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Startup Costs for a Sole Proprietorship - Entrepreneurs - About.com
So you want to go into business for yourself? Run your own show? Being a sole proprietor is the easiest way to get started in business, but there's still more to it ...
http://entrepreneurs.about.com/od/gettingstarted/a/solepropexpense.htm
Sole Proprietorship: The Right Business Structure?
The most basic of all business legal structures is the sole proprietorship. For new start-ups the choice of becoming sole proprietorship is the simplest of all ...
http://sbinformation.about.com/od/ownership1/a/soleproprietor.htm
Starting a Sole Proprietorship - US Business Law / Taxes - About.com
A sole proprietorship is the easiest and least complex form of business. Here is an explanation of what it is and how to start one.
http://biztaxlaw.about.com/od/businessorganizationforms/a/solepropt.htm
Taxes Sole Proprietorships Have to Pay - US Business Law / Taxes
Lists all the taxes a sole proprietorship pays including income taxes, self- employment taxes and employment (payroll) taxes.
http://biztaxlaw.about.com/od/taxesonbusinesstypes/a/soleproptaxes.htm
Sole Proprietor - Proprietor - Proprietorship - US Business Law / Taxes
All about sole proprietors - what is a sole proprietor and sole proprietorship, how to start a sole proprietorship, taxes for a sole proprietor, income tax for a sole ...
http://biztaxlaw.about.com/od/startingyourbusiness/tp/soleprop.htm
Advantage and Disadvantage of Sole Proprietorships
Discusses the advantages and disadvantages of sole proprietorships, including control, liability, taxes, and start-up.
http://biztaxlaw.about.com/od/startingyourbusiness/f/solepropprocon.htm
The Basics of Operating a Sole Proprietorship
Most brand new arts / crafts businesses start out as a sole proprietorship because it is the easiest and cheapest type of business entity to start and maintain.
http://artsandcrafts.about.com/od/startingyourbusiness/a/soleproprietorship.htm
How Does a Sole Proprietorship Pay Income Tax?
A sole proprietorship is taxed through the personal tax return of the owner, on Form 1040. The business profit is calculated and presented on Schedule C.
http://biztaxlaw.about.com/od/taxesonbusinesstypes/f/solepropincometax.htm
How Does a Sole Proprietor Get Paid? - US Business Law / Taxes
How a sole proprietor gets paid, by taking a draw from the business checking account. How taxes are paid on the sole proprietor's income.
http://biztaxlaw.about.com/od/bizowners/f/How-Does-A-Sole-Proprietor-Get-Paid.htm
Sole Proprietor vs. Independent Contractor - US Business Law / Taxes
Difference between a sole proprietor and an independent contractor. They are essentially the same: A sole proprietor files income taxes on Schedule C. An ...
http://biztaxlaw.about.com/od/independentcontractors/f/Whats-The-Difference-Between-A-Cole-Proprietor-And-An-Independent-Contractor.htm
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