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Free Quick Start Guide (Updated 2019)

Step 3: The Essentials – Business Registration, Licenses, Training, Insurance & Tax

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It’s important to get set up properly from the start, and that means thinking about your business registration / structure, insurance, tax and any licenses you might need.

Whilst it may seem overwhelming at first, it doesn’t need to be and you can be up and running this week if you want to be!

If you choose the most simple business structure, you can do everything quickly and for minimal costs.

It is important to remember that we cannot provide legal advice and this information is presented for information purposes only. We cannot be held responsible for any actions you take and you should not rely on the accuracy of this information.

Please contact an accountant and solicitor to obtain tax and legal advice before making any decisions regarding your business.

Business Structure & Registration

Before you can

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Quick quiz: Would you make a good entrepreneur?

Do you have what it takes to successfully start a business, and grow it into a large and profitable company? Many of us have dreamed of setting up our own business, of becoming our own boss, and earning our own way in the world.

Yet for every successful entrepreneur there are far more failures. Take our two-minute biz quiz to discover our estimate of your chances.

To play the quiz tap here.

Disclaimer: This quiz doesn’t predict how well any individual would be able to launch or run a business in the real world. It is based on business theory and is not a substitute for professional guidance.

How was this quiz made? The subject of entrepreneurship has a long history, but in terms of our knowledge of the characteristics of successful entrepreneurs it is still an emerging area of research. To develop this quiz we have thoroughly studied the

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A Quick Glance at School Finance:

A 50-State Survey of School Finance Policies and Programs (2018)

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This compendium provides state-by-state descriptions of public elementary and secondary finance policies and programs in effect during the 2017-18 school year. The report consists of two volumes. In Volume I are state-by-state descriptions across all school finance components for each state. Volume II contains separate sections for select provisions across all states, including finance formulae and cost differentials for students and districts. This includes such areas as special education, English Language Learners, and grade level adjustments. Tax and expenditure information is also included in this section.

The information contained in this report is based on surveys that were completed by each State Department of Education in response to a request for descriptions of school finance programs and provisions. Thus, all information in these two volumes has been provided by the Chief State School Officer or their designee, with the exception

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