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When and how to form a corporation

It is the same in Illinois as it is anywhere; success in business has the potential to draw some unwanted attention. Businesses that risk lawsuits from competitors or losses from uncertain opportunities often incorporate to reduce this liability. However, there are many significant decisions associated with the process that could affect the future success of an organization.

How do you develop a business succession plan?

You may not intend to retire for many more years, but life can be unpredictable for Illinois business owners. According to FindLaw, a business succession plan can mean the difference between continued success or tragic failure for your company in the event of your unexpected death or incapacitation. If your business is family operated, the lack of a succession plan may spark a feud, and both your business and your family may suffer as a result. 

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