Who’s the Boss? You Are!

October 11th, 2017
Who’s the Boss? You Are!

When it comes to the American dream, entrepreneurship tops the list. Starting a successful small business, however, is far from a straight-forward process. America has 28 million small businesses (of under 500 employees), and most of these are run by individuals who employ no additional employees. People go into business for themselves for a variety of reasons, including work displacement.

Business Ownership

More and more ordinary Americans are working for themselves, and older displaced workers make up a hefty percentage of this group. While older workers are less likely to be laid off, they are also less likely than their junior cohorts to find employment when they are. Some older displaced-workers turn to starting their own business as a stopgap measure that allows them to remain focused and productive within the work world, to fill résumé gaps, to hone new skills, and to maintain financial stability. But these forays into self-employment can also turn into exciting new careers.

Getting Started

Starting a new business isn’t just a matter of having a good idea and running with it. There’s a lot to be considered in the process – not the least of which are legal factors. These factors can include your business’s structure, organization, and operating specifics. Starting your own business can seem daunting, but an attorney who’s experienced in business consulting will help you formulate a clear plan, visualize your future business in the context of your life and the business world, and execute the necessary forms and paperwork.

Like a Boss

Starting your own business is not something you should attempt without careful planning and forethought. To venture into entrepreneurship takes legwork, research, commitment, perseverance, and drive. It’s a lot, but a skilled business attorney with entrepreneur-consulting experience will guide you through the process and help you avoid the pitfalls and traps that inexperienced business-owners are prone to encounter. Owning your own business takes dedication and a lot of hard work, but – ultimately – you are the boss.

If You’re Considering Becoming a New Jersey Entrepreneur, Call 732 238-8686 for More Information Today

It’s established that starting your own business is hard work, but it can come with significant rewards, including being your own boss. Bowne Barry & Barry Attorneys at Law can help you get there. Our skilled business law attorneys are experienced at helping people just like you start and grow their own small businesses. For skilled business-consulting, please contact or call the law office of Bowne Barry & Barry at 732 238-8686 today.