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Week 4 Discussions
Answer the Week 4 Discussion Questions by Tuesday, June 22nd 11:59 pm and post at least 2 replies to the answers to the discussion question of other students by Thursday, June 24th 11:59 pm
Assume you have a friend who is about to start a company providing affordable test preparation services for the SAT and ACT. She plans to employ one full-time employee and several self-employed instructors. She is not sure which legal form of business she should choose.
What legal form of business (partnership, corporation, limited liability company, sole proprietorship…) would you recommend to her? What criteria would you use to support your recommendation?
What would be the advantages of the legal form you recommend relative to the other legal forms of business?