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As of 2018, women own 12.3 million businesses (or 40 percent overall), according to a report.
Forming an LLC is worth the peace of mind knowing that everything that you've worked so hard for is protected against anything that may come your way.
Here are some great resources specifically for woman-owned businesses that you should utilize if you are starting your own company.
Here are the two main issues women face in business, and why leaving a traditional job to form their own Limited Liability Company (LLC) may be the answer.
The decision to leave one’s steady 9-to-5 job and attempt to start a small business is stressful for anyone, but women face a unique set of challenges. Many still feel