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    I want to start a small business, but I'm lost on what to do...
    I want to start an online and in-person tutoring business in this area and in surrounding areas, but I've had this idea for years and have never implemented it seriously. I think I'm intimidated by the idea of writing and submitting a business plan. A lot of those things don't really apply to sole proprietorship tutoring services. I'm really the only one working, and I want to be registered at the state and federal level so that I can register with the BBB, take reviews on customer review sites, and basically check out as a legitimate company free to pursue advertising strategies without being marked as SPAM or someone doing something illegal. I also want to be able to report my income from the business in a legitimate form on taxes and other situations where income inquiries might occur.

    I'm aware there are downsides to starting my own business, one being the cost of holding a license and the associated taxes that go along with it, but I think potential benefits outweigh the costs. My dad owned a small landscaping business and supported our family off of it for many years.


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    Keep Your Present Job.
    Work on Your Business Idea.
    Analyze Your Market and Challenges.
    Assess Your Capital Needs.
    Explore Crowdfunding Platforms.
    Network with People.
    Run a Trial.
    Gather Feedback.


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    Keep Your Present Job.
    Work on Your Business Idea.
    Analyze Your Market and Challenges.
    Assess Your Capital Needs.
    Explore Crowdfunding Platforms.
    Network with People.
    Run a Trial.
    Gather Feedback.


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