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Protecting Your Assets If You’re Starting a New Business

Starting a new business is exciting, but it’s also risky. You may have already considered certain risks, such as what will happen if you don’t attract customers right away, but other risks can be problematic as well.

One of the biggest issues a lot of new business owners don’t take into consideration is asset protection.

Legal and business advisory firm Anderson Advisors highlighted what can happen when a small business isn’t structured properly to protect the owner. One example was a dry cleaner who was sued for more than $50 million for allegedly losing a pair of pants belonging to a customer.

It’s essential to ensure you’re protected from liabilities you might not ever have thought of, as well as frivolous lawsuits.

The Options

First and foremost, you need to look at the different protection plans that are available to you as a small business owner. The goal is to sepa
Protecting Your Assets If You’re Starting a New Business

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