Books and Records
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Books and Records

Do keep good business records and make sure they are current. Poor record keeping is one of the surest signals that a business will fail. If you are buying an existing business, then a review of three to five years of its financial statements will be critical to your understanding of the condition of the business.

LEGAL ASPECTS OF

STARTING YOUR OWN BUSINESS

1. Sources of Capital

2. Incorporation

3. Tax

4. Books and Records

5. Shareholders Agreement

6. Trademark Registration

7. Real Estate Lease

8. Franchise Agreement

9. Agreement for the Sale and Purchase of a Business

10. Commercial Contracts and Equipment Leases

11. Employee Issues

 
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