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Start-Up Basics, Part 2 – The Importance Of Being In Agreement

By: Brian J. Meli

This is Part 2 of a two-part article on the legal basics of starting a business. Part 1 can be read here

The last time around, we discussed some of the ways to turn a promising new business idea into a real live commercial entity. Now let’s assume you’ve selected your business form, registered it (if necessary) with the appropriate governing body of your home state, and taken all the other incidental but necessary steps to achieving businesshood. Now what?

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