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E06: 5 Frequently Asked Questions on Starting a Business

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We're building our businesses for where we want them to be, not for the scarcity that we may feel at this time. So flip your mindset, start thinking about abundance, and where you're going to be in the future.

- Asha Wilkerson, Esq.

Episode Summary:

I love answering questions and helping my clients make decisions that will protect and help their businesses grow. Working as a business attorney and business coach, I have been asked many of the same questions over the years from entrepreneurs when starting a business. I pulled together the top five most frequently asked questions. From registration fees to why you may want to set up an LLC, I answer these questions in today’s podcast episode.

What You’ll Learn On This Episode:

  • [01:23] How much does it cost to start a business? 
  • [02:51] The $800 myth about starting a business in California.
  • [05:37] When you should form a business entity like an LLC or corporation.   
  • [09:22] DBA vs LLC protection 
  • [11:50] No. You shouldn’t just use Legal Zoom.
  • [15:31] Do you really need to form a business? 
  • [17:35] Recap of five frequently asked questions
 

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About author:
Asha Wilkerson is the founder of The Wilkerson Law Office, P.C. Ms. Wilkerson provides skilled advice and counsel to for-profit, non-profit, and faith-based organizations in the areas of business and employment law. Her mission is to preserve the longevity of your business by ensuring that every aspect of your organization is legally sound and operating in compliance with state and federal law.

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