So you’ve incorporated or formed an LLC for your business. What’s next? After spending time and energy deciding which business structure to form and when to do it, you now have another set of questions to answer.
The steps you take after forming your business are critical to creating a solid legal foundation for your business. Luckily, SmallBiz Trends walks you through the 10 steps you need to take after incorporating or forming an LLC, including applying for trademark protection; prepping documentation to work with third parties; and getting business liability insurance coverage.
While the list may seem daunting to a first-time business owner, many of these steps can be done in minutes; you could even commit to tackling one task per day, and in less than two weeks, you’ll have a solid legal foundation for your business.
Learn the rest of the 10 steps, and more in this edition of Founders Flash.
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