Most Pennsylvania-based businesses can be organized as limited liability companies. Such a company could have as little as one member. In this scenario, the company would automatically be taxed as a disregarded entity. This would mean that the profits and losses that the business incurs would go directly to the owner's personal tax return. If the LLC has two members, it will be taxed as a partnership by default.
Up-and-coming entrepreneurs in Pennsylvania have a variety of business opportunities available that have the potential to thrive. The best choices for individuals revolve around their personal abilities and market growth areas.
CATHERINE DEPASQUALE MIHALICK, ESQUIRE, CTFA JOINS VINSKO & ASSOCIATES, PC
Negotiating your retail space is one of the most important steps you will take on the path to owning a successful business.
As a small business owner, every dollar counts. That's why you take the time to make your business decisions carefully and logically and ensure that your money is not wasted.