Sole Proprietorship

Sole Proprietorship in Kansas

by: Jeff Franco J.D./M.A./M.B.A.

When you’re the sole owner of a business in Kansas and don’t create a legal entity for it, state law designates it as a sole proprietorship. This means that Kansas doesn’t distinguish between your personal and business activities: they are one in ...
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Buying Personal Property for a Sole Proprietorship

by Lisa McQuerrey

Can I Convert From Sole Proprietorship to a Hobby?

by Jeff Franco J.D./M.A./M.B.A.

Sole Proprietorship Registration in Arkansas

by Jeff Franco J.D./M.A./M.B.A.

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Forms and Fees for Registering a Sole Proprietorship in Mississippi

by: Jessica Zimmer

In Mississippi, a sole proprietorship is not required to register with the Secretary of State. There are no forms or filing fees for this type of business. A sole proprietorship must obtain the proper business licenses, permits and zoning. The ...
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The Advantages of Sole Proprietorship Taxation

by: Mark Kennan

A sole proprietorship is one of the less formal ways of running your business. You generally don't have any forms to fill out, and you operate under your own name.
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