Business owners, by nature, are risk-takers. Entrepreneurs are faced with adversity the minute they decide to launch a new business. According to the Small Business Association (SBA), 30% of new businesses fail within two years of being open, 50% during the first five years and 66% within the first ten years.

What Can You Do to Improve the Odds and Protect Yourself?

As a business owner, preparation is key. Part of that preparation is understanding the risks that come with ownership. Stay informed and take the proper steps to mitigate risk in these areas:

  • Protection
  • Corporate Structure
  • Employee Benefits
  • Owner Benefits
  • Exit Strategy

Follow the steps in our helpful resource to reduce risk by structuring and protecting your business properly.

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