An entrepreneur is "a person who organizes and manages any enterprise, especially a business, usually with considerable initiative and risk." (Dictionary.com)
Need a patent to protect your invention or a trademark for your company's logo? The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office has services to help you address those issues and more.
Let the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) help you start or grow your business. The SBA is a full-package resource. They help facilitate loans, provide an online learning center, and have a mentor/mentee program.
The type of business you establish can effect your legal and tax standing. Use the links below to learn about various structures and discover which may be the best fit for your business endeavor.
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Whether you run an LLC or non-profit, the state of Florida requires you to register your business and file annual reports with the Florida Department of State - Division of Corporations.
You'll also need to register your business with the IRS to get an Employer ID Number (EIN). You may need to do this even if your business is sole proprietorship!