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April 25, 2008

Common Mistakes in Forming a Business…and How to Avoid Them

  • April 25, 2008
  • Publication: Gazette of Politics and Business–Legal Review
  • Related Attorneys: David Shapiro
  • Related Practice Areas: Employment Law

We receive telephone calls almost every day from individuals looking for guidance on how to bring their business ideas to life. Of course, we also receive frequent calls from anxious business owners looking to resolve potentially damaging business disputes. With almost every such call, careful, knowledgeable business planning will provide the entrepreneur with a clear, defined path to opportunity - and likely would have saved the anxious business owner from unnecessary stress, damage and legal fees.

The most common mistake new business owners make is not investing the time to properly form their new business. Starting a healthy business requires careful planning, knowledge and foresight. Hre are five simple ways you can avoid common - and costly - mistakes:

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