owners in Georgia who are searching for the right way to launch a new enterprise and may benefit from experienced professionals who can assist them in achieving their goals.

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