Some entrepreneurs start young, and there are no rules that say you need to be in your twenties or older before you start a business. If you’re just earning a few dollars a week, there probably aren’t any big advantages to creating a formal business right now. But if you’re making more than that — or you want other people to take your work seriously — it might be worth going a step further.
If you’re too young to form a business yourself, your parents may be able to help. If your state does allow teenagers to register their own company, why not stand out from the crowd and boost your business to the next level?