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Fairfield County Business Owner Attorney

If you are thinking about starting a business, one question you will run into is where to physically carry out your business. Many entrepreneurs assume that they will use space inside their home as their primary workspace. There are several advantages and disadvantages associated with using your home as your place of business. Depending on the type of business you intend to start, you may not even have the option of running the business out of your home.

Is it Legal to Have a Home Business?

The first question you must ask before you can decide where to house your business is whether home-based businesses are even allowed at your residence. You will need to research city and county zoning laws to determine if you can lawfully run a business from your home. If you rent your home, you will need to read your lease and determine if it disallows home businesses. Homeowners associations may also enforce rules regarding home businesses.  

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Stamford, CT business law attorney

When starting a business in Connecticut, one of the most overlooked issues is how to structure the business. The business entity that you choose will have a profound impact on your rights and responsibilities as a business owner. The way your business is taxed, the liability you expose yourself to as a business owner, and several other critical issues are affected by the business entity you select. Choosing the wrong business structure can lead to considerable financial and legal problems.

Deciding How to Structure Your Business

There are many different things to consider when choosing a business entity. One of the most significant differences between LLCs, partnerships, and other business entities is the degree to which the business owner’s personal assets are at risk. This is a major issue to consider when starting your business. You should also consider the tax implications of different business structures and whether you plan to share ownership with one or more individuals.

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