How do I start my own business?
I am a student right now, majoring in Web Design. I want to be a freelance web designer, but I do eventually want to build a business out of it. After a few years I want to have a decent client base and I want to start hiring people on right out of school to help them get the experience they need sence it's kinda hard to get a job without it. I have big dreams for this, but I want to know what i need to do to make a business out of it. Do I need an IRS number? How do I get one? How do I know how much to take out for taxes? I need to know everything lol.
Asked By: *♥Mrs. Morrow♥* - 1/20/2007
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The first thing you need to do is IGNORE the first answerer who said "...to open up a business, and that the Government will pay us, just one time (I do believe it is a One time Grant)" as there is NO SUCH THING in the United States. That is misinformation at its worst perpetuated by scammers targeting the gullible (... More
Answered By: imisidro - 1/20/2007
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You can get a "Grant Writer" to do all of your legal paper work and most likely to also guide you to someone who can do all of your financial payroll and so on, the taxes you can just take to H & R Block...... These same Grant Writer's keep sending me email's telling me they'll do my paperwork to open up a business... More
Answered By: ChristyKelley - 1/20/2007
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Answered By: Biz Guru - 1/20/2007
congrats on you web design field... More
Answered By: behappy - 1/20/2007
hey.. i am a web designer too.. i am from india.. i have good business plans and want someone from US to work with me on the US market.. interested in working together with me ?? email you phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org and i will call you and explain u on this.
Answered By: herochenna2002 - 1/20/2007
You can get a license from city hall for about $100 and they give you all the info.
Answered By: emmettgolf - 1/20/2007
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