What do you need to start your own business? Successful business idea, certain investments and desire to work. But that’s not all. There are several important legal points that you need to pay attention to when setting up a business. Today we will talk about how to take the first step – to register a business.
numbering-mal.pngStep 1. Choosing the legal form
The first thing you need to think about before registering your case is its legal form. The law offers two: an individual entrepreneur (IP) and a legal entity (JL). The form in this case directly determines the content of the activity.
If your goal is small trade, work and services that you will do on your own or with a small number of employees, or this is freelance, then the IP form is suitable for you. If you are planning a large business with serious prospects, it is better to organize a legal entity – LLC or JSC.
Individual entrepreneur – a citizen engaged in entrepreneurial activity without forming a legal entity. Continue reading
Julia Shmuklerevich decided that enough was enough for her, and from a bank manager turned into a copywriter. She did not study at any paid courses, but this did not prevent her from achieving success. How did she succeed and how much can she earn by writing texts?
A year and a half ago, Julia resigned as head of the sales department at the bank, because she was tired of working in such a mode when she saw her daughter only in the evenings and often already sleeping. True, her husband simply did not agree to “let go” of her from the office, who insisted that she learn depilation just in case. Julia finished the courses, but began to work in a completely different specialty – a copywriter. She started with the texts “by acquaintance”, then took shape as a self-employed and began to collaborate with a creative agency. Now her goal is to earn a few months living in a house by the sea.
numbering-small.pngFrom 100 rubles to 100 thousand Continue reading
Business conference. A lot of people in business suits. Everyone exchanges business cards and “shoots” their eyes on the sides in search of “large fish”.
Surely such a picture appears in your head when you think about business networking. But this is a stereotype, says the author of the book “Never Eat Alone and Other Networking Rules” by Kate Ferrazzi.
How to make useful contacts
In fact, building relationships is a long and painstaking work, which you need to do not at conferences. Continue reading