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Start-Ups are a unique group comprised of either an individual or group of individuals who have decided to form an unincorporated partnership or incorporate from the very beginning, and either have a business plan ready to be executed, or have no business plan outlined.


As a result, start-ups may need to be held by the hand to ensure that their excitement to embark in the entrepreneur world does not get sidetracked by the bulk of business obligations that need to be addressed.

The following is a brief list of issues that start-ups may encounter:

  • Did I/we choose the correct business entity?

  • When do I/we need to file taxes?

  • What happens if I/we have business losses?

  • Which initial expenses are deductible?

  • Active partners/shareholders vs passive/investors

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The Entrepreneur Tax Guide

Becoming an entrepreneur is an up and down journey but it can become more burdensome if certain business issues are left unattended, and tax issues is one of them.

What should an entrepreneur be aware of when starting a new business or acquiring an established one? What pitfalls to look out for when incorporating? When and why should a business incorporate?

In this guide we will go over the basics for four types of entrepreneurs: self-employed individuals, start-ups with no business plan, start-ups with a business plan, and established businesses. The guide will list the basic tax items that need to be addressed in each category to ensure that the entrepreneur avoids major headaches down the road.

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