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If you’re starting a business or beginning to toss the idea around, you may have considered registering your business with the State of Tennessee, or maybe you’ve already started operating just under your name or under a fictitious business name. In Tennessee, there are several different entities to choose from: sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, limited liability company, etc. Each different entity will have its benefits and disadvantages. This blog will solely focus on sole proprietorships in Tennessee.
As the New Year approaches, many of us will resolve to change our lives, drop bad habits, form new good habits, and generally start 2014 fresh, with a new sense of purpose. Too often, however, these resolutions are short-lived. Just compare the parking lot at your local gym in January to the same parking lot 4 weeks later to see a stark example of fading resolve. Truth is, promises are easier to make than to keep, even to ourselves.
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