Why a Sole Proprietorship Might Be a Shrewd Business Move


If you are starting a new online business, and are wondering whether you can just operate as a sole proprietorship – today's video will help you understand why a sole proprietorship business has numerous benefits, especially for an online venture that is just starting out.

Owning your own business and a sole proprietorship in particular, has numerous benefits, including tax deductions, low cost, and significant control.

While a sole proprietorship is not for everyone, for a savvy online entrepreneur, it may be exactly the right business structure as you are getting started.

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